OPEN-SOURCE SELF-DRIVING SOFTWARE FOR LOW-SPEED ENVIRONMENTS
OPEN-SOURCE, THE FUTURE OF AUTONOMY
Welcome to Project Aslan, the home of open-source autonomous software for low-speed applications. Join us as a developer, development partner or strategic partner and help the citizens of the world's cities to enjoy the benefits of autonomous mobility sooner.
WHAT IS ASLAN AUTONOMY?
Project Aslan is focused on low-speed applications of autonomous vehicles. Low-speed means lower risk, and lower technology boundaries to launching commercially viable autonomous services.
OPEN AUTONOMOUS DATA
The ASLAN partners aim to share as much data on autonomous testing as we possibly can. Many of the collaborators are testing real autonomous vehicles running Aslan code, meaning that we can all learn faster, together.
FULLY SUPPORTED SIMULATION
Develop your code faster through simulation.
The Project Aslan software stack is supported by Gazebo simulation, allowing for a fast development workflow from start to finish.
JOIN THE DEVELOPMENT
Contribute to projects and learn from others.
Find us on ROS Discourse and explore worldwide projects using Project Aslan code. Real world autonomy generating data for everyone to share.
Beginner to Expert level tutorials.
Our tutorials will help to get you started with Project Aslan. Even with minimal experience, get a virtual vehicle running autonomously in Gazebo, running the Project Aslan software stack. Learn to progress with your own projects.
Project Aslan is guided by an advisory board of key figures in the autonomous vehicle industry:
Prof. Siraj Ahmed Shaikh - Professor of Systems Security at Coventry University, UK
Jan Benders - Program Manager Control Systems, HAN University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands
Efimia Panagiotaki - Lead Self-Driving Software Engineer, StreetDrone
Garry Staunton - Remote Applications in Challenging Environments, UK
Jim O'Reilly - Ordnance Survey
Mike Potts (acting chair) - CEO, StreetDrone