AdaptIVe @ TRB 2015
During the 94th Transportation Research Board (TRB) conference on “Corridors to the Future: Transportation and Technology," in Washington D.C., USA from 11th to 15th January, 2015 partners presented the AdaptIVe project during three sessions.
In Session 845 “New Developments in Vehicle-Highway Automation” Aria Etemad, VW and Angelos Amditis, ICCS held a presentation on “AdaptIVe: Integrated Approach for Future Automated Vehicles and Relevant Applications in All Driving Scenarios”. The meeting was attended by almost 250 participants from industry and academia.
Session 470 dealt with “Current Projects and New Developments in Vehicle-Highway Automation Showcase”. Natasha Merat, University of Leeds illustrated during the poster session “Human Factors of Vehicle Automation: Preliminary Results from the AdaptIVe Project”.
Adrian Zlocki, fka presented the paper “Evaluation and Sign-off Methodology for Automated Vehicles Based on Relevant Driving Situations” during Session 470 “Progress Toward Resolving Institutional Challenges to Deployment of Automated Driving Systems”. Here AdaptIVe partners reviewed the evaluation methods for automated driving.
In recent years, the annual international meeting on Transportation Research focuses on automation issues. This year a general overview of Human Factors needs was shown and preliminary results on the human factors of automation were given. In addition to the lectures and workshops offered at the TRB, various projects were illustrated through poster sessions to explain the important implications of the automation on human factors.
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