AdaptIVe in Japan
At the Workshop on Connected and Automated Driving Systems on
November 17th - 18th, 2014 in Tokyo, Japan Felix Fahrenkrog, ika represented the AdaptIVe project. During a session he gave a presentation on Impact Assessment in automated driving.
Experts from Europe, the USA and Asia came in Tokyo together to share knowledge on technical and non-technical challenges of deployment of automated driving. The emphasis of the workshop was on technologies, human factors, legal issues, and integrated applications of automated driving technologies, such as reduction of traffic injuries as well as next generation transportation services.
The research project on automated driving systems under the Cross-ministerial Strategic Innovation Promotion Program (SIP) was initiated by the Japanese government and is aiming to realize innovation through promoting Research and Development at all stages by enhancing the cross-ministerial cooperation.
Please find here the AdaptIVe presentation for download.
Proceedings are available here (→ external link).
Learn more about the SIP-adus project (→ external link).