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BRidging gaps for the adoption of Automated VEhicles

Deliverables

Development Methodology Report

Report that describes a methodology for development process for vehicle-driver interaction and driver monitoring concepts. Requirements in terms of use cases, scenarios and success criteria, the systems to be developed in WP3 are specified.

Detailed Terms of Reference for Mirror Groups

This report will defined the mirror group rules, membership and action plan

Results and HMI recommendations based on virtual prototyping

Results from the virtual prototyping and recommendations on which HMI’s to proceed with based on user and stakeholder requirements. The deliverable also includes the virtual prototypes that has been considered during the evaluation

Methodology for Vehicles and VRUs prediction of intentions

Report describing the variables and procedures to be used for learning the prediction of intentions of vehicles and VRUs, as well as for testing and assessment

Report on the findings of the population survey

In BRAVE a user-centric perspective will be adopted and is the premise for the work in other WPs. The analysis of the population survey results will therefore unveil needs, expectations and concerns on the individual level among drivers and other road users with a special focus on vulnerable road users (cf. T2.4). A special research issue in the WP2 focuses on social and cultural factors that shape individual attitudes and behavioural intentions towards the technology of automated vehicles. The detailed evaluation of socio-demographic and socio-economic subgroups in the population survey will shed light on different user-specific expectations. Gender issues will be covered prominently. Also mobility-specific comparisons (e.g. such as between car drivers and vulnerable road users) are of interest. These analyses give way for the targeted user-specific development of automated vehicles that yields the acceptance by all members of the society. The deliverable refers to the final consolidated version, but interim versions will be released in month M12 and M18 following BRAVE's agile, iterative and incremental approach. Furthermore the survey will incorporate questions to identify the most relevant scenarios and use cases of SoA automated driving system, which will be defined in T3.1 of WP3. The results of the survey will serve as guideline for subsequent tasks in WP3 and WP4

Communication Action Plan

Definition of the dissemination and communication action plan

Report on literature review

Report that summarizes the scientific knowledge regarding the ethical, legal, social, road safety and economic implications of the advent of automated vehicles as expressed in the current literature (cf. T2.1). Furthermore this report will include the findings of the exploration of gender issues in the acceptance of automated vehicles (cf. T2.2)

Driver Monitoring Concept Report

Summarizes the process and results of iteratively developed concepts for driver monitoring concepts

Vehicle-Driver Interaction Concept Report

Summarizes the process and results of iteratively developed concepts for vehicle-driver-interaction.

Communication toolkit, including project logo & public website

This report will include information and actions required in the action plan defined at the beginning of the project

Test methodology and use case specification

Detailed specification of the use cases to be used in testing, study design and measures to be used throughout the project.

Report on the findings of the expert online survey

The expert survey among relevant stakeholders will additionally reflect the requirements of automated vehicles from the institutional level (cf. T2.3). Statements from different stakeholder groups will be juxtaposed and compared. The deliverable refers to the final consolidated version, but interim versions will be released in month M12 and M18 following BRAVE's agile, iterative and incremental approach

Vehicles and VRUs database

Exhaustive database containing thousands of examples describing vehicles and VRUs actions in real life traffic. This database will be the basis for developing the prediction systems

Publications

A brief report on young adults views on automated driving

Author(s): Niklas Strand, Alexander Eriksson
Published in: 2018

Trust and acceptance of contemporary vehicle automation: A multi-country, on-road assessment

Author(s): Alexander Eriksson, Ignacio Solís Marcos, Niklas Strand, Florent Anon, Alain Piperno, Katarina Mozina, Anders Lindström
Published in: 2018