Guaranteeing public acceptance of connected automated vehicles in Europe
It won’t be long before connected automated vehicles (CAVs) will be zipping along Europe’s roads, and increasing road safety while reducing gas emissions. However, as this will also impact lifestyle change, it may evoke public discussion or a knock-back against the technology push. To achieve social reliability and acceptance towards CAVs, greater user awareness and ethics must be achieved. The EU-funded SUaaVE project goal is to improve public acceptance rates of CAVs using a human-driven design approach. The project will bring together thousands of passengers, drivers and stakeholders to actively co-create concepts about CAV technology. The project is expected to help improve the safety perception, attitudes and emotional evaluation of CAV.
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Funding SchemeRIA - Research and Innovation action
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