Paving the way for automated vehicles
Automated driving raises several challenges, from evaluating the driver’s ability to intervene in a driver-vehicle interaction and adequate driving training to ethical and legal perspectives and properly designed human-machine interfaces. All these factors encompass a trust dimension that is crucial for the successful interaction between human drivers and increasingly automated driving systems and vehicles. The EU-funded Trustonomy project aims to raise safety, trust and acceptance of automated vehicles. It aims to investigate, set up, test and assess relevant technologies and approaches in autonomous driving and request to intervene scenarios. This will be done taking into account key considerations such as types of users, road transport modes and driving conditions.
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Funding SchemeRIA - Research and Innovation action
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