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3rd December ADAS&ME Final Event

The preparations for the Final Event has started and the SAVE THE DATE has been sent to a large list of stakeholders from different research centres, Europan associations, car industry, service providers and other Automated & Road Transport project coordinators as well. During the ADAS&ME Final Event, the technologies developed on adaptive HMI based [...]

3rd December ADAS&ME Final Event2019-10-08T11:46:34+00:00

I-DREAMS

I-DREAMS is a project funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme which aims to set up a framework for the definition, development, testing and validation of a context-aware ‘safety tolerance zone’ for on-road driving, within a smart Driver and Road Environment Assessment and Monitoring System. The i-DREAMS consortium consists of 13 [...]

I-DREAMS2019-08-19T09:41:22+00:00

10th Plenary meeting took place in Magdeburg

26 June, Magdeburg. The last plenary meeting before summer holidays was set by Otto-von-Guericke University in the German city of Magdeburg. As usual, the 2-day meeting started with the status of use cases workshops led by CERTH. The results of the Plugfest, the use cases' readiness for the evaluation and the preparations of the [...]

10th Plenary meeting took place in Magdeburg2019-07-09T11:13:09+00:00

Human factors: Driving simulated study presented in Stuttgart

Arun Muthumani from ADAS&ME project partner Autoliv presented at the Autonomous Interior design and Technology Symposium at Stuttgart (22nd May) on how Steering wheel HMI plays a pivotal role for creating a seamless interaction between driver and Advance Driver Assisted System. In his presentation, he explained about the driving simulator study conducted at Fraunhofer IAO [...]

Human factors: Driving simulated study presented in Stuttgart2019-06-17T13:12:51+00:00

ADAS&ME participation at ITS Europe Brainport

4th June, Eindhoven. ADAS&ME project played a leading role during the special session of Driver Monitoring: Towards safe transitions, personalization and user acceptance which took place at the ITS Europe in Brainport (NL). The event was conducted by ADAS&ME project coordinator Anna Anund (VTI) who started the session with a short speech about the relationship [...]

ADAS&ME participation at ITS Europe Brainport2019-06-05T16:30:59+00:00

ADAS&ME first plugfest

 25th April, Braunschweig. The first plugfest of ADAS&ME was conducted on the 26th -29th of March at the DLR campus in Braunschweig (Germany). Therefore project partners worked together on the demonstrator vehicle of use case C/D (Smooth and safe transition) and integrated the first version of software and hardware. Further the communication between sensors and modules [...]

ADAS&ME first plugfest2019-04-25T10:16:49+00:00

EUCAD 2019: Big success!

8 April, Brussels. ADAS&ME was one of the selected European funded projects for the indoor demonstrations of EUCAD 2019 at AutoWorld Museum in Brussels. After useful breakout sessions and interesting speeches from high-level speakers such as Mathew Baldwin (Deputy Director General DG for Mobility and Transport - MOVE, European Commission) or Clara de la [...]

EUCAD 2019: Big success!2019-04-09T17:24:36+00:00

Fit to drive? The car (with ADAS&ME systems) will judge

ADAS&ME project has again been featured in a relevant publication: Horizon, the EU research and innovation. The article “Fit to drive? The car will judge” drawn up by the science journalist Julianna Photopoulos is focused on the potential of automation to reduce the number of fatalities in European roads towards the Zero Vision objective. [...]

Fit to drive? The car (with ADAS&ME systems) will judge2019-03-24T20:48:43+00:00