The ADAS&ME project started 1st of September 2016. At this point the work is focused mainly on Use Cases selection, system architecture and structuring of the work in the project. One major thing is related to ethical considerations for tasks involving human participants. Evaluations and tests in the ADAS&ME project will take place in five [...]
The whole ADAS&ME consortium met for the second time (after the kick-off meeting) in Stuttgart, from 14 to 16 December 2016, kindly hosted by Fraunhofer/IAO. On the 14th, several parallel thematic workshops were organized focusing on early key aspects of the project, such as refinement of critical scenarios and Use Cases, Driver/Rider state monitoring issues, [...]
ADAS&ME joined other 17 transport research projects working on Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) and Connected Vehicles at INEA (Brussels) on December 14, 2016 to discuss cooperation opportunities in the areas of common interest. Dr Anna Anund, ADAS&ME coordinator, presented the project vision and objectives. Read full story here.