Between February and June, 2017, eight students from Linköping University's Department of Management and Engineering will be collaborating with Scania on the ADAS&ME project to develop early concept driver interfaces to support the Long Haul Trucking use case. The focus of the student work will be the development of innovative interfaces for autonomous driving that [...]
Current unobtrusive methods for monitoring driver state are not (yet) good enough to be used to support automated driving. This is one of the challenges being tackled by the ADAS&ME consortium. What are your views and related experiences? For instance: - Different approaches / technologies for driver monitoring currently being researched / developed / piloted, [...]
22 February 2017 - Brussels ADAS&ME has participated today in the Expert Workshop titled "Co-creation of use cases and visions for automated and connected driving in EU" following the kind invitation from the SCOUT project. ADAS&ME Innovation Manager, Ms Stella Nikolaou, has given a presentation under the agenda topic "Role of ICT as enabler of Connected [...]
The road to full automation crosses two uncharted territories: the conditional (SAE 3) and the highly automated (SAE 4) levels of automation. In both cases, road users and vehicles need to co-exist and collaborate in both trivial and critical driving tasks. As long as automation is seen as a comfort element in “soft” traffic scenarios [...]
The team developing use cases for motorcycles - namely "Long range attentive touring" and "rider faint" - at the WP2 workshop in Munich (1-2 February 2017). Kindly hosted by DENSO and lead by Technical University of Chemnitz. Lots of hard work and enthusiasm put into the innovative ADAS&ME approach for motorcycles.