The ADAS&ME consortium 3rd plenary meeting has taken place in Paris, 29 to 31 March 2017, kindly hosted by Valeo.

On Wednesday 29th, technical workshops were held on WP2, WP4 and WP5. WP2 discussed on the open points regarding the system and communication architecture for ADAS&ME; WP4 made progress on definitions and common understanding on driver states and personalization system; WP5 worked on HMI framework and transitions, and kicked-off the activity on HMI elements.

On Thursday 30th, the action list since last meeting was revised, and important administrative & financial information were provided to the partners. Information on submitted deliverables was given, and partners were encouraged to go revise those now submitted project documentation. WP9 progress was presented, and guidelines and recommendations were given on the joint project dissemination and communication approach, including upcoming events, such as ADAS&ME participation in the 1st European Conference on CAD to be held 3-4 April 2017 at the European Commission in Brussels, and ADAS&ME Use Cases workshop event, to be held in Brussels 6 April, with participation from external stakeholders. Osborne Clarke gave an extremley interesting update to partners on privacy issues involved in Connected & Automated Vehicles, a hot topic that the project needs to handle, besides pure technical issues. UC leaders presented a status update and the progress made, from a technical perspective and also from the inputs received through several focus groups held with potential users. Status overview was presented on WP2, WP3, WP4, WP5 and WP6.

On the last day, status overview has been presented on WP1 and WP7. A WP1 workshop has been held, getting ready for the important UC workshop with external stakeholders next week in Brussels, where the goal is to get closer to a final definition and understanding of the Use Cases, considering the feedback received from end-users and the active contribution from participating stakeholders. Results from both the end-users and stakeholders surveys under WP1 have been presented.