European research project AdaptIVe will be hosting its Final Event in Aachen, Germany, on June 28 and 29, 2017.

The event offers first-hand experience of automated driving on motorways, in urban scenarios and in a multi-level parking garage. Nine AdaptIVe demonstrators, including passenger cars of various classes and one truck, have been developed and tested for three and a half years. Now, the AdaptIVe partners will showcase automated driving functions on public roads and in a simulated urban environment.

The AdaptIVe functions will also be the focus of presentations during a dedicated conference. The conference will also answer questions regarding legal aspects related to automated driving, how a smooth human-machine interaction is designed, and how automated driving and the systems are evaluated.

An exhibition will showcase key results and feature break-out sessions, enabling a closer dialogue with the presenting partners, inviting you to network with high-level representatives and experts from policy, industry and research.

Register now at The event is free of charge.

Details for preparation, including the agenda, directions and recommendations for accommodation, are available online:

For further information, please contact Mario Druse,, +49 151 61351856 and Sarah Metzner,, +49 175 1820738.

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