More than 60 people coming from OEMs, Tier1 suppliers, Research Institutes and Universities met on 6-7 May 2015 in Athens, Greece. The project develops various automated driving functions for daily traffic by dynamically adapting the level of automation to situation and driver status while legal issues that might impact successful market introduction are also addressed.
During these two days event the 29 project partners had the opportunity to be informed and thoroughly discuss the first year project developments, the achieved results and plan the next steps for accomplishment of the project’s goals. A number of parallel meetings were organised with a focus on specific issues as Legal aspects and Human factors issues, Evaluation methods and framework as well as all related technical issues and applications.
The General Assembly has been organised by the Institute of Communication and Computer System (ICCS) partner of AdaptIVe and member of its Steering Committee.


Abour AdaptIVe

With 29 partners from all over Europe and 25 million Euro budget AdaptIVe advances the technical performance of automated systems. AdaptIVe will makes driving safer and more comfortable. Automated driving reduces congestions and leads to less fuel consumption.
The project tests and develops integrated applications in relevant traffic scenarios taking into account the full range of automation levels and all levels of traffic complexity. Accordingly AdaptIVe improves the interaction between the driver and the vehicle increasing the user acceptance of automated systems. The project focuses on the legal conditions for automated driving. Product liability, road traffic and regulatory law, data privacy and security are core concerns of the project.
In addition, the project defines and verifies validates specific evaluation methodologies, addressing both the technical functionalities and the impacts of automated driving applications. Insight will be provided into the safety and environmental benefits on European road transport considering different levels of automation.


For more information, visit adaptive-ip.eu