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SUpporting acceptance of automated VEhicle

SUaaVE

SUpporting acceptance of automated VEhicle

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Objectives: 

While the deployment of connected automated vehicle (CAV) turns into reality, its acceptance has been called into question. Societal issues regarding public acceptance, user awareness and ethics, therefore, become priority concerns. The approach based on the technology push, jeopardizes social viability of innovative technology like CAV, as it creates a gap between the well-thought technical reliability and public acceptance.

SUaaVE will solve this gap by leaning on a Human-Driven Design (HDD) approach, enhancing synergies social science, human factors research and automotive market by means of an iterative process of assessment, co-design and prototyping. Participatory process will involve above 4.000 users (passengers, traditional and future drivers, VRU) and 100 experts and stakeholders along the project. The main outcomes will be:

  1. A new paradigm of automation: ALFRED -Automation Level Four+ Reliable Empathic Driver-, that will “colour the decision-making processes of the CAV with human emotions” with: (a) EMpathY Unit to understand the emotional and cognitive state of the passenger, while taking into account society ethical principles; and (b) an Adaptive, Cognitive and Emotional Interface with a set of services (vehicle dynamics, ambient and postural comfort) to enjoy the ride and enhance passenger experience.
  2. An immersive Virtual Human Centred Design (V-HCD) platform, allowing the simulation of CAV focused on Human factors to assess their acceptance and speed up market deployment.
  3. Guidelines to support Public Authorities, representing a breakthrough in the public acceptance of future CAVs for both the society and, in particular, for all road users.

SUaaVE partners will exploit ALFRED and V-HCD platform. Moreover, SUaaVE will contribute to generate new business models based on: 1) exploitation of personal data where the user is the owner and decide how to exploit it, and 2) new adaptive services to user status in real time.

Institution Type:
Institution Name: 
European Commission
Type of funding:
Programme Other: 
MG-3-3-2018 Driver behaviour and acceptance of connected, cooperative and automated transport
Lead Organisation: 

Instituto De Biomecanica De Valencia

Address: 
CAMINO DE VERA EDIFICIO 9C UNIVERSIDAD POLITECNICA DE VALENCIA
46022 VALENCIA
Spain
EU Contribution: 
€508,143
Partner Organisations: 

Ficomirrors Sa

Address: 
Gran Via De Carles Iii
8028 Barcelona
Spain
EU Contribution: 
€89,875

Centro Ricerche Fiat - Societa Consortile Per Azioni

Address: 
Strada Torino, 50
10043 ORBASSANO (TO)
Italy
EU Contribution: 
€250,250

Fondation Partenarial Mov'eotec

Address: 
AVENUE DE PARIS 55
78000 VERSAILLES
France
EU Contribution: 
€627,625

Technische Universitaet Muenchen

Address: 
Arcisstrasse 21
80333 MUENCHEN
Germany
EU Contribution: 
€203,750

Idiada Automotive Technology Sa

Address: 
L Albornar
43710 Santa Oliva
Spain
EU Contribution: 
€396,938

Institut Polytechnique De Bordeaux

Address: 
Av Du Docteur Albert Schweitzer 1
33402 Talence
France
EU Contribution: 
€429,926

Civitec Sarl

Address: 
ALLEE DES MARRONNIERS 25
78000 VERSAILLES SATORY
France
EU Contribution: 
€541,308

Rijksuniversiteit Groningen

Address: 
Broerstraat 5
9712CP GRONINGEN
Netherlands
EU Contribution: 
€337,219

Institut Francais Des Sciences Et Technologies Des Transports, De L'amenagement Et Des Reseaux

Address: 
BOULEVARD ISAAC NEWTON 14 CITE DESCARTES 14-20
77447 MARNE LA VALLEE CEDEX 2
France
EU Contribution: 
€509,750
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