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Invitation to participate in a research study

05 October 2021

SWOV Institute for Road Safety Research and the TU Delft are looking for participants to take part in a research study that focuses on the usability of an information system for automated vehicles: Virtual Reality Evaluation of an Information System in Automated Vehicles . What does the study entail? In this study, you will be shown the information system of an autonomous vehicle with the use of …

Future Trends and Applications (IHSED 2021)

28 September 2021

MEDIATOR was presented by WP3 leader Matthias Beggiato (TUC) on the 24th of September during the 4th virtual International Conference on Human Systems Engineering and Design: Future Trends and Applications (IHSED 2021). The conference aims to provide a global forum for presenting and discussing novel design and systems engineering approaches, tools, methodologies, techniques, and solutions for …

Workshop motion comfort of automated driving

06 September 2021

On the 1st of September, Matthias Beggiato (TUC) presented MEDIATOR at the online workshop on comfort of automated driving. The workshop was organized by Riender Happee from TU Delft and brought together researchers in the field of motion perception, motion sickness, and general motion comfort in automated road vehicles. More than 50 participants from various universities and research institutes …

New project partners

17 June 2021

In April 2020 Volvo Cars and Veoneer announced the intention to divide our well-respected partner Zenuity, in order for each company to focus more effectively on their respective strategies. We are very happy announce that after Zenuity ceased to exist, we have onboarded two new partners : Veoneer Sweden and Zenseact. Both partners will collaborate in setting the functional requirements, design, …

WP1 results

14 June 2021

WP1, the analysis and experimentation work package in MEDIATOR has finished its activities. In the very first task we have described state-of-the-art knowledge in different expertise domains and identified knowledge gaps which together with the high level (non) functional requirements and relevant use cases for the MEDIATOR project set the research agenda for the remainder of the work package. …

D1.2 Behavioural markers for degraded human performance

19 April 2021

The research described in this deliverable is focused on the quantification of driver fitness and the associated markers of degraded driver performance. The main outcomes of this deliverable are the functional requirements for the driver state module of the Mediator system that will be implemented in the MEDIATOR project. Within the MEDIATOR project, numeral representations of driver and …