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Invited session at TRA 2022

21 November 2022

MEDIATOR clustered with three other Horizon 2020 projects (Drive2theFuture, HADRIAN and Trustonomy) that also address how the acceptance and safety of automated vehicles could be improved. Several discussions led to an accepted proposal for a panel discussion at the TRA Lisbon 2022 conference. On 14 November Invited session 4 - 'Facilitating the driver role for automated driving in Europe' took …

Facilitating the driver role for automated driving in Europe

27 October 2022

MEDIATOR clustered with three other Horizon 2020 projects (Drive2theFuture, HADRIAN and Trustonomy) that also address how the acceptance and safety of automated driving vehicles could be improved. Several discussions took place that resulted in an accepted proposal for a panel discussion at the TRA Lisbon 2022 conference. The session addresses the current problems and limitations of human drivers …

Best student paper award

26 October 2022

Dan Boguslavsky received the Best Student Paper Award at the International Conference on Driver Distraction and Inattention (DDI2022) held in Gothenburg last week. The conference was hosted by SAFER Vehicle and Traffic Safety Centre at Chalmers, Université Gustave Eiffel, and UNSW. The work Dan did is part of the MEDIATOR project (Dan’s master’s thesis) in WP3, titled “ The effects of engagement with a …

TUC driving simulator study

07 February 2022

Chemnitz University of Technology (TUC) is the leader of work package 3, responsible for coordinating the evaluations of the developed prototypes in computer simulations, driving simulators and real-road demonstrators. They are conducting a driving simulator study to evaluate the acceptance and usability of the Mediator system and its functions respectively. Matthias Beggiato (WP3 leader) was …

TU Chemnitz seeks volunteers for driving simulator study

04 February 2022

Local news stations paid attention to the MEDIATOR project in the past week as the TU Chemnitz research team is currently looking for participants to take part in a driving simulator study. The participants can try out the intelligent assistance system themselves and evaluate the innovative display and operating concept. Chemnitz University of Technology (TUC) is involved in the MEDIATOR project …

Who drives? Me or the car?

01 November 2021

In October 2020, Benedetta Grazian graduated cum laude from Delft University of Technology on her work within the MEDIATOR project. Applying a human-centred approach, Benedetta designed and tested an HMI for highly automated vehicles, i.e., automation that allows the driver to be out of the loop a long time (which relates to the MEDIATOR automation level ‘Time to Sleep’ ). The HMI …