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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 …

First MEDIATOR deliverables available online

14 October 2021

The first five public deliverables are now available on our website. Each of these WP1 deliverables concerns preparatory work for the functional requirements and the actual design of the Mediator system. The Mediator system is being developed to mediate between the driver and the vehicle automation by assessing who is most fit and capable to perform the driving task. As such, the Mediator system …

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 …

MEDIATOR behind the scenes: field study

01 March 2021

Driver fatigue and especially driver sleepiness are common contributing causes of crashes. Researchers at VTI are investigating how driver sleepiness and attention are affected by partially automated driving. Watch the video, in which Anna Anund (Research Director at VTI), elaborates on this study: A WP1-paper on driver sleepiness under L2 automated driving has just been published in Accident …

Partner in the spotlight: NLR

27 February 2020

The Royal Netherlands Aerospace Centre (NLR) is a leading international research centre for aerospace in the Netherlands. Supported by its multidisciplinary expertise and research facilities, NLR provides innovative and integral solutions for the complex challenges in the aerospace sector. NLR’s activities span the full spectrum of Research Development Test & Evaluation. NLR thereby bridges t …