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#H2020RTR21 Conference | Automated driving and the users

11 April 2022

The H2020 Road Transport Research European Conference was back with its 5th edition on 29 & 30 March 2022. MEDIATOR was on the agenda on the first day in the parallel session: Automated driving and the users. Michiel Christoph presented the intermediate results of H2020 project MEDIATOR, coordinated by SWOV Institute for Road Safety Research. He was accompanied by Andrew Morris ( LEVITATE ) …

H2020RTR21 Conference - 5th edition

29 March 2022

The European Commission together with the European Road Transport Research Advisory Council (ERTRAC), the European Green Vehicles Initiative Association for the 2Zero partnership (EGVIAfor2Zero) and the Connected, Cooperation and Automated Mobility Association (CCAM) organised the fifth European conference on results from road transport R&I in H2020 projects (H2020RTR21 Conference). The …

Highlights MEDIATOR Scientific Advisory Board Meeting

22 December 2020

On 8th of December 2020 the second meeting with the Scientific Advisory board took place online. Five international scientific experts joined the meeting: Linda Boyle from the University of Washington (USA), Carol Flannagan from the University of Michigan (USA), John D. Lee from the University of Wisconsin-Madison (USA), Satoshi Kitazaki from the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science …

Highlights from the Industrial Advisory Board meeting

27 November 2020

On the 24th of November a second productive meeting with our Industrial Advisory Board took place. Due to the COVID-19 restrictions this meeting was held online. Three international industry experts joined the meeting: Frederik Naujoks from BMW (Germany), Richard Schram from EURO NCAP (Belgium) and Jean-Marc Tissot from Valeo (France). First the MEDIATOR Executive Board presented the progress of …

MEDIATOR project succesfully launched

25 May 2019

The European project MEDIATOR kicked off on May 23 and 24 in The Hague. MEDIATOR is a 4-year project led by SWOV. The main output of the project will be a self-learning mediating system for car drivers which guarantees safe, real-time switching between the human driver and automated system based on which is fittest to drive. MEDIATOR persues a paradigm shift away from a view that prioritises …