Final Report published
After three and a half years of work, AdaptIVe was successfully completed in June 2017. The consortium has now published a comprehensive Final Report that describes the project and its outcomes.
The key result from the project was the development of several automated functions offering different levels of assistance, including partial, conditional, and high automation. These systems were implemented in eight demonstrator vehicles (seven passenger cars and one truck), with a focus on three traffic scenarios: parking areas, the urban environment, and highways. In parallel, the project investigated other important domains, where new knowledge is required to support the advancement of automated driving. These areas are the legal framework, the interaction between the human being and the system, and new evaluation methods that hadn’t yet been used for state- of-the-art experiments.
The final report describes the AdaptIVe concept and objectives as well as the chosen methodological approach. It illustrates the main achievements regarding all investigated scenarios. Furthermore, it highlights the perspectives of deployment for automated driving, addressing both technology and market aspects. A concluding section reports about the major lessons learnt in the project and an outlook with research needs, with the aim to provide guidance for future initiatives.
Please find the Final Report here.