ADAS&Me

Project manager
Anna Anund
Period
2016-09-01 - 2020-02-29

ADAS&Me (Adaptive ADAS to support incapacitated drivers Mitigate Effectively risks through tailor made HMI under automation) aims to develop ADAS that incorporate driver / rider state, situational / environmental context and adaptive HMI to automatically hand over different levels of automation and thus ensure safer and more efficient road usage for all vehicle types (conventional and electric car, truck, bus, motorcycle). SAFER’s partner VTI is leading this project and Autoliv is going to test their steering wheel for human monitoring.

Partners: Safer partners: Autoliv, VTI (Anna Anund coordinator). In total there are 30 project partners.

Short facts

Project title: ADAS&Me
Project type:
Research area:
Road user behaviour
Financier(s):
EU
Period:
-

Project publications

Knowledge about normal glance behaviour and typical stress and fatigue levels amongst city bus drivers is very sparse. We therefore conducted an exploratory pre-study with 15 participants during an actual shift in real traffic with passengers.
Author(s)
Ahlström C., Anund A., Håkansson Kjellman E.
Published in
Proceedings of the 6th Driver Distraction and Inattention conference, Gothenburg, Sweden
Year of publication
2018
The first in-depth study on the use of electrocardiogram and electrooculogram for subject-dependent classification in driver sleepiness/fatigue under realistic driving conditions is presented in this work. Since acquisitions in simulated environments may be misleading for sleepiness
Author(s)
Silviera C. S., Cardoso J. S., Lourenco A. R., Ahlström C.
Published in
IET Intelligent Transport Systems
Year of publication
2018
The EU funded project ADAS&ME (Adaptive ADAS to support incapacitated drivers & Mitigate Effectively risks through tailor made HMI under automation) develops adapted Advanced Driver Assistance Systems. A web based survey was designed to collect the
Author(s)
Dukic Willstrand T., Anund A., Pereira Cocron M., Griesche S., Strand N., Troberg S., Zanovello L. and Nikolaou S.
Published in
Proceedings of 7th Transport Research Arena TRA 2018, April 16-19, 2018, Vienna, Austria
Year of publication
2018

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