Integrated 4D driver modelling under uncertainty

Project started on October 1st, 2022

Launching our i4Driving blog series showcasing key project innovations! The first blog explores how we use cutting-edge #datamining techniques to analyse driving behavior patterns & enhance road safety #automatedvehicles #CCAM #i4drivinginnovations

🚨✨ New Paper on AI Safety
Lot has been said about #AI Safety at a high level & philosophical level w/o any practical implementation details. Together with my co-authors, we present a scalable implementation for arguing AI assurance.

Open Access 🔗 http://bit.ly/3wq6gd9…

Waymo's #selfdriving car set on fire 🔥
Every time I see new technology not fitting in well with society, I wonder if we as engineers & technology creators need to do more to engage with society...

Communicating safety is hard. But absolutely essential now, more than ever...

Tonight, many of our team members, clients and business partners will be gathering with families and loved ones to usher in the Chinese New Year. We wish you a Year of the Dragon filled with strength, courage, and many opportunities for success!
#chinesenewyear

🚨✨Announcement: Safety Pool™ Webinar Series
We are kicking off our monthly @SafetyPool4AV Scenario Database Webinar Series. Join us for the 1st webinar of the series on:

📅 27 Feb 2024
🕒 1500 GMT | 1600 CET | 1000 EST
Register 🔗http://bit.ly/3Sq9FQN

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The vision of i4Driving is to lay the foundation for a new industry-standard methodology to establish a credible and realistic human road safety baseline for virtual assessment of Connected, Cooperative and Automated Mobility (CCAM) systems.

i4Driving offers a proposition for the short and the longer term: a set of building blocks that pave the way for a driving license for AVs.

The i4Driving project started on October 1st, 2022 and will run for three years. It is an EU-funded project under the Horizon Europe R&I framework programme (call topic) and it is supported by the European partnership on Connected, Cooperative and Automated Mobility (CCAM).

Autonomous vehicle technology.

17 partners from 7 EU countries, USA, China and Australia

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Integrated 4D driver modelling under uncertainty