Integrated 4D driver modelling under uncertainty

Project started on October 1st, 2022

Some +ve news: Another @isostandards ISO TC 204 WG14 meeting completed in Oslo🇳🇴 this week. Lots of very progressive discussions on upcoming standards for #AutomatedDriving & #ADA. Together, stronger standards and their adoption mean safer roads and improved lives for many...

Our 3rd innovation, by @wmgwarwick involves crafting a robust methodology to develop relevant use-cases and safety-critical scenarios, to ensure a comprehensive scenario set for effective testing of #autonomousdrivingtechnologies
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"Nobody will die if AI gives you a wrong recommendation on Netflix, but things can be very different if you are actually misclassifying an object on the road," says @siddkhastgir.

i4Driving’s second innovation is to augment available models with a 4D cognitive layer, to make the most of unveiled patterns and existing behavioural and psychological theories. #trafficsafety #automateddriving #automatedvehicles #idrivinginnovations

Co-funded by @wmgwarwick, @biztradegovuk, @transportgovuk, @ccavgovuk and @TransportForWM, PAVEUK was launched yesterday! Thank you to our keynote speakers, @AnthonyBrowneMP and Prof @scsharples . We are ready to bring the public on the self-driving vehicle technology journey!

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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