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Highly automated vehicles for intelligent transport 7th Framework programme ICT-2007.6.1 ICT for intelligent vehicles and mobility services Grant agreement no.: 212154

The future of driving. Deliverable D65.2 Exploitation Plan

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Version 1.0 PU (Part A only) Continental Automotive GmbH

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31.07.2011

Date of preparation

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Authors Reiner Hoeger, Continental Automotive Holger Zeng, Continental Automotive Alfred Hoess, Continental Automotive Thomas Kranz, Continental Automotive Matthias Strauss, Continental Teves Achim Beutner, Volvo Technology Arne Bartels, Volkswagen Thanh-Binh To, Volkswagen Hannes Stratil, EFKON Florian Ahlers, SICK Estelle Frey, Knowllence Henning Mosebach, DLR Frank Flemisch, DLR Alain Dufaux, EPFL Davide Manetti, EPFL Angelos Amditis, ICCS Irene Mantzouranis, ICCS Heike Lepke, UAM Zsolt Szalay, BME Philipp Luithardt, USTUTT Armin Kaussner, WIVW Fawzi Nashashibi, INRIA Sebastien Glaser, IFSTTAR Philippe Allemann, Explinovo

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Project Managers Alfred Hoess Continental Automotive GmbH Siemensstrasse 12 93055 Regensburg, Germany Phone +49 941 790-5786 Telefax +49 941 790 99 5786 E-mail: [email protected] Holger Zeng Continental Automotive GmbH Siemensstrasse 12 93055 Regensburg, Germany Phone +49 941 790 92330 Fax. +49 941 790 99 92330 E-mail: [email protected] Project Co-ordinator Reiner Hoeger Continental Automotive GmbH Siemensstrasse 12 93055 Regensburg, Germany Phone +49 941 790 3673 Fax

+49 941 790 13 3673

E-mail [email protected] Copyright: HAVEit Consortium 2011

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Revision and history chart Version

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2011-03-31

Initial template by Alfred Hoess

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2011-05-23

Partner contributions included

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Partner feedback received by May 29 included

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Reviewer B recommendations and additional partner feedback included

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Final partner inputs and reviewer comments included; final formatting and final editing; submission of deliverable draft to project officers and EC reviewers

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Results from the final event included, final editing and formatting, preparation of final version of deliverable for submission to EC; generation of publishable deliverable version (part A only)

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Table of contents Revision and history chart ............................................................................................................................ iv Table of contents ........................................................................................................................................... v Executive summary ...................................................................................................................................... vi Section A – Dissemination (public) ................................................................................................................ 1 1 Dissemination in publications, conferences ........................................................................................... 1 2 HAVEit final event ................................................................................................................................ 13 3 Building user acceptance for Automated Driving................................................................................. 20 Section B – Exploitation (confidential) ......................................................................................................... 21

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Executive summary The intention of this document is to describe the plans of the HAVEit consortium to disseminate and to exploit the research project results. This document consists of two parts: The public part “Section A” summarizes all scientific (peer reviewed) publications relating to the foreground of the project. Further, it includes a list of all dissemination activities (publications, conferences, workshops, websites, press releases, flyers, presentations, newsletters, posters etc.). “Section B” is confidential and summarizes applications for patents, trademarks, registered designs etc. Further, this part provides a description of all exploitable results including exploitation measures and time plan, potentially further required research activities and the expected impact.

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Section A – Dissemination (public) In order to raise public awareness for highly automated driving, the HAVEit consortium defined a manifold of measures. To ensure comprehensive and appropriately targeted dissemination and exploitation activities, the project utilized a variety of communications channels. An interactive and frequently updated website (www.HAVEit-eu.org) is used as the primary dissemination channel to the public. Furthermore, several newsletters, brochures and information flyers, posters and press releases were produced within the frame of a dedicated work package on “dissemination and exploitation”. The key activities of this work package included: The development and maintenance of an attractive and recognizable project identity. A relevant logo for the project was designed and used in all project documents and communications. The development of a dissemination plan, which was updated several times with regard to the up-to-date results of the project, the current state of other activities and the target audiences, thereby allowing the plan to evolve with the project and the needs of its beneficiaries. The coordination of contacts with other relevant dissemination channels in the HAVEit environment. The performance of HAVEit achievements were communicated and discussed within open workshops with key experts and users from Europe, Asia (Japan, Korea) and from the US.

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Dissemination in publications, conferences

The first version of the dissemination plan included in the Technical Annex mentioned the key dissemination measures agreed within the consortium. During the course of the project the dissemination plan was updated several times: Additional dissemination opportunities were suggested by the dissemination manager Dr. Angelos Amditis and – after agreement by the Steering Committee – implemented by all partners. The dissemination measures are summarized in the following two tables on the next pages.

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Main author

Title of the periodical or the series

Number, date

Publisher

Place of publication

Year of publication

Relevant pages

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Highly automated vehicles for intelligent transport: HAVEit approach

Reiner Hoeger, Angelos Amditis, Martin Kunert, Alfred Hoess, Frank Flemish, HansPeter Krueger, Arne Bartels, Achim Beutner, Katia Pagle

Conference Proceeding th s of the 15 World Congress on ITS

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Volvo to add virtual co-driver system to reduce accidents whilst in traffic

Erika Jakobsson

Truck & Bus Builder

Volume 31, Issue no. 8

August 2009

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Handling contradictory sensor data in environment maps for advanced driver assistance systems

Simon Steinmeyer

4 German Workshop Sensor Data Fusion

2009

301; 2474 – 84

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Tomorrow’s vehicle has a codriver: Continental is coordinating HAVEit

Holger Zeng

Conti Intern Automotive online

1/2010

2010

11

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Drive by Wire

Saul Wordsworth

Traffic Technology International

January 2010

2010

33-35

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Traffic Technology International

Lübeck

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Permanent identifiers

Is/will open access provided?

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Maneuver-based trajectory planning for highly autonomous vehicles on real road with traffic and driver interaction

S. Glaser, B. Vanholme, D. Gruyer, S. Mammar, L. Nouveliere

IEEE Transaction on ITS

Vol 11, No 3,

2010

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Verkehr: Von der Assistenz des Fahrers zur Automatikfahrt

Continental (PT/WOP)

VDI Nachrichten

06. May 2011

2011

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Temporary Auto Pilot

Dr. Arne Bartels, Dr. Thanh-Binh To, VW

Journal of Automotive Technology

2.9.2011, ATZ No. 9-2011

2011

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Automatisiertes Fahren rückt ein Stück näher

Klaus-Dieter Flörecke

Automobilwoche

30. May 2011

2011

Table 1: List of peer reviewed publications

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Main leader

Title

Date

Event

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Type of audience

Size of audience

Countries addressed

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Conference

Gernot Spiegelberg

HAVEit project presentation

13-14 March 2008

Concertation meeting organised by EC

EU, Brussels, Belgium

Research project representatives

50

EU

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Poster session

Frank Flemisch

Poster on HMI issues related to HAVEit

15-16 April 2008

AIDE IP Final event

Gothenburg, Sweden

HMI experts

170

EU

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Conference

Frederic Holzmann

Towards more effective Cooperation of Drivers with Assistant Systems: From FP6 to FP7-the HAVEit Approach

4-6 June 2008

7th ITS European Congress

Geneva, Switzerland

Conference attendees

50 (participants in the special session)

EU

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Website

Angelos Amditis

HAVEit project web: www.haveit-eu.org

June 2008

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Brochure

Alfred Hoess

1 version of project brochure

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Newsletter Angelos Amditis

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Brochure was published via website and disseminated at several congresses

International audience

1 e-Newsletter on HAVEit

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July 2008

Newsletter was published via website and HAVEit user forum

International audience

Presentation of the HAVEit objectives and technical approach

4 Sept. 2008

EUCAR Integrated Safety Program Board

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EUCAR

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Main leader

Title

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Event

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Type of audience

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Conference

Angelos Amditis

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ITS World Congress

New York

Technical experts

International audience

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Conference

Philippe Allemann

Introductory presentation of HAVEit

26-27 Novem ber, 2008.

FlexRay ProductDays, 2008

Germany

Technical experts

Germany

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Workshop

Reiner Hoeger

HAVEit project presentation

26 Feb. 2009

International Workshop on Energy ITS Automated Driving

Tokyo International Exchange Center, Tokyo, Japan

Experts on automated driving

International audience

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Poster session

Frank Flemisch

Poster presentation of HAVEit

13 Feb. 2009

NFF Kickoff Meeting (NFF is a research unit of the state of Lower Saxony)

Wolfsburg, Germany

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Newsletter Irene Mantzouranis

2 e-Newsletter on HAVEit

May 2009

Newsletter was published via website and HAVEit user forum

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Liaison

Presentation of HAVEit objectives and technical concepts

25-26 May 2009

AKTIV annual plenary meeting

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Daimler, Stuttgart (Lämmerbuckel), Germany

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AKTIV is one of the largest German research initiatives on road transport

100 (experts from OEMs st and 1 tier suppliers)

Germany

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Event

Place

Type of audience

Size of audience

Countries addressed

CooperaAlfred Hoess tion Forum

Automated driving and the HAVEit approach

2 July 2009

EC-Japan cooperation forum on automated driving

Radisson Hotel, Brussels

Session on automated driving has been moderated by Juhani Jaaskelainen

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International audience

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Press release

Erika Jakobsson

Feature: Virtual codriver means safer trucks

23 July 2009

Press information Volvo Trucks

Gothenburg, Sweden

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Brochure

Alfred Hoess

2 version of project brochure

Aug. 2009

Brochure was published via website and disseminated at ITS World Congress

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Exhibition

Erika Jakobsson

HAVEit posters and AquA simulator

Sept. 2009

16 ITS World Congress 2009, EC booth

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Conference

Stefan Pettersson

Hybrid Vehicles for a sustainable mobility

21 Sept. 2009

16 ITS World Congress 2009

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Conference

Grant Grubb

Automatic Queue Assistance to Aid Under-loaded Drivers

21 Sept. 2009

16 ITS World Congress 2009

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Florian Ahlers Laserscanner-based lane detection and relative positioning

21 Sept. 2009

16 ITS World Congress 2009

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Stockholm, Sweden

International audience

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Conference

Reiner Hoeger

Selective automated driving as a pivotal element to solve safety and environmental issues in personal mobility

21 Sept. 2009

16 ITS World Congress 2009

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Conference

Nadja Rauch

The importance of driver state assessment within highly automated vehicles

21 Sept. 2009

16 ITS World Congress 2009

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Conference

Reiner Hoeger

Driver centric and context-sensitive automation to enhance safety and improve fuel efficiency

Sept. 2009

16 ITS World Congress 2009, Special Interest Session 43

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METI workshop on automation

Reiner Hoeger

HAVEit concept and migration ideas

25 Sept. 2009

16 ITS World Congress 2009

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Newsletter Alfred Hoess

1 March 2010

Newsletter was published via website and HAVEit user forum

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Conference

23-24 March 2010

WIT 2010

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Stockholm, Sweden

International audience

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Stockholm, Sweden

International audience

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Stockholm, Sweden

International audience

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Stockholm, Sweden

Worldwide, in particular experts from US, Japan and EU International audience

Hamburg Germany

International audience

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Conference

Jan Schomerus

A probabilistic lane change prediction module for highly automated driving

23-24 March 2010

WIT 2010

Hamburg Germany

International audience

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Conference

Nadja Schoemig

Measures and countermeasures for impared driver’s state within highly automated driving

7-10 June 2010

TRA conference

Brussels, Belgium

EU

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Conference

Reiner Hoeger

Driver centric automation to enhance safety and to improve fuel efficiency

7-10 June 2010

TRA conference

Brussels, Belgium

EU

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Conference

Maria Bruce

Optimize hybrid vehicle control using predictions of future driving environment

8-9 June 2010

Reglermöte 2010

Lund, Sweden

Sweden

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Press release

Maria Bruce

Highly Automated Vehicles for intelligent transport / Active Green Driving

8 July 2010

Press conference at Volvo Premises

Gothenburg, Sweden

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Conference

Paulo Resende

Real-time Dynamic Trajectory Planning for Highly Automated Driving on Highways

19-22 Sept. 2010

13th International IEEE Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems

Madeira Island, Portugal

International audience

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Exhibition

Frank Flemisch, Stefan Bergqvist

HAVEit Demonstration Booth: VTEC (AQuA) and DLR (Joint System) simulators, poster presentation

27-29 Sept. 2010

ICT 2010 Digitally Driven

Brussels, Belgium

EU

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Title

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Conference

Holger Zeng

HAVEit: A driver centric vehicle automation system with a scalable and flexible architecture

4-6 Oct. 2010

Aachener Kolloquium 2010

Aachen, Germany

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Conference

Arne Bartels

Dynamische Bestimmung von Existenzund Signifikanzwahrscheinlichkeiten für Umfeldobjekte

6-7 Oct. 2010

26 VDI/VWGemeinschaftstagung Fahrerassistenz und integrierte Sicherheit

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Frank Flemisch

Integrierte Sicherheit und Komfort durch eine dynamische Balance zwischen Fahrer und Assistenz/Automation: Konzept und erste Ergebnisse des HAVEit Joint Systems

6-7 Oct. 2010

26 VDI/VWGemeinschaftstagung Fahrerassistenz und integrierte Sicherheit

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Conference, Special session HAVEit

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“SS 06 Highly Automated Vehicles and Applications for Intelligent Transport: Tools, Systems and Applications”

25-29 Oct. 2010

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Conference

Reiner Hoeger

HAVEit presentation: Presentation, posters and TAP demonstrator

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Conference

Holger Zeng

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TV Spot

Frank Flemisch

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Technical experts

Germany

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Wolfsburg, Germany

Technical experts

Germany

17 ITS World Congress

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Busan, Korea

8-9 Nov. 2010

EUCAR Reception and Conference

Brussels, Belgium

HAVEit architecture implementation

10-11 Nov. 2010

Autosar Conference 2010

Schwalbach, Germany

Continental engineers

EU

HAVEit Joint System Prototyp im DLR Simulator

30 Nov. 2010

Deutsche Welle TV

Germany

All

Germany

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International audience

EU

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Main leader

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Date

Event

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Conference

Holger Zeng

HAVEit – Highly Automated Vehicles for Intelligent Transport

8-9 Dec. 2010

VEJ Forum 2010

Nyborg, Denmark

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Magazine article

Erika Jakobsson

Virtual co-driver system developments undergoing by Volvo Truck Corporation

Truck and Bus Builder Magazine

43

Magazine article

Maria Bruce

Introducing the Green Driving concept developed within the HAVEit framework

Volvo Customers Magazine "On the Move"

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Conference

Reiner Hoeger

Panel session: “Automated Driving: RealWorld Feasibility and Benefits”

26 Jan. 2011

TRB Conference

Washington, US

Experts on Automated Driving

International audience

45

Conference

Henning Mosebach

Ein Steer-by-WireSystem für hochautomatisierte PKW

31 March 2011

VDI Mechatronik 2011

Aachen, Germany

Technical experts

Germany

46

Newsletter Alfred Hoess

4 e-Newsletter on HAVEit

March 2010

Newsletter was published via website and HAVEit user forum

47

Conference

HAVEit project presentation

4-5 April 2011

Concertation meeting organised by EC

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Countries addressed

60

Mostly from Northern Europe Internation al Newsletter of Commercial Vehicle Manufacturing Developments

International audience

EU, Brussels, Belgium

10

Research project representatives

EU

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Main leader

Title

Date

Event

Place

Type of audience

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Exhibition

Achim Beutner

Demonstration of HAVEit AquA in Driving Simulator and stationary exhibition of AquA and AGD vehicles

23-25 May 2011

Volvo Tech Show

Volvo Demo Center, Gothenburg, Sweden

Experts, managers, press and invited guests

49

Conference

Armin Kaussner

Die Bedeutung der Fahrerbeobachtung beim Fahren mit hochautomatisierten Systemen

26 May 2011

Safety Week 2011 - die Zukunft der Fahrzeugsicherheit, Kooperationsforum „Fahrerassistenzsysteme“, organized by Bayern Innovativ

Aschaffenburg, Germany

Technical experts

Germany

50

Workshop / Conference

Reiner Hoeger

Towards automation: the HAVEit approach

05 June 2011

ADOSE Workshop aside of IEEE IV Symposium

Baden-Baden, Germany

Researchers

European

51

Conference

Benoit Vanholme, Dominique Gruyer, Sebastien Glaser, Said Mammar

A legal safety concept for highly automated driving on highways

05 June 11 June 2011

IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium

Baden-Baden, Germany

Technical experts

International audience

52

Conference

Matthias Strauss, Frank Flemisch

Designing human computer interfaces for Highly Automated Vehicles: Issues under consideration in the EUproject HAVEit

9-14 July 2011

HCI Congress 2011

Orlando, Florida, USA

Technical experts

International audience

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Main leader

Title

Date

Event

Place

Type of audience

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Conference

Salim Hima, Benoit Lusseti, Benoit Vanholme, Sebastien Glaser, Said Mammar

Trajectory Tracking for Highly Automated Passenger Vehicles

28 Aug 2011 – 02 Sept 2011

IFAC WC 2011

Milano, Italy

Technical experts

International audience

54

Conference

Frank Flemisch, Anna Schieben, Matthias Heesen, Johann Kelsch DLR, Klaus Bengler, Daniel Damböck (TU München, LfE)

Aus der Vergangenheit lernen, Zukunft gestalten: Migrationsund Evolutionsfähige Gestaltung der MenschMaschine-Interaktion am Beispiel der kooperativen Führung hochautomatisierter Fahrzeuge

5-7 Oct. 2011

ZMMS Werkstatt MenschMaschine (Berliner Werkstatt)

DLR, Braunschweig, Germany

Technical experts

Germany

55

Conference

Anna Schieben

Was passiert, wenn ich Gas gebe? Untersuchung und Gestaltungshinweise zu Fahrer initiierten Transitionen in einem hochautomatisierten Fahrzeug für das EU-Projekt HAVEit

8-9 Nov. 2011

VDI Tagung, Fahrer im 21. Jahrhundert

DLR, Braunschweig, Germany

Technical experts

Germany

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The most important dissemination measure for HAVEit is represented by the Final Event. This event will take place on June 21-22, 2011 in Sweden near Gothenburg. In order to attract as many people as possible, save-the-date invitations were sent to more than 600 persons in October 2010. Beginning of April 2011, the final invitation was sent to more than 50 VIPs, more than 700 experts. In addition, we invited many journalists. Most of the invited persons are European countries, but we also invited relevant key stakeholders in the area of “highly automated driving” at international level, mainly from the US and Japan. Together with a personal invitation, we distributed a flyer with some key project information and the preliminary programme (see figures below). Thanks to the strong partner commitment to the project, we succeeded in getting very high level speakers for the morning sessions on both days, e.g. Juhani Jaaskelainen (EC, Head of Unit), Malin Persson (VTEC, CEO), Prof. Dr. Leohold (VW, President R&D), Dr. Rieth (Continental, Vice President).

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Figure 2: Invitation flyer – Demonstrators, programme and consortium

The HAVEit Final event was a great success. We could welcome 270 guests (VIPs, experts and journalists). The event generated significant interest in TV and print media. Journalists from different magazines across Europe attended the dedicated journalists programme. To indicate the huge media interest in the event, the following table lists the overview of the press clipping report. The full and detailed press clipping report was provided to the EC in July.

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HAVEit tried to build user acceptance for automated driving by a couple of measures: The public was informed about HAVEit progress and achievements by regular dissemination measures (see descriptions in Table 2 above). A significant number of experts and journalists were invited for the final event (see section 2 above). User acceptance tests were undertaken at different project levels to take potential endusers into account: o

End-users were integrated during specification phase (user centred design). First system designs have been tested in SILAB simulator (WIVW) with potential endusers.

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During the “mode selection and arbitration unit” development phase, assessment tests were performed with different users through driving simulators at DLR.

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Within sub-project 5000 demonstration vehicles featuring highly automated driving applications were built. For each of these vehicles at least a basic version of the joint system was implemented. These vehicles were tested in public traffic, driven also by “normal” drivers (potential end-users).

These steps show that there was much effort through the entire course of the project to get a clear picture whether “normal” drivers understand the system and are able to operate it safely. Additionally, the drivers’ opinion about highly automated driving and their intention to buy and to use this system was assessed within the frame of simulator studies. Results of these studies were described in detail in several public deliverables (e.g. D33.1 – D33.6).

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Section B – Exploitation (confidential) One important goal of HAVEit concerning exploitation of project results was the creation of a sound and realistic roadmap for highly automated driving. Following measures have been defined: The consortium explored different options of automation, task repartition and interaction between driver and co-system. On that basis, we developed a migration strategy to migrate from early stages of technology and dissemination to future, more sophisticated automation and high levels of dissemination without running into technical, psychological or legal deadlocks. HAVEit addressed these issues by investigating prototyping demonstrators that represent different steps into the future: “trail blazer” rapid prototyping vehicle, X-by-wire vehicles, demonstrators built on PC technology up to an architecture migration demonstrator featuring HAVEit technology using state-of-the-art automotive ECU technology. The roadmap considers the improvement/integration of existing systems for gradual introduction of (highly) automated systems. A first version of such roadmap was presented in the Technical Annex. The following sections will present the situation at project end. In order to provide a clear picture, the consortium in the first step defined the exploitable results, in the second step, partners defined their exploitation strategies.

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