interactIVe Final Event

After almost four years of work, the integrated project interactIVe - Accident avoidance by active intervention for Intelligent Vehicles was completed. On November 20th and 21st, 2013, the consortium showed the results of their work during a Joint Final Event together with the partner project eCoMove at the Eurogress Aachen. The event was attended by almost 400 participants from automotive industries, suppliers, research institutes and universities.

During a press event and a specialized conference the project results were presented to the wider public and discussed with the expert audience. Five sessions on two conference days focused on the research results developed in interactIVe. The lectures dealt with the future of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems, the sensor fusion and perception platform, developed legal aspects and evaluation methodology, information, warnings and intervention strategies as well as the interactIVe applications and technologies.

The conference was supplemented by an exhibition. Each sub-project showed its results using videos and presentations as well as posters. During an exhibition walk, all participants had the opportunity to discuss the results in depth.

The driving demonstrations at the Lommel Proving Ground in Belgium were the highlight of the event. Five passenger cars and one truck were equipped with the interactIVe systems and allowed the guests to experience them in live demonstrations. In total the project implemented eleven driver assistance functions in six passenger cars and one truck. All applications were evaluated — for both technical and user-related aspects — reproducing relevant use cases on proving grounds or performing driving simulator experiments. The project showed that the systems can be integrated in all vehicle classes. The new systems will be affordable, as low cost sensors were implemented and previously independent functions were integrated. It can be said that such systems belong to the future of driving. By combining different sub-systems — Continuous Driver Support, Collision Avoidance and Collision Mitigation — into one integrated solution, interactIVe offers many new possibilities to support the driver.

Documents :

Joint Final Event programme - please click here.

Presentations given during the final event:

Session 1: Building the future on advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) - the interactIVe results

Safety enhancement through continuous driver support -Development and evaluation results, Andrea Saroldi, CRF

Integrated Collision Avoidance and Vehicle Path Control for passenger cars and commercial vehicles - Development and evaluation results, Lars Bjelkeflo, Volvo Group

Cost-efficient emergency intervention for Collision Mitigation - Development and evaluation results, Thomas Wohllebe , Volkswagen

Impact Assessment Methodology and results, Adrian Zlocki, Felix Fahrenkrog, ika

Perception platform and fusion modules results, Angelos Amditis, ICCS, Lali Gosh, Delphi

Information, Warning and Intervention strategies, Emma Johansson, Volvo Group

 

Session 2: Perception platform and sensor fusion in interactIVe

Frontal/Side-rear Object Perception and all around track id maintenance, Angelos Amditis, Nikos Floudas, ICCS

A Road Edge Detection approach, Florian Janda, University of Passau

Realtime monocular camera based pedestrian recognition for object based fusion and confirmation, Mirko Meuter, Delphi

Near Range Perception for pre-crash applications with laser and radar sensors,, Markus Schuetz, Daimler

Frontal Objects Perception and moving objects classification using laser and monovision, Olivier Aycard, University of Grenoble1

Dynamic Scene Classification, Anastasia Bolovinou, ICCS

 

Session 3: Evaluation and Impact Assessment of Active Safety Systems in interactIVe

Overall Evaluation Methodology in interactIVe, Felix Fahrenkrog, ika

User-related Assessment in interactIVe: From simulator studies to field tests, András Varhelyi, University of Lund

Safety Impact Assessment: How to calculate the impact of the interactIVe functions, Martijn van Noort, TNO

Legal Aspects of Active Safety Systems, Tom Gasser, BASt

Session 4: Information, Warning and Intervention strategies in interactIVe

Bridging the gap between driver and vehicle: Human factors research in interactIVe, Emma Johansson, Volvo Group

Outlook: Human factors - Future research directions, Anna Schieben, Tobias Hesse, DLR

 

Session 5: interactIVe applications and technologies

Artificial co-drivers as enabling technology for future intelligent vehicles and transportation system, Mauro Da Lio, University of Trento

Driver modeling for an adaptive Collision Mitigation system, Stefan Griesche, DLR

Vehicle Dynamics Model & Path Stability Control Algorithms, Mathias Lidberg, Chalmers

interactIVe demonstrator vehicles,, Agneta Sjögren, Volvo Group

Lessons learnt and next steps, Aria Etemad, Volkswagen    

 

 

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