New interview online now!

Dive right into the 31 public deliverables of the i-DREAMS project by following up on this interesting interview series. This time, we focus on deliverable 3.2, which focuses on the toolbox of recommended data collection tools and monitoring methods and a conceptual definition of the Safety Tolerance Zone. The Safety Tolerance Zone (STZ) is the core concept of the i-DREAMS project. This report conceptualizes the STZ in a practical way, which led to the theoretica...
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Second Policy Brief on Vision Zero

Our second Policy Brief focuses on the fact that several public authorities, from local and regional governments to the European Union (EU), are committing to ambitious goals on Road Safety. While the EU is aiming at a 50% reduction in fatalities by the end of this decade, some cities have already reached zero. This ambition is driven by a new approach, Vision Zero. More concretely, this Policy Brief is about how i-DREAMS can offer a very important practical solution that can help those...
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Partner project: MEDIATOR

MEDIATOR is the acronym for "MEdiating between Driver and Intelligent Automated Transport systems on Our Roads". MEDIATOR will develop a mediating system for drivers in semi-automated and highly automated vehicles, resulting in safe, real-time switching between the human driver and automated system based on who is fittest to drive. MEDIATOR pursues a paradigm shift away from a view that prioritises either the driver or the automation, instead integrating the best of both.
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Partner project: ADAS&ME

ADAS&ME is the acronym for “Adaptive ADAS to support incapacitated drivers Mitigate Effectively risks through tailor made HMI under automation”. The project will 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 ele...
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Out now: 5th i-DREAMS newsletter!

Catch up on everything there is to know about the H2020 i-DREAMS project. Besides an update of recent project activities, the main topic of this fifth issue is valorisation: how can we bring i-DREAMS to the market and society? Also, at the end of May, the i-DREAMS partners reunited online and live in Hasselt for the second succesful review meeting. Lots of exciting things to read up on during the summer holidays. So don’t hesitate and dive right into the pool with this newsletter! ...
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4th i-DREAMS newsletter online!

Catch up on everything there is to know about the H2020 i-DREAMS project. This fourth issue includes a throwback to the Belgian field trial up to now and how both the i-DREAMS team and the participants experienced it. We also shed light on the seven new technical reports that have been submitted in 2021 and our recent dissemination activities. Lots of exciting things to read up on during the holidays. So don’t hesitate and dive right into this newsletter! Read the fourth issue o...
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Next interview available now!

Dive right into the 31 public deliverables of the i-DREAMS project by following up on this interesting interview series. This time, Christos Katrakazas from project partner National Technical University of Athens gives us an insight in deliverable 2.2. Deliverable 2.2 aims at reviewing vehicle technologies and applications for safety interventions associated with risk prevention and mitigation. This report provides technologies for safety interventions a...
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New interview available

Dive right into the 31 public deliverables of the i-DREAMS project by following up on this interesting interview series. This time, author Rachel Talbot from project partner Loughborough University sheds her light on deliverable 3.1. Deliverable 3.1 contains a framework for operational design of experimental work in i-DREAMS. Learn all about it by reading this interview. Read the deliverable 3.1 interview
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Deliverable 3.1 – interview

Intermediate progress output is reported via 31 public deliverables that will be made available here, on the i-DREAMS website.  We had an interesting talk with Rachel Talbot from project partner Loughborough University, author of Deliverable 3.1. This report describes the underpinning framework that relates to driver and context monitoring in the i-DREAMS platform on which the practical development, testing and validation will be built upon. "It is unlikely that a 'one size ...
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