Who will be responsible when driving responsibility will be shared between human driver and vehicle?
How can drivers be fully aware of the dangers arising in situations where operational control shifts from the automated vehicle to him/her?
How will human-machine interaction have to be structured to prevent risks?
Drivers will have to be trained to recognize and cope with these risky situations?
Dr Haibo Chen and his colleagues Jo-Ann Pattinson and Subhajit Basu of the University of Leeds, partner of the PAsCAL project, shed some light on these issues in their recently published article.
Read more about it here.