HOW DO WE WILL INCREASE ACCEPTANCE OF AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES? PASCAL PROJECT SHOWS YOU HOW!EventCELEBRATING THE ACHIEVEMENTS OF PASCAL
For more than 3 years, H2020 PAsCAL project aimed at enhancing driver behaviour and Public Acceptance of Connected and Autonomous vehicLes.
PAsCAL’s ultimate goal is to create a“Guide2Autonomy” (G2A), a set of guidelines and recommendations aimed at accelerating user-friendly evolution of connected automated vehicles and transport systems.
You are invited to presentations and discussions taking place in Belval that kick off at 17:00 on October…
Young Driver's Training NeedsEventRED Driver Training will participate in a free one-day symposium hosted by the Nottingham Trent University on July 8th. The symposium will try to answer questions such as What training do young drivers feel they need? Do they understand modern cars and their safety systems?...
The event will be held in-person, registration is mandatory at: youngdriversymposium.eventbrite.co.uk
The schedule can be downloaded below.
Pedestrians behavior vs CAVsHybrid EventPAsCAL presents the results of the experiment on pedestrian behavior facing fully autonomous vehicles, carried out at LIST during summer 2021.
The event will be held in the Luxembourg Learning Centre (Belval), on Tuesday 28th of June from 18:00 to 20:30, and will also be broadcasted remotely. Presentations will be held in French and English.
Participation is free but registration is mandatory
to participate in presence, please contact Guillaume Gronier: firstname.lastname@example.org
PAsCAL Autonomous Bus Line: Conclusions and LearningsEventEtelätär Innovation invites you to join the final event of a pilot exploring the acceptance of L4 autonomous vehicles in mixed traffic online and free of charge. The pilot explored both the perception of vehicle passengers as well as co-road users of the vehicle.
We share not only the experience and insight we have gathered of 3 seperate pilot waves over 6 months and involving more than 200 individual participants, but also the key conclusions of our research.
Autonomous Driving: Who accepts which solution and why?News postThe main results of the surveys about acceptance and intention to use of CAVs conducted within the PAsCAL project, were presented by Dr Tobias Vogel at the TeAP2022 Conference.
His presentation may be found here
PAsCAL at TeaP 2022EventNext March 22nd, Tobias Vogel of the University of Mannheim will present the results of the PAsCA project surveys at the TeaP 2022 (Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psycholog:innen; Conference of Experimental Psychologists) The TeaP is a well-known psychological research conference of junior and senior scientists from different fields of Experimental Psychology (e.g., cognitive, social, developmental, biological, clinical, educational, media, or economic psychology as well as other applications…
PAsCAL presents Pilot 2 resultsNews postOn March 17th, PAsCAL presented in the online event "Autonomous driving: are you ready for it?" the main results of Pilot 2, dedicated to driving training.
Please find the recording of the workshop here and the presentations attached to this news.
Autonomous driving: are you ready for it?EventIf you are interested in knowing more about the future of driving please attend this event on 17th March 2022. The PAsCAL Project is presenting its study on a new methodology to encourage people to accept the transition from conventional cars with partial autonomous driving capabilities to fully autonomous cars. The test for the study took place at the Driving Center ACI-Sara of Lainate (Milan).
Find more information about the programme and register online: bit.ly/3hLH7zh
PAsCAL at the NIMO Online ConferenceNews postCelina Kacperski (University of Mannheim) presented the PAsCAL project at the NIMO Conference "Status Quo & Quo Vadis: autonome Mobilitaet". The presentation focused on the results of the surveys conducted among European citizens and experts to assess attitudes and expectations regarding the introduction of CAVs in everyday life.
Find more information about the conference here: nimo.eu