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
Advantages and unknowns in Public Transport AutomationNews postBenefits and challenges of public transport automation
Road safety and environmental protection are among the main perceived advantages but the need for contact to protect against the risks of criminal acts remains high.
Integration of high-capacity automated buses to public transport (PT) can reduce energy consumption, curb greenhouse gas emissions (GHG), and make bus travel smoother and safer. But there are still some challenges that go beyond automation per se, linked to the fact that that…
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
Connected transports for inclusive citiesNews postConducted in Madrid and partly in Italy, the pilot project focused on the needs of vulnerable users in connected transport environments.
Following more than 6 months of implementing different activities, the pilot carried out in Madrid as part of the European project PAsCAL (Enhance driver behavior and Public Acceptance of Connected and Autonomous vehicLes) to assess the needs of inclusiveness and safety of vulnerable passengers who use autonomous and connected transport (see article on page…
PAsCAL presents Pilot 5 resultsNews postOn October 28th, PAsCAL presented in an online workshop "Connected and Autonomous Vehicles: Inclusivity and accessibility considerations" the main results of Pilot 5, dedicated to vulnerable travellers.
The presentation can be found attached to this news.
The recording of the workshop can be watched here: https://www.dropbox.com
Simulators, Surveys and Driving training activities presentedNews postPAsCAL's coordinator Luc Vandenabeele, Nuccia Fedel from Automobile Club d'Italia and Celina Kasperski from the University of Mannheim presented PAsCAL's activities and results at a 2 days' workshop organized by PIARC
The presentation is available in this article.
PAsCAL at the PIARC Workshop on Connected Autonomous Vehicles and RoadsEventPIARC, the worldwide road association, is organising on 27 and 28 October the workshop “CONNECTED AND AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES AND ROADS: A PATH TOWARDS A SAFER FUTURE”.
The event will be organised in three sessions to explore CAV developments as well as implications:
CAV Road Safety Implications
The Human factor and Social Implications
Safe and Connected Infrastructural system
PAsCAL will be involved in session 2, discussing “A Guide2Autonomy from the different perspectives of different users…
Pilot 5: the new inclusive mobilityEventOn October 28th, 2021 will be held the PAsCAL event to present the results
A new opportunity from autonomous driving. On Thursday October 28th, will be held the event “Connected Autonomous Vehicles: Inclusivity and accessibility considerations” that will present the results of pilot 5, focused on vulnerable travellers in connected transport environments and aimed at better understanding the inclusiveness and safety needs of vulnerable passengers using CAVs.
This pilot, part of PAsCAL project…