Discover a different approach
to driving automation systems

Highly automated driving promises to offer improved safety together with a multitude of previously unimagined possibilities such as reduced disparities, stress, and more meaningful activities while driving. However, the uptake and realization of automated driving has been lacking behind its promise which is in part contributed by the difficulties to identify safe and acceptable ways for the human to interact with the automated vehicle.

The HADRIAN project is coordinated by Virtual Vehicle Research Gmbh and investigates and defines the driver role for automated vehicles using a holistic user centered approach that addresses shortcomings of current development and design processes to achieve high impact and wide-reaching acceptance of automated vehicles.

HADRIAN Project Video

Coordinated by Virtual Vehicle Research GmbH