Part of the HADRIAN consortium met last week at the Mind, Brain, and Behavior Research Center (University of Granada [UGR], Granada, Spain) to receive and test the sensorized HADRIAN simulator. The simulator, installed at the Neuroergonomics and Operator Performance Laboratory (UGR), incorporates more than five synchronized physiological sensors and several cameras for the objective assessment of the driver fitness to drive. Despite limitations and constrains due to the COVID-19 crisis, the group was able to run preliminary tests.