This week, members of the HADRIAN consortium met in-person at the Neuroergonomics and Operator Performance Laboratory (Mind, Brain, and Behavior Research Center, Granada, Spain). Three partners, University of Granada (UGR), University of Ljubljana (UL), and the French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission (CEA), performed several validation tests of the first version of HADRIAN real-time driver monitoring system. Thanks to the efforts made over the last 22 months the current version of HADRIAN data fusion model and Fit2Drive state model have been successfully installed on a sensorized driving simulator and are now available for studies by the HADRIAN consortium to investigate the impact of fluid interactions on safety, acceptance, and trustworthiness of high levels of automated driving