The interACT project has come to an end after 3 years of research, which saw the project team has design, implement and evaluate solutions for safe, cooperative and expectation-conforming interactions between the Automated Vehicle and both its onboard driver and other traffic participants.
The project concluded with a two-day virtual final event on the 18th and 19th of June, which was moderated by Mrs. Anna Schieben from DLR e.V (Germany) and our own Prof. Natasha Merat. One of the speakers was Dr Yee Mun Lee, Research Fellow at ITS Leeds, who presented the Methodologies and results for evaluation and impact assessment of the interACT solutions. The event was attended by 230 representatives from the automotive industry, vehicle manufacturers, automotive suppliers, municipalities, universities, research centers, supply chain businesses.
You can watch the final event here,