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NEWSLETTER #02
PILOTING AUTOMATED DRIVING ON EUROPEAN ROADS
04.12.2018
L3Pilot supported annual EUCAR Reception & Conference in Brussels, Belgium on 6-7 November, 2018

During the first L3Pilot Showcase, project partners presented nine vehicles equipped with automated driving technologies in static and dynamic driving demonstrations.

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L3Pilot research questions and hypotheses available for download

Deliverable D3.1 ‘From Research Questions to Logging Requirements’ defines a list of research questions. These will be used to evaluate technical aspects, user acceptance, driving and travel behaviour, and the safety of automated driving functions in L3Pilot.

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L3Pilot presented during the SIP-adus Workshop in Tokyo, Japan on 13 November, 2018

L3Pilot Coordinator Aria Etemad gave an overview of the project with his presentation “Piloting Automated Driving on European Roads”.

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Joint workshop of EU EIP project and L3Pilot organised in Athens, Greece on 25 October, 2018

In conjunction with the first General Assembly of the L3Pilot project, a joint workshop with the EU EIP project focused on how to maximise the benefits of automated driving.

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ITS World Congress in Copenhagen, Denmark on 17-21 September, 2018: L3Pilot attracted great interest as part of SIS45

About 240 participants joined the presentations of the Special Interest Session “Challenges on Testing and Validation of Automated Driving” (SIS45) and completely filled the room.

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First L3Pilot webinar online

Focused on methodological questions related to piloting automated driving, the L3Pilot experts gave insights into their parts of the project work to almost 70 participants. The webinar is available online.

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1,000 drivers 100 cars 10 countries

L3Pilot is the first large-scale comprehensive pilot test of automated driving functions of SAE Level 3 and 4 on public roads across Europe. All major European automotive manufacturers, suppliers and research institutions have joined forces to prepare a testing environment for large-scale field tests in series cars following the L3Pilot project.

The technologies being tested cover a wide range of driving situations, including parking, overtaking on highways, and driving through urban intersections. These tests will provide valuable data for evaluating the technical aspects and overall impact of automated driving on traffic and society. L3Pilot is particularly concerned with user's perspectives on automated driving, studying user acceptance and their driving and travel behaviours. L3Pilot partners will define a set of rules for system engineering and safety validation of automated systems, captured in a Code of Practice for Automated Driving.

Duration: 48 months, September 2017 – August 2021 Budget: €68 million Coordinator: Aria Etemad, Volkswagen Group Research Funding and support: Co-funded by the European Union under the Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 723051 with €36 million. Supported by the European Council for Automotive R&D (EUCAR). Consortium: L3Pilot unites 34 partners: OEMs, suppliers, research, SMEs, insurers, one authority and one user group.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 723051.
Supported by the European Council for Automotive R&D.

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