On March 18th Motor Transport Institute (ITS), the Trustonomy pilot leader visited the University Gustave Eiffel (UGE) at its Paris premises. During the meeting, both partners summarized pilot P2 results and agreed on further steps that includes data analysis. As a part of the meeting, a demonstration of the UGE simulator was conducted. ITS team had also an opportunity to drive an electric autonomous car (owned by UGE) in a few research scenarios on a test track.

Pilot P2 is led by UGE who has a strong experience as a research and test center and in Trustonomy is focusing on assessment with respect to ethical automated decision-making. The impact of autonomous driving on passenger/driver trust is evaluated on open roads as well as on simulators.

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