Trustonomy released a new interview in EFA October newsletter.
Małgorzata Pełka and Aleksandra Rodak (Motor Transport Institute – Instytut Transportu Samochodowego, ITS) tell EFA more about ITS leading role on driver training pillar. Trustonomy (Trust + Autonomy) aims to increase the trust and acceptance of highly automated vehicles through the research, experimentation, and evaluation of technologies and approaches relevant to the development of autonomous driving, in relation to different categories of users (professional and non-professional), road transport vehicles and driving conditions.
In the interview, some key questions are asked regarding the goals, challenges and assumptions of the driver training pillar in the Trustonomy project; the Trustonomy approach; and how Trustonomy considers the potential impact of the training on the level of road safety.
The interview is available here
EFA – European Driving Schools Association represents the interest of its members with all European authorities, institutions, and organisations, concerned with:
– Driving instruction
– Driving instructors tuition
– Driver improvement
– Further education of novice drivers
– Environmentally friendly driving
– All questions concerning road safety.
It’s main objectives are:
– Harmonization of the education and the examination of driving instructors and/or teachers
– Preparation and harmonization of curriculum and educational concepts for the training of all categories of drivers
– Preparation and harmonization of curriculum for the advanced training of all categories of drivers
– Harmonization of the education and the examination of drivers
– Harmonization of the standards of the examination organizations and driving examiners.