In the last days, Trustonomy completed its preliminary trials consisting in a first iteration of tests on the initial release of project pillars developments.

Beyond the pilot locations already presented in the past news, Poland (Warsaw) hosted by the Motor Transport Institute (ITS) and United Kingdom (University of Leeds), in July trials have been undertaken also in France, led by the Gustave Eiffel University, in Versailles. The tests have been performed in a controlled environment with a newly automated passenger vehicle (Renault Zoe), bringing to the road the automated decision-support framework previously developed within a driving simulator, based on Pro-SiVIC from ESI group.

UGE has a strong experience as a research and test centre; the French pilot overall focus in the upcoming months is on the evaluation of specific Trustonomy developments by collecting data in automated driving and Request to Intervene conditions involving also external participants and on the measurement of drivers’ trust in autonomous driving with a survey as well.