Self-driving vehicles to revolutionize our mobility by 2030

15 June 2017 by Webredactie 3mE

Dariu Gavrila, professor in Intelligent Vehicles, will discuss the future of automated driving in his inaugural speech on Friday 23. Expectations are running high – current technology already covers 95 percent, according to Dariu, but ‘the last percentages are the hardest’.

photo: view from inside the Intelligent Vehicle demonstrator of TU Delft - Intention recognition of other road users is key

The remaining scientific challenges are mainly associated with complex city traffic and with the interaction with other road users, such as cyclists and pedestrians. How to recognize intent of other road users and how to drive in a socially acceptable way in human-inhabited environments will be the key research problems that TU Delft’s new Intelligent Vehicles group will address.

Dariu is looking forward to update you on the latest developments. Please join us June 23rd at 3 PM in the auditorium.

Read the press release

:the new Intelligent Vehicle demonstrator of TU Delft drives across campus

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