TESIL 2 – Testing of Level 2 partially automated vehicles with regard to their system functionality and human-machine interaction
According to the European Commission, there should be no more fatalities from road traffic by 2050. Driver assistance systems are supposed to support the achievement of this goal. However, no noticeable improvements in road safety have been achieved since 2020. Do driver assistance systems really have the potential to prevent the number of fatalities in road traffic? This requires a good methodology in the development of the systems in order to be able to evaluate the human-machine interaction. The aim of the TESIL2 project is to develop such a methodology for SAE (Society of Automative Engineers) Level 2 systems.
TU Graz - Institute for Vehicle Dynamics DSD - Dr. Steffan Data Technology
Kuratorium für Verkehrssicherheit
December 2023 - December 2024