HumAV - Human like Autonomous Vehicles is a research project financed by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 754462
HumAV project is based on three key objectives which will lead to respective results:
• Development of a methodology for generating simulation data regarding both human driving cars and scenarios for autonomous vehicles through a suitable microscopic simulation tool
• Combined investigation of driving performance of autonomous vehicles and human drivers by advanced statistical analysis techniques
• Establishment of a Turing test tool to investigate whether an examined autonomous vehicle is behaving in a way that cannot be distinguished from human behaviour
Results will have an immediate impact amongst several stakeholders including policy-makers, re-searchers, automotive and insurance industry while the proposed research will be a significant next step of the personal research and professional activities of the researcher.
In this website, information is available on the people participating in this research, the work programme and the various publications (Deliverables, scientific papers) of the project, as well as news (progress, events) and several interesting related links.