European research project AdaptIVe will be hosting its Final Event in Aachen, Germany, on June 28 and 29, 2017.

The event offers first-hand experience of automated driving on motorways, in urban scenarios and in a multi-level parking garage. Nine AdaptIVe demonstrators, including passenger cars of various classes and one truck, have been developed and tested for three and a half years. Now, the AdaptIVe partners will showcase automated driving functions on public roads and in a simulated urban environment.

The AdaptIVe functions will also be the focus of presentations during a dedicated conference. The conference will also answer questions regarding legal aspects related to automated driving, how a smooth human-machine interaction is designed, and how automated driving and the systems are evaluated.

An exhibition will showcase key results and feature break-out sessions, enabling a closer dialogue with the presenting partners, inviting you to network with high-level representatives and experts from policy, industry and research.

Register now at http://www.adaptive-ip.eu/index.php/final-event.html#registration. The event is free of charge.

Details for preparation, including the agenda, directions and recommendations for accommodation, are available online: www.adaptive-ip.eu/index.php/final-event.html.

For further information, please contact Mario Druse, mario.druse@eict.de, +49 151 61351856 and Sarah Metzner, sarah.metzner@eict.de, +49 175 1820738.