Japanese-German Research Collaboration on Connected and Automated Driving: Human Factors
Objectives of this collaboration
- Accelerate successful introduction of safe automated vehicle technology by this collaboration.
- Increase social acceptance of automated systems for broader international markets based on cross-cultural comparisons and considerations of obtained results.
- Biannual face-to-face meetings in Germany and Japan in spring and fall.
- Independent and joint experiments.
- Annual workshop with industry stakeholders.
- Exchanging staff/students, and lecturing.
- Co-authoring publications.
Utilization of outcomes obtained from collaboration
- Input to ISO/TC22/SC39/WG8.
- Guidelines/recommendations to OEMs and suppliers in both countries.
- Scientific contribution in the domain of human factors in automated driving.
- Share methodologies and database obtained in this collaborative project.
- Researchers educated in this project will represent a highly sophisticated group of experts to guarantee a deeper understanding that is important for successful adaptation to intercultural aspects.
Start date and End date
- Q2 2019 - Q1 2021
- Japan: Satoshi Kitazaki (AIST)
- Germany: Klaus Bengler (TU Munich)
- National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)
- Keio University
- The University of Tsukuba
- The University of Tokyo
- Kumamoto University
- TOKYOTO BUSINESS SERVICE CO.,LTD.
- Technical University of Munich
- Chemnitz University of Technology
- Technische Universität Dresden
- Ulm University
- The German Aerospace Center