The primary goal of this workshop is to bring together people from different areas to discuss how to develop inclusive communication concepts for automated vehicles that need to interact with human traffic participants. Accepted position papers will be published here.
We will summarize the presented works, discussions, and results of the workshop into an article. As this topic is under-reported, we have the ambition to make a special issue, given there is enough interest from the workshop participants.
Accepted Position Papers
The following papers were accepted and presented at the workshop.
Automated Vehicles as a Possibility for Inclusion Elena Angeleska, Sofija Sidorenko and Paolo Pretto
External HMI for Autonomous Buses: Results of the IQ Mobility project in preparation for Project Qatar Mobility Frida Eriksson, Angelos Malikoutis, Adeliina Aho Tarkka, Pontus Unger, Pedram Nayeri, Anders Bäckman, Maria Kougioumoutzi, Julia Söderberg, Karolina Ingre, Sonja Troberg and Stas Krupenia
Automated Vehicles as Assistive Technologies: An outline of the promises and challenges of using automated vehicles to extend the safe driving of older adults with dementia Shabnam Haghzare, Jennifer L. Campos and Alex Mihailidis
Designing the Communication with Automated Vehicles: The Case of Elderly Pedestrians Philip Joisten, Nina Theobald, Sarah Schwindt, Jonas Walter and Bettina Abendroth
Central Projection Augmentation for pedestrian AV interactions Vinu Kamalasanan, Monika Sester and Vinu Kamalasanan
Insights from a series of projects related to accessibility in an AV mobility landscape Victor Malmsten Lundgren
Prosocial Interaction between Vulnerable Road Users and Automated Vehicles Hatice Sahin
Publications Inspired From This Workshop