Osborne Clarke is a member of the consortium working on the ADAS&ME project – an EU digital transport initiative set up by the European Commission.
ADAS&ME stands for “Adaptive Advanced Driver-Assistance Systems (ADAS) to support incapacitated drivers Mitigate Effectively risks through tailor-made Human Machine Interface (HMI) under automation”.
The project objectives are to develop advanced driver-assistance systems that incorporate driver state, situational / environmental context, and adaptive HMI to automatically hand over different levels of automation. To help achieve this, 7 “Use Cases” have been developed, covering a number of critical driving scenarios.
Osborne Clarke joins a wide range of companies and associations from the transport industry, research centres and universities tasked with leading the project. We are able to draw upon our expertise and experience in transport, technology, data protection and AI to help with project fulfil its goals.
If you would like more information on the project, or to get involved, please get in touch with one of the OC contacts below.