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Description of Sub-project 3

Results of AIDE-SPs

Sub-Project 1 (SP1):
Behavioural Effects and Driver-Vehicle-Environment Modelling


Sub-Project 2 (SP2):
Evaluation and Assessment Methodology


Sub-Project 3 (SP3):
Design and Development of and Adaptive Integrated Driver-vehicle Interface

Sub-Project 4 (SP4):
Horizontal Activities

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Sixth Framework Programme (FP6)

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The general objective of Sub-Project 3 (Design and Development of an Adaptive Integrated Interface) is to:
  • Design the AIDE system
  • Develop the AIDE demonstrator vehicles
The result of SP3 will be the design, development and validation of three prototype road vehicles, one city car, one luxury car and one heavy truck, for the safe integration of multiple IVIS and ADAS functions, including nomad devices. The design and development of the adaptive integrated HMI is performed in an iterative, incremental, way, according to the standard User Centred Design (UCD) approach and is partly based on the achievements of previous European funded projects. The ambition is to develop a wide range of innovative HMI features which will drive the development of the future automotive environment. SP3 carries out the responsibility of the real development of the AIDE system and it is supported by empirical results on behavioural effects of ADAS/IVIS from SP1 as well as evaluation methods and tools developed in SP2.
The work of SP3 includes the following tasks:
  • Requirement specification
  • Development of the system architecture
  • HMI design and the definition of HMI strategies
  • Solutions for nomadic device integration
  • Development of DVE monitoring modules and
  • Demonstrator vehicles implementation.
SP3 is currently in its main design and development phase, which is based on the requirements and specifications of the AIDE system that were defined in an earlier phase of the project.


Deliverables

3.0.1 AIDE Nomadic Devices Forum activities report
This report summarises the work and progress of the Nomadic Devices Forum (NDF) during its second year of work, following the activities described in AIDE Deliverable 3.2.3 of 28/07/2006. The principal activity comprised a number of working meetings: ...
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3.0.2 AIDE Nomadic Devices Forum activities report
This report summarises the work and progress of the Nomadic Device Forum (NDF) during its third year of operation, following the activities described in AIDE Deliverable 3.0.1 of April 2007.
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3.1.1 Workshop on Nomadic Devices Minutes
This report contains a record of the first European Nomadic Device Workshop, held under the auspices of the AIDE Integrated Project on 20 January 2005. Presentations by the representatives of Motorola, Nokia, Renault and the eSafety Forum, as well as of the AIDE project were given. ...
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3.1.2 AIDE scenarios and use cases definition
This deliverable aims (i) to perform a review on user needs with respect to different human-machine interface (HMI) functions based on feedback by both drivers and experts and (ii) to describe the general AIDE system functionality through the derivation of AIDE design scenarios and use cases. This work will form the basis for the work on designing and developing the adaptive integrated HMI in WP3.4 as well as the requirements and architecture work in WP3.2. ...
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3.2.1 Requirements for AIDE HMI and safety functions
This deliverable aims to describe the requirements for a fully integrated in-vehicle HMI including all IVIS and ADAS functionalities and their interaction with the driver. The main requirement for such an AIDE HMI is to improve driver system interaction in terms of distraction and usability to increase driving safety and improve user comfort. ...
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3.2.2 System Architecture, data flow protocol definition and design
This deliverable aims to describe the AIDE system architecture. This software architecture focuses on the logical structure of the software components and their communication. It is based on the requirements documented in D3.2.1 [Kus05] and the scenarios described in D3.1.2 [Amd04]. ...
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3.2.3 Report on AIDE Nomadic Devices Forum Activities
The objectives of the European Nomadic Devices Forum are set out in the Terms of Reference, as agreed at its launch meeting on 23 June 2005:
  • act as European consensus platform to reach cross-sector agreement on issues relating to nomadic device safety, technical harmonisation, in-vehicle integration and deployment;
  • define the principles for managing nomadic device-vehicle information exchange and integration via a "Smart Vehicle-Device Interface"
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3.3.1 DVE monitoring modules design and development
The objective of the AIDE project is to design, develop and validate an innovative Adaptive Integrated Driver-vehicle InterfacE (AIDE) which aims to maximise the efficiency, and the safety benefits of advanced driver assistance systems, to minimise the level of workload and distraction imposed by in-vehicle information systems and nomad devices ...
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3.3.2 Final and verified DVE monitoring modules - Accompanying document
This short report accompanies the official delivery of the prototype Driver-Vehicle-Environment (DVE) modules to the AIDE project.
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3.4.1 Driver-vehicle interaction and communication management
The aim of this deliverable is to define the logic and the structure of the AIDE HMI and of the Interaction and Communication Assistant (ICA), the system responsible for the centralised management of information and adaptive interface functions, able to manage the information data flowing on the basis of the traffic and environment assessment, as well as of the level of activity of the driver in the primary and secondary tasks. ...
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3.4.2 HMI Components (Prototypes: displays, HUDs, speech I/O, sound etc) Accompanying Report
This document is the accompanying report of the deliverable on human-machine interface (HMI) Components (Prototypes: displays, head-up displays, speech I/O, sounds etc). This report summarises the results of the work done in determining the HMI components, ...
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3.4.3 Integration of Nomadic Devices: The AIDE Use Case
The aim of this Deliverable is to describe the specific AIDE solution for integrating nomadic devices in the vehicle environment, and explain how this solution complies with Commission Recommendation of 22 December 2006 on safe and efficient in-vehicle information and communications systems.
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3.4.3 Final AIDE HMI (description of the overall AIDE HMI both HW and SW)
This deliverable describes the overall HMI that has been designed in the AIDE project including both the hardware and the software characteristics.
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3.5.1 Common verification plan
As this deliverable is focused on the task of WP3.5, it firstly explain in a brief introduction which is the main role and objectives of this Workpackage 3.5. The main goal of this deliverable, as its title indicates, is to determine a Common Verification Plan in order to evaluate the whole AIDE system.
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3.5.2 Description of final demonstrators
This deliverable describes the demonstrators in terms of their functionality, the tuning of the AIDE system necessary to meet the requirements of the different demonstrators, and the conclusions drawn from the technical verification and feasibility study. Some minor further work on the ICA module is also reported in this deliverable.
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List of Deliverables

Del. no. Deliverables name Lead
participant
Dissemination level Delivery date
3.0.1 AIDE Nomadic Devices Forum activities report ERTICO PU 02/2007
3.0.2 AIDE Nomadic Devices Forum activities report ICSS PU 08/2007
3.1.1 Workshop on nomad devices minutes ERTICO PU 02/2005
3.1.2 AIDE scenarios and use cases definition ICSS PP + PU summary 02/2005
3.2.1 Requirements for AIDE HMI and safety functions BOSCH PP + PU summary 05/2005
3.2.2 System Architecture, data flow protocol definition and design BOSCH CO + PU summary 11/2005
3.2.3 Report on AIDE Nomadic Devices Forum Activities ERTICO PU 02/2006
3.3.1 DVE monitoring modules design and development SV CO + PU summary 12/2005
3.3.2 Final and verified DVE monitoring modules - Accompanying document ICCS CO + PU Summary 10/2006
3.4.1 Driver-vehicle interaction and communication management CRF CO + PU summary 03/2006
3.4.2 HMI Components (Prototypes: displays, HUDs, speech I/O, sound etc) Accompanying Report VTEC CO + PU Summary 09/2006
3.4.3 Integration of nomadic devices: The AIDE use case MOT PU 08/2007
3.4.4 Final AIDE HMI (description of the overall AIDE HMI both HW and SW) CRF CO + PU Summary 09/2007
3.5.1 Common verification plan SEAT CO + PU Summary 11/2006
3.5.2 Description of final demonstrators VTEC CO + PU Summary 03/2008


Dissemination level:  Please indicate the dissemination level using one of the following codes:
            PU = Public
            PP = Restricted to other programme participants (including the Commission Services)
            CO = Confidential, only for members of the consortium (including the Commission Services)