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MobiChoice 2022 survey: you can help to anticipate and shape the future of mobility

The Mobility of the (near) future: Shuttle, train, plane, taxi, or still your own car? Maybe a bicycle or E-bike? How about different trip lengths or purposes – different means of transport for each or one-size-fits-all?

We want to know YOUR preferences! By participating in the MobiChoice 2022 survey, you can help to properly anticipate and shape the future of mobility.

Answering the survey should take no longer than 10 minutes of your time and we welcome anyone currently residing on the European continent (both EU and not EU members!), who is 15 years or older to lend us your valuable time and insights to help us advance the mobility vision – and resulting strategies – in Europe!

This survey is conducted in collaboration between the University of Salzburg, Department of Artificial Intelligence and Human Interfaces, and the AIT Austrian Institute of Technology, Center for Technology Experience as part of the EU-Horizon2020 projects HADRIAN and Drive2theFuture.

Click on the link to start the survey:

(This survey will be available until August 31, 2022)




2022-08-19T10:55:28+02:00August 19th, 2022|

Drive 2 the Future at the Connecting Europe Days 2022


Drive2theFuture was present as an exhibitor in the Connecting Europe Days 2022, held from the 28th to the 30th of June 2022, in Lyon (France). Connecting Europe Days is a

European flagship event on mobility and transport, with participants representing the public sector, industry, research and the European Commission.

We were happy to welcome many visitors interested in experiencing our interactive virtual reality demo of the HMI development toolkit and our e-learning courses for different user groups. We received very positive feedback on the presented project results and had fruitful discussions with experts representing different transport modes, on issues related to automated mobility and user acceptance.

We also had the chance to meet and exchange with our sister projects SUaaVE and Trustonomy.

Also, our coordinator Lila Gaitanidou (CERTH-HIT) was interviewed by CINEA, giving us the change to explain in live video what our main objectives are.

2022-07-14T12:07:19+02:00July 5th, 2022|

We will be at the Connecting Europe Days 2022 in Lyon

From 28th to 30th june 2022, Drive 2 the Future will be present at the Connecting Europe Days, Europe’s mobility flagship event, that takes places in Lyon, France.

We will show the Virtual Reality application of the Drive2theFuture HMI development toolkit, with HMI best practices for Automated vehicles of different transport modes, as well as e-learnings developed during the project.

Find us in booth 25 

It is a good chance to get to know more about our project.


Check more about the event on here and the programme here


2022-07-14T12:09:31+02:00June 23rd, 2022|

8th Plenary Meeting, finally in person

Today and tomorrow, Drive 2 the Future is helding its 8th Plenary Meeting, finally in person after 2 years of working 100% on-line. The meeting could not have been at a nicer place than Sapienza Università di Roma.

We all are happy to meet again, and it is being really profitable for the progress of the project.

Also, we used the opportunity to organize a round table on ethical and security dilemmas, and how they impact on the AV acceptance. The discussion counted with the views from USA, Europa and Australia.

For the debate, we had a group of high-level panellists:

  • Ø Judith Charlton – Monash University Accident Research Centre
  • Ø Zachary Doerzaph – Virginia Tech Transportation Institute
  • Ø Siegfried Stohr, Guidare Pilotare S.r.l
  • Ø Annie Pauzié – Université gustave Eiffel
  • Ø Gina Baas, University of Minnesota

We thank all of them for their participation and their insights, as well as the attendees that were in the room and on-line.

2022-07-14T12:10:17+02:00June 16th, 2022|

Pannel Discussion: Ethical, security, safety and legal dilemmas: Are they impacting the acceptance of autonomous vehicles?

On June 16th 2022 (from 15.00h to 17.00h) Drive 2 the Future is holding a round table on ethical, security, safety and legal dilemmas and how they imact on the AV acceptance.


  • Ø Judith Charlton – Monash University Accident Research Centre [Online]
  • Ø Zachary Doerzaph – Virginia Tech Transportation Institute [Online]
  • Ø Siegfried Stohr, Guidare Pilotare S.r.l [On-site]
  • Ø Annie Pauzié – Université gustave Eiffel [On-site]
  • Ø Gina Baas, University of Minnesota [Online]

No registration is required and on-line attendance is posible under this Google Meet link

Attendance limited to 100 people


2022-06-15T10:59:47+02:00June 14th, 2022|

1st Joint paper of the autonomous driving European projects

In summer 2020 the four EU2020 Autonomous Driving related projects published a common paper in the OndaVerde italian magazine: PAsCAL, Trustonomy, Drive2theFuture and Suaave.

Please find below the link to read the entire paper:

Atonomous Driving EU Projects publication


2021-02-03T17:19:33+01:00January 27th, 2021|

1st Workshop Drive2theFuture



The 1st Workshop of Drive2theFuture project took place in Brussels, Belgium on the 6th March 2020, with the participation of more than 40 people (physically and online).

The project Coordinator, Ms Evangelia Gaitanidou (CERTH) and the Technical Manager Dr. Evangelos Bekiaris (CERTH), opened the day by welcoming the participants. They invited them to register for the project Newsletter (through the website as well as to answer and disseminated the Drive2theFuture Consumer Survey (

An overview of the project was presented by Ms E. Gaitanidou, including the concept and aims and highlighting its preliminary results and expected outcomes.

The following session was dedicated to the cooperation between the four projects funded under the same Call as Drive2theFuture. The Coordinators of PAsCAL (Luc Vandenabeele, LIST), SUaAVE (Jose Solaz Sanahuja, IBV) and TRUSTONOMY (Stefano Bianchi, Softeco) gave an overview of their projects, underlying their aims and commonalities between the four. Lively discussion followed, recognizing the different approaches undertaken by the four projects and how cooperation and sharing of findings can contribute to the completeness of research on the topic.

The next two sessions were designed in an interactive scheme, allowing the active participation of all participants.

The first interactive session was structured in two parts. In the first one, the preliminary Drive2theFuture Use Cases were presented by Ms. Matina Loukea (CERTH) along with the different criteria for their prioritisation, stemming from the corresponding assessment areas. Upon ranking the criteria, using an online tool through their mobile phones, the attendees were asked to rank also each Use Case according to each criterion. The results were displayed real time, while post processing and analysis shall be performed after the Workshop. A similar approach was followed in the second part of the session, when Dr. Evy Rombaut (VUB) presented the preliminary KPIs of the project and invited the participants to rank them.

After lunch, the second interactive session took place, involving the AV acceptance risk assessment. First, a set of already identified risks were presented by Dr. Evangelos Bekiaris (CERTH) which the attendees were asked to rank according to their perceived importance, for each one of the risks categories (namely behavioural, legal, operational and technical). Then, four boards were placed in the room, again one per risk category, where the attendees were invited to go and write any additional risks they consider significant and were not yet identified in the presented list. This was a very fruitful exercise, as about 35 more risks were suggested, which will be considered in the final acceptance risk assessment.

Closing the day, Dr Bekiaris made a summary of the Workshop and its findings, thanking all for their participation and active involvement, while inviting them to stay tuned, follow and contribute to the project’s progress.

2020-04-06T16:46:27+02:00March 6th, 2020|

Welcome to our survey!

Welcome to our survey!

By participating in this survey you will help us understand your traveling preferences better!

About the survey: This survey is part of an EU-funded project called Drive2theFuture.

The purpose of the survey is to explore your opinions about an acceptance of Autonomous Vehicles for different transport modes.

The survey is structured in a modular way:

  • of four main areas corresponding to each transport domain (aviation, maritime, rail, road);
  • every section begins with a simple description of what automation means for that mode, with simple illustrative examples and a short list of multiple choice questions.

It shouldn’t take you more than 10-15 minutes to answer the questions, and you can withdraw from the questionnaire at any time.

Please scroll down to choose your language and select the link to participate in the survey:

2020-02-20T15:32:56+01:00January 28th, 2020|
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