The real world as your test bed – is the current level of automated / «autonomous» driving a benefit to society?
Automation of driving comes with the promise of increased traffic safety and convention. Automated systems are expected to see more, react faster and thus outperform. The precursor, advanced driver assistance systems, have been proven to help humans drive safely. However, higher levels of automation have shown to create a considerable amount of dangerous and fatal outcomes. At what levels does automated driving benefit to society? And how can we make it more useful?
Kodere og utviklere som skal jobbe med utvikling for sensorer, kameraer, biler etc. Spesielt der dette vil være knyttet til produktutvikling på produkter som skal ut i samfunnet, slik som biler. Beslutningstagere både privat og statlig. Forskere. Politikere.
Ane Dalsnes Storsæter has been with Q-Free since 2021 and is the Vice president of the Products and R&D department in Q-Free. This department develops the hardware products of the Q-Free portfolio. She holds a M.Tech. in ICT and Mechanical Engineering with focus on product development, and a PhD in how to create road infrastructure to support automated driving. Storsæter has previously worked with mechanical construction for the offshore industry, she also spent 11 years working for the Norwegian Public Roads Administration (NPRA) prior to joining Q-Free. At the NPRA, she led international research and development projects in the field of Intelligent Transportation Systems.