Green & Efficient Driver
Experimental works of the geDRIVER project (“Green and Efficient Driver”) aim at developing and validating the simulator for training to ecological driving according to 3 major topics within the “serious game” axis: - To develop the models allowing analysing eco-driving and the follow-up of performances in a context of training using simulator, which latter logically follows training on real vehicle. - To reinforce the interest of driving experience in order to to support the attractivity of training. For that, the project will draw from the experiments and the techniques already implemented in video games. - To contribute to enrich knowledge in the field of validity of driving training simulators.

Technology demonstrators allowing to:

– integrate “game”-based approaches and paradigms into “serious” automotive simulation

– integrate new interactive visual and auditive guiding techniques, including sound, visual aids and eyetracking,

– show the use of real in-car monitoring system coupled to a driving simulation software

– perform simulator sickness comparative studies between ligth/full driving simulators

Number of scientific articles published: 1

Number of patents filed: 0

Number of product’s innovation: 3

For OKTAL, significant evolutions to the software product SCANeR™studio, and foundations of the new training-oriented version, which yielded reinforcement of the “training” activity (training simulator, software licences and associated services)

Number of product’s innovation service: 0

Number of projected jobs created: 2

Number of jobs maintained: 0

Number of related companies creation: 0