Pavlo Bazilinskyy

    2. Current by Jesper Kapteijns (2022). eHMI for implicit communication of actual and intended kinetic motion patterns of a vehicle.

Mendel Broekhuijsen

    2. AMBIT by Helder Stompff (2022). Designing the Transition period between a manual driven present, and automated future.
    3. CURB by Luuk Schot (2023). Effortless bonding between AV and user.

Marieke Martens

    6. ITE by Yorn Thijssen (2020). Continuous flow of personalized information through elements integrated in the dashboard of the car.
    8. AVTR HOAN by Liang Hsiang (2020). Transformation of the Mercedes-Benz Vision AVTR through an adaptive interior ambiance.
    11. Mosi by Floren van Barlingen, Nicolaas Romagnoli (2022). Exploring external signals from automatedly driven vehicles for vulnerable road users.
    13. Blackspot by Emir Kadric (2023). Stimulating drivers to adopt an active scan pattern at blackspot intersections.
    14. CURB by Luuk Schot (2023). Effortless bonding between AV and user.

Nischal Lingam

Stijn Ossevoort

    3. Unity by Moos van der Bijl (2020). A mobility vision concept, which combines the aspects of both car and house by a physical connection.

Bahar Barati

Bastian Pfleging

    1. we-CAVE by Thomas Pilaet (2019). An interface on the exterior of the car that can communicate the car’s situational awareness and intentions to other road users.
    10. OUTERFACE by Rutger Verstegen (2020). A 360-degree rooftop interface to communicate to let automated vehicles communicate to the outside.
    11. InShift by Anil Eranil (2020). Minimisation of distractions from the infotainment system by involving the front seat passenger and having them act as the co-driver.
    14. AVI by Denise Kooter (2020). Two way communication between fully automated vehicle taxi and its passengers.

Simone de Waart

    1. I-Orient by Stephanie Slee (2019). An interactive city map of Eindhoven placed in the city bus connecting airport and railway station.
    2. Bloomn by Charlotte Bording (2019). Steering wheel that blooms open when the user wants to drive and fold in to devolve in mode of automation.
    3. Ambius by Verindi Vekemans (2019). A light-system integrated into a bus seat that creates a personal ambiance. This light-system helps to improve the travel experience of travellers.
    6. AeroAdaptive by Caya Kors (2020). An interior that can change shape to allow more freedom and flexibility.

Miguel Bruns

    1. Whoosh by Kyenno Scheepers (2019). Shape-changing interactive dashboard tackling sustainable automated driving in relation to the environmental factor wind.
    2. Shapewheel by Jay Kolvenbag (2019). Physically facilitating the transition of control in level 3 automated vehicles.

Jacques Terken

    1. SAS by Donovan Lewis (2016). An information system designed for semi– and fully automated vehicles which uses light to discreetly inform passengers in a non-disruptive way about the vehicle’s next action.
    3. PIP by Milou Bruinenberg (2017). A personal planning application which provides the user with the available travel possibilities.