Smart vehicles
Mobility & Built Environment


Automated driving (AD) had the potential to significantly reduce the number of fatalities and severely injured in road traffic. With StreetProof, TNO develops requirements for how automated vehicles should drive alongside human road users, together with its associated implementation and testing methodologies.

Scaled monitored deployment

We develop algorithms and methods to monitor the correct behavior of deployed vehicles equipped with automated driving capabilities, for both testing and assessment purposes. This concept extends current EDRs to include vehicle health, vehicle driving behavior and traffic behavior. We validate and demonstrate this concept with our CarLabs and StreetLive system.

Human-Machine interaction

To make sure that automated vehicles interact safely and comfortably with their drivers, we develop models for driver state estimation, situational awareness, motion sickness and context awareness. Next to that, TNO specializes in algorithms to ensure a safe transition of control and optimal driver interaction in various ODDs.

Safe & Social driving

Because driving is a social activity mediated by technology, automated vehicles should display a driving style that is acceptable for human road users. To achieve this Safe & Social driving style, design guidelines are necessary on how to achieve human-like behavior. At TNO, we develop a framework to extract these guidelines from different sources of driving data and convert them into technical requirements.

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TNO and Torc Robotics collaborate to use real-world data for autonomous truck validation

10 November 2022
TNO announced a strategic collaboration with Torc Robotics, an independent subsidiary of Daimler Trucks. They are working together to substantiate the safety of self-driving trucks using scenario-based safety validation.

Virtual Assessment to enable safe Automated Driving

3 August 2021

Real-time signal from bicycle can reduce number of serious accidents

4 February 2021