The PAsCAL Project

The PAsCAL Project

PAsCAL is an international project aimed to develop a multidimensional map of public acceptance of higher levels of Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CAV), pointing out any critical issues on the matter, particularly investigating the new “driver” needs considering different modes and mobility services. PAsCAL’s goal is to create a “Guide2Autonomy” (G2A), a set of guidelines and recommendations aimed at accelerating the user-friendly evolution of connected automated vehicles and transport systems.


November 15, 2022 11 min
Luc Vandenabeele, from the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST -, tells how the PAsCAL Project was built and what is the general purpose of it.
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Professor Florian Kuntzer, Privatuniversität Schloss Seeburg, explains the psychological approach of the project and the consequent conducted research.

Kacperski, C., Vogel, T., & Kutzner, F. (2020). Ambivalence in Stakeholders’ Views on Connected and Autonomous Vehicles. In H. Krömker (Ed.), HCI in Mobility, Transport, and Automotive Systems. Automated Driving and In-Vehicle Experience Design (pp. 46–57). Springer In...
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November 22, 2022 13 min
Maxime Larique, University of Bourgogne Franche-Comté (UBFC), goes in depth in the project telling us how and which simulators the partners created for the PAsCAL Project.
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November 24, 2022 12 min
Mike Jump, Liverpool University, tells how the PAsCAL Project conducted an experimental research on a flight simulator.
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November 28, 2022 29 min
Friederike L. Kühl, COO of Etelätär Innovation, explains all the pilots (tests on field) realized during the PAsCAL Project
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Erwin Denninghaus of the European Blind Union, provides detail on the PAsCAL Project’s
approach to meeting the expectations of blind and visually impaired people in relation the
future of mobility
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December 16, 2022 15 min
Patrick van Egmond, Luxmobility, tells us how the "Guide2Autonomy" (G2A) was
realized - a real guide containing 100 recommendations on technical, political, legal
and economic aspects, addressed to all the stakeholders who will facilitate and guide
the strategic choices on future mobility systems at the international, national and
local level. Patrick will anticipate listeners some of the most important
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