15 May 2019
New software for the design of robust stated choice experiments
TU Delft researcher Sander van Cranenburgh, in collaboration with researchers from the University of Sydney, has developed an upgrade for leading software package Ngene. Ngene is used by researchers and professionals to design stated choice experiments. Such experiments are used to gain insight into how people weigh up various aspects when making a choice, for example travel time and travel costs. This software upgrade makes it possible to design statistically accurate choice experiments for so-called regret models, a choice behaviour model developed at Delft.
13 May 2019
Who is in control of self-driving cars?
16 April 2019
TU Delft Campus living lab for autonomous driving
21 March 2019
Human-robot symbiosis improves interaction
Semi-automated vehicles on our motorways, a mobile robot arm that can effectively intervene in a disaster area, drones: these are all examples of robots that exist our unpredictable environment. These robots cannot manage without human intervention, however: behind every successful robot there’s a human being. A strong foundation for operating robot arms and robot vehicles is haptics: our innate ability to feel our body.
13 March 2019
Experimenting with autonomous shipping on TU Delft Campus
On Monday, 18 March, Minister Cora van Nieuwenhuizen will open the Researchlab Autonomous Shipping (RAS) at TU Delft's The Green Village. This new research lab offers a natural outdoor space for autonomous shipping experiments and will bring together everyone involved in the development of autonomous shipping.