“We have moved to a three-year cycle,” Palao said. “That means the development of the future protocols will be on a three-year basis. So then, the next milestone will be in 2026 and the one afterwards in 2029. For the most immediate future, for 2026, the main goal is to tackle robustness. That’s one word that’s been mentioned many times in the 2030 roadmap.”
Active safety technology saves lives. Michelle Dawn Mooney, the host of ADAS for Road Safety, spoke with Pierre Olivier, Chief Technology Officer at LeddarTech, and Adriano Palao, Technical Manager ADAS/AD at Euro NCAP to discuss active road safety, ADAS, and perception systems.
Pierre Olivier is a leader, inventor, and problem-solver with a career-long commitment to giving technology a purpose. Whenever someone takes a commercial flight, calls for an emergency, or rides in an autonomous shuttle, these are products that Olivier has a hand in creating solutions to make people’s lives easier and safer.
Adriano Palao is an automotive enthusiast with nine years of experience in vehicle and systems testing. Palao led multiple benchmarking projects and product lifecycle tests in Powertrain and Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS). He holds a Master of Science in mechanical engineering from the Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV).