Golden A'Design award for ID project

ID student Felix Ross won the golden A'Design award in the Engineering and Technical Design category with his M1 project Stewart II (coaches: Pierre Lévy and Jacques Terken). Stewart II is a haptic interface designed for a self-driving car.

Felix Ross: "Stewart II enables a haptic dialogue between car and driver, providing the driver with high-level control over the autonomous vehicle. The prototype is fully interactive and is being used for user research and testing in a simulator study. The final objective is to design a haptic language that enables intuitive communication between man and machine for a satisfying driving experience."

The Golden A' Design Award is a prestigious award given to top 3% percentile designs that has accomplished an exemplary level of greatness in design. Entries to the A' Engineering Design Awards are peer reviewed and anonymously judged by a grand jury panel of prominent academics, influential press members and established professionals.