Partial Results

KARLI Half-Time Presentation

After half of the project duration, what is the status of the KARLI consortium’s work? What contribution have the individual project partners made? And what needs to be implemented by the end of the project?

Take a look at the event documentation – a selection of videos, presentations and photos.



In KARLI, AI functions are being developed for use in the context of automated driving. The twelve KARLI consortium partners are working on the main applications “Level-Compliant Behavior”, “AI Interaction” and “Motion Sickness”. At the end of April 2024, they presented the current progress of the project at the mid-term event of Continental Automotive Technologies GmbH in Frankfurt.

Learn more about the partners’ contributions

A look into the event

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News & publications of the consortium partners

Report abstract: Display of Artificial Intelligence in the Vehicle HMI

The KARLI AI-MMI (Artificial Intelligence of Human-Machine Interaction) work package focuses on the question of how the use of AI will affect the appearance of an MMI. This is also the subject of the report “Display of Artificial Intelligence in the Vehicle HMI” by Dr.-Ing Peter Rössger. Read the summary here.

UX concepts for the vehicle of the future. KARLI & HdM.

The focus of the Stuttgart Media University (HdM) in the KARLI project is on the evaluation and development of user-centered AI solutions for automated driving vehicles. The goal is to combine a high level of safety with a successful user experience (UX).

Developing AI-driven in-vehicle interaction. KARLI & Audi.

Within KARLI, Audi is working on AI-based interactions in the vehicle with regard to person- and context-sensitivity. The goal is for the human-machine interface to behave adaptively based on the user and system state of the individual operating history.