Alexandra König, MSc., is a research associate at the Institute of Transportation Systems in Braunschweig, Germany. The institute is part of the German Aerospace Center and is engaged in designing, developing and evaluating solutions for human-centered driver assistance systems, traffic surveillance and management as well as for automation, disposition and train control in rail traffic. She graduated in Psychology at the Technical University of Dresden. Her research interests focus on user needs and requirements regarding new mobility services.
Alexandra König is engaged as a human factors specialist in national and European research projects in the area of public transport, like the Horizon 2020 project TRIPS. She is doing her PhD thesis on the user requirements regarding flexible demand-responsive transport and ride sharing in autonomous shuttles.
Day 2 (Friday, APRIL 23, 2021)
13:00 – 14:45
Panel #3 – Future micromobility, improved accessibility and autonomous transportation
Designing future mobility solutions for and with people with impairments – First results from the TRIPS project