October 3rd 2019 we put children and families first: the WDR “Sendung mit der Maus” organizes for the 9th year in a row the german classic “Open Day”. All over Germany, 878 companies and businesses open their doors that show what is otherwise inaccessible to the public eyes. AID will also open its doors on this day from 9:00 to 12:30. We will be welcoming 90 children (start 6 years) and their families and another 10 children from the juvenile protection association Adelgundenheim, to come to AID and take a peek at what we do and to understand how, in the future, cars will be able to drive without a driver.
On this day we will show all MouseFans how our cars and sensors can detect parking cars, people crossing streets, bikers (or even the Maus!) and how they react to them. Children will be taken through our company in a treasure-hunt route with different activities, allowing them to sit in the car, talk to our engineers and even drive one of our cars using a gaming joystick.
Kids have to be accompanied by a grown up.
Beverages and snacks will be available in the cantine.
There is a baby station to change diapers.
Parents will be asked at the entrance to sign a data-protection agreement.