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A methodology for assessing the impact of active safety applications
Creation date: 04 September 2006
With the launch of the PReVAL subproject in September 2006, the EC-supported Integrated Project PReVENT now encompasses 14 subprojects, all working to improve road safety through the development of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems.
PReVAL will contribute to this goal by developing a methodology for assessing the impact of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems that provides active and preventive safety. The project will analyse and assess existing impact assessment methodologies, define a set of impact assessment indicators and apply these evaluation indicators to a selection of active safety applications developed by IP PReVENT.
The PReVAL subproject will be led by the VTT Technical Research Centre, Finland. The consortium is composed of VTT, Fiat Research Centre, DaimlerChrysler AG, Volvo Car Corporation, Volvo Technology, Centre for Research and Technology Hellas (CERTH), CIDAUT, Institute of Communication and Computer Systems (ICCS), RWTH Aachen (IKA), Laboratoire des ponts et chaussées (LCPC), TNO and Hannover University.
The project will end in January 2008.
For more information, please visit the IP PReVENT website.
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