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Final Report Summary - 2-BE-SAFE (2-WHEELER BEHAVIOUR AND SAFETY)
Up to 2008, the research relating to PTWs’ safety focussed mainly on sociological aspects, training, accidentology and primary safety systems design. Based on the fact that it is crucial to base countermeasures on scientific evidences relating on riders' behaviours and...
Programme: FP7-TRANSPORT
Record Number: 196608
Last updated on: 2017-03-29
2-WHEELER BEHAVIOUR AND SAFETY
[PROJECT] 2-BE-SAFE - 2-WHEELER BEHAVIOUR AND SAFETY
ID: 218703
Start date: 2009-01-01, End date: 2011-12-31
"Powered Two Wheeler (PTW) users are greatly over-involved in serious and fatal crashes. They have between 5 and 25 times the risk of having a fatal crash compared to car drivers, depending on the country. The number of PTWs on European roads has more than doubled over the la...
Programme: FP7-TRANSPORT
Record Number: 90091
Last updated on: 2015-03-09
Final Report Summary - EPOCH (Enabling protection for older children)
1 Executive summary The implementation of Directive 2003/20/EC, dated 8 April 2003 (which amends Directive 91/671/EEC) means that children up to 150 cm in height must use a child restraint appropriate to their size when travelling in cars or goods vehicles fitted with seat...
Programme: FP7-TRANSPORT
Record Number: 196596
Last updated on: 2017-03-29
Enabling protection for older children
ID: 218744
Start date: 2009-01-01, End date: 2011-12-31
Across most of Europe, children under 3 years must use an appropriate child restraint in any vehicle. If seat belts are fitted, the law now also requires children up to the age of 12 years or up to 150 cm in height to use an appropriate child restraint. Child restraints sold ...
Programme: FP7-TRANSPORT
Record Number: 89884
Last updated on: 2016-09-19
More Integrated Systems Safety Assessment
ID: 212088
Start date: 2008-04-01, End date: 2011-06-30
"The increase of aerospace systems complexity has meant that by using existing methods for systems development, industry has reached a barrier to innovation and a risk to the competitiveness of products. This is characterised by an increasing time to market for new technologi...
Programme: FP7-TRANSPORT
Record Number: 89636
Last updated on: 2015-03-09
Final Report Summary - MISSA (More Integrated Systems Safety Assessment)
Background and Motivation: The increase of aerospace systems complexity has meant that by using existing methods for systems development, industry has reached a barrier to innovation and a risk to the competitiveness of products. This is characterized by an increasing time to...
Programme: FP7-TRANSPORT
Record Number: 196174
Last updated on: 2017-03-24
MULTIFUNCTIONAL LAYERS FOR SAFER AIRCRAFT COMPOSITES STRUCTURES
ID: 213267
Start date: 2008-09-01, End date: 2011-12-31
"The use of composite materials in aeronautics industry has increased constantly over the last 35 years, due mainly to their high specific strength and stiffness combined with the possibility of designing complex geometry components that are more aerodynamically efficient tha...
Programme: FP7-TRANSPORT
Record Number: 88417
Last updated on: 2015-03-09
Final Report Summary - LAYSA (MULTIFUNCTIONAL LAYERS FOR SAFER AIRCRAFT COMPOSITES STRUCTURES)
Based on needs to provide an efficient safety and security system for aircraft composite structures, the main objective of LAYSA project has been focused in establishing the scientific and technological basis for the development of a new multifunctional layer with ice / fire...
Programme: FP7-TRANSPORT
Record Number: 196168
Last updated on: 2017-03-24
Final Report Summary - RETROFIT (Reduced Emissions of TRansport aircraft Operations by Fleetwise Implementation of new Technology)
The RETROFIT project analyses the possibilities and attractiveness of retrofitting new technical solutions, which are developed or available for new aircraft types, into the large existing fleet of commercial aircraft. A new generation of aircraft is only at the horizon...
Programme: FP7-TRANSPORT
Record Number: 196147
Last updated on: 2017-03-22
Final Report Summary - ISI-PADAS (Integrated human modelling and simulation to support human error risk analysis of partially autonomous driver assistance systems)
Executive summary: The main objective of the ISI-PADAS project was to improve the current design process of driver assistance systems, such as Partially autonomous driver assistance systems (PADAS), by effectively introducing a tool-supported risk based design methodology f...
Programme: FP7-TRANSPORT
Record Number: 53573
Last updated on: 2012-07-23
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