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Action for advanced Drivers assistance and Vehicle control system Implementation, Standardisation, Optimum use of the Road network and Safety

Action for advanced Drivers assistance and Vehicle control system Implementation, Standardisation, Optimum use of the Road network and Safety

Objective

Research and development have created a range of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) that may facilitate the tasks of drivers in the growing complexity of traffic conditions. Appropriate ADAS will be selected from a problem-focussed angle and analysed in a multidisciplinary approach, in order to gain new policy insights. All the stages for a potential breakthrough of ADAS will be investigated: the market conditions, the impacts on driving behaviour, road safety and environment, role of the public regulator, public acceptance, implementation strategies etc. Assessment methodologies will be developed and applied in order to deliver empirical evidence. This evidence together with questionnaire surveys will fit into a developed division scheme. This approach leads to an integrated framework suited for designing road safety policies to help realise suitable ADAS. Policy recommendations and guidelines are put forward in the last stage.

Coordinator

SWOV INSTITUTE FOR ROAD SAFETY RESEARCH

Address

Duindoorn 32
Leidschendam

Netherlands

Administrative Contact

Rob EENINK

Participants (15)

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ACCIDENT RESEARCH

Germany

ARISTOTLE UNIVERSITY OF THESSALONIKI

Greece

BELGISCH INSTITUUT VOOR DE VERKEERSVEILIGHEID - INSTITUT BELGE POUR LA SECURITE ROUTIERE

Belgium

CDV

Czechia

CENTRE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL AND TRAFFIC PSYCHOLOGY COV

Netherlands

CRF

Italy

JAM DE RIJK

Netherlands

NATIONAL TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF ATHENS

Greece

RISK MANAGEMENT GROUP

Netherlands

SIEMENS AT

France

SWEDISH NATIONAL ROAD AND TRANSPORT RESEARCH INSTITUTE

Sweden

TECHNICAL RESEARCH CENTRE OF FINLAND

Finland

TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF DELFT

Netherlands

TRANSPORT RESEARCH LABORATORY

United Kingdom

UNIVERSITY OF STUTTGART

Germany

Project information

Grant agreement ID: G2RD-CT-2000-10047

  • Start date

    1 April 2000

  • End date

    30 November 2002

Funded under:

FP5-GROWTH

Coordinated by:

SWOV INSTITUTE FOR ROAD SAFETY RESEARCH

Netherlands

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