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PReVAL



The PReVAL subproject will provide PReVENT with a harmonised evaluation framework, define a methodology to be used in the impact assessment of various applications and apply the methodology to a set of given use cases.

 

PReVAL organises Final Workshop, 10 January 2008....


Objectives

  • Assess and make conclusions of the technical performance of PReVENT functions.
  • Evaluate the potential of PReVENT subprojects HMI results - user acceptance, preferences and behaviour. Use existing data accumulated in sub-projects, if possible
  • Estimate the potential safety impacts of PReVENT functions in cooperation with ongoing other relevant projects.
  • Create an overall view of the potential PReVENT impacts and make recommendations for further work in the development of effective preventive safety functions.


Key Concepts

 

PReVAL subproject starts with a thorough analysis of the evaluation methods and methodologies to be used by the PReVENT subprojects for the system evaluation and impact assessment. The aim is first to create an overall view of the methods used.

 

 

Events

 

 

1st PReVAL Worskhop 22 -23 January 2007  
2nd PReVAL Workshop 10 January 2008  Invitation, Agenda & Registration

 

 

Expected results

The PReVAL subproject will provide PReVENT with a harmonised evaluation framework, define a methodology to be used in the impact assessment of various applications and apply the methodology to a set of given use cases. In more detail, the

PReVAL subproject will:

  • Analyse and assess the existing impact assessment methodologies available for active and
    preventive safety applications
  • Define indicators for impact assessment and
  •  Apply the defined indicators within the provided methodology framework to a set of given applications developed in the PReVENT subprojects.

PReVAL will also propose a set of recommendations for future research needed for the impact assessment, best practices and a basis of guidelines for the use of intelligent vehicle development.

 

 

Contact

Johan Scholliers

+358 20 7223642
[email protected]

 

 

Cooperation

 

Assessment of crash functionalities, no HMI included

Accident causation analysis

TRACE

Socio-economic assessment

eImpact

HMI issues


 

 

Consortium partners

 

 

VTT Technical research center

 

Institute of Communication and Computer Systems Volvo Technology AB
Laboratoire Central des Ponts et Chaussées TNO
Centre For Research And Technology Hellas IKA
DaimlerChrysler AG

Centro Ricerche Fiat
Volvo Car Corporation Universität Hannover

 

 

 

 

 


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