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Pilot Plan Design

Gietelink, Olaf; Duringhof, Hans-Martin; Jansen, Sven; Klunder, Gerdien and Varhelyi, Andras LU (2006) In Technical Deliverable D20.72, PReVENT Consortium
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This document describes the methodology for the evaluation and the assessment of the Safe Speed – Safe Distance (SSSD) concept of the SASPENCE system. It describes the evaluation using the prototype vehicles from a technical and functional point of view, as well as to assess such a system by a subjective rating by the driver.

In particular, the first part is the report on the pilot plan design, that is the methodology of technical and functional evaluation, including the field-tests driver’s evaluation – the subjective evaluation with ordinary users on real road scenarios – performed on the SSSD system.

The methodology for the technical and functional evaluation involves simulations using a computer environment, as well... (More)
This document describes the methodology for the evaluation and the assessment of the Safe Speed – Safe Distance (SSSD) concept of the SASPENCE system. It describes the evaluation using the prototype vehicles from a technical and functional point of view, as well as to assess such a system by a subjective rating by the driver.

In particular, the first part is the report on the pilot plan design, that is the methodology of technical and functional evaluation, including the field-tests driver’s evaluation – the subjective evaluation with ordinary users on real road scenarios – performed on the SSSD system.

The methodology for the technical and functional evaluation involves simulations using a computer environment, as well as experiments in the Vehicle Hardware-in-the-Loop (VEHIL) laboratory, and on-road test drives. The test method for traffic impact assessment (in terms of improved quality of the driving experience and traffic safety) will be focused on traffic simulation.

The test case consists of an integrated set of methods and tools which will allow also a more rapid evaluation and assessment of future Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADASs). (Less)
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In particular, the first part is the report on the pilot plan design, that is the methodology of technical and functional evaluation, including the field-tests driver’s evaluation – the subjective evaluation with ordinary users on real road scenarios – performed on the SSSD system. <br/><br>
The methodology for the technical and functional evaluation involves simulations using a computer environment, as well as experiments in the Vehicle Hardware-in-the-Loop (VEHIL) laboratory, and on-road test drives. The test method for traffic impact assessment (in terms of improved quality of the driving experience and traffic safety) will be focused on traffic simulation.<br/><br>
The test case consists of an integrated set of methods and tools which will allow also a more rapid evaluation and assessment of future Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADASs).},
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