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Requirements for the Evaluation Framework.

Bakri, Taoufik; Blanco, Rosa; Fahrenkrog, Felix; Larsson, Pontus; Malone, Kerry; Saéz, Marga; Sánchez, David; Varhelyi, Andras LU ; Willemsen, Dehlia and Zlocki, Adrian (2011) In Deliverable 7.1 of the InteractIVe project
Abstract
interactIVe has the objective to develop new integrated Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS). In order to evaluate these ADAS, an evaluation framework is required. Therefore, a horizontal subproject called “Evaluation and Legal Aspects” is part of interactIVe, with the main objective to provide this framework and give support to the vertical subprojects in their evaluation work.

The purpose of this deliverable is to define the relevant aspects for the development of the common and centralized evaluation framework. The goal is not to have the final document for evaluating the systems and functions, but to define and establish available methods and tools. Based on the defined Use Cases and the description of the developed... (More)
interactIVe has the objective to develop new integrated Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS). In order to evaluate these ADAS, an evaluation framework is required. Therefore, a horizontal subproject called “Evaluation and Legal Aspects” is part of interactIVe, with the main objective to provide this framework and give support to the vertical subprojects in their evaluation work.

The purpose of this deliverable is to define the relevant aspects for the development of the common and centralized evaluation framework. The goal is not to have the final document for evaluating the systems and functions, but to define and establish available methods and tools. Based on the defined Use Cases and the description of the developed interactIVe functions,research questions are formulated and included in this deliverable 7.1. Based on these research questions, corresponding hypothesis will be included in Deliverable 7.2. Evaluation has been divided in three main categories:

• Technical Assessment, with the objective to evaluate the performance of the developed functions of interactIVe and to collect information and data for safety impact assessment.

• User-Related Assessment has the goal to evaluate the functions from the user perspective, and also to provide further input to the safety impact assessment.

• Impact Assessment will estimate how and how much the functions influence traffic safety.

The challenge when dealing with the above-mentioned assessments is the fact that every system (SECONDS, INCA and EMIC) includes various functions. These different functions can be assessed individually or being part of the complete system, so interactions between them have to be taken into account. Moreover, the availability of tools and prototype vehicles has to be assured.

The outcome of this deliverable is a list of methods, tools and research questions. (Less)
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The purpose of this deliverable is to define the relevant aspects for the development of the common and centralized evaluation framework. The goal is not to have the final document for evaluating the systems and functions, but to define and establish available methods and tools. Based on the defined Use Cases and the description of the developed interactIVe functions,research questions are formulated and included in this deliverable 7.1. Based on these research questions, corresponding hypothesis will be included in Deliverable 7.2. Evaluation has been divided in three main categories:<br/><br>
• Technical Assessment, with the objective to evaluate the performance of the developed functions of interactIVe and to collect information and data for safety impact assessment.<br/><br>
• User-Related Assessment has the goal to evaluate the functions from the user perspective, and also to provide further input to the safety impact assessment.<br/><br>
• Impact Assessment will estimate how and how much the functions influence traffic safety.<br/><br>
The challenge when dealing with the above-mentioned assessments is the fact that every system (SECONDS, INCA and EMIC) includes various functions. These different functions can be assessed individually or being part of the complete system, so interactions between them have to be taken into account. Moreover, the availability of tools and prototype vehicles has to be assured.<br/><br>
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