PReVAL is a subproject of the PReVENT Integrated Project, in which different preventive safety applications have been developed and demonstrated. The major aims of the PReVAL project are to assess the safety potential of functions developed and demonstrated in the PReVENT integrated project and to develop a harmonized framework for the assessment of preventive safety applications and advanced driver assistance functions. The framework builds on the experiences gained in the PReVENT project and other related projects. The framework integrates different procedures for technical and human factors evaluation and safety impacts assessment in one holistic approach. This paper discusses the human factors evaluation aspects of the framework in more detail.
|Publication status||Published - 2008|
|MoE publication type||Not Eligible|
|Event||15th World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems - New York, United States|
Duration: 16 Nov 2008 → 20 Nov 2008
|Conference||15th World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems|
|Period||16/11/08 → 20/11/08|
- preventive and active safety
- human factors
Scholliers, J., Leanderson, S., Ljung Aust, M., Luoma, J., & Kutzner, R. (2008). New framework for evaluating preventive safety functions: Focusing on human factors evaluation. Paper presented at 15th World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems, New York, United States.