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D3.1 Framework for operational design of experimental work in i-DREAMS
reportposted on 2020-11-05, 14:13 authored by Rachel TalbotRachel Talbot, Graham Hancox, Fran Pilkington-Cheney, Ashleigh FiltnessAshleigh Filtness, Kris Brijs, Tom Brijs, Veerle Ross, Christos Katrakazas, Christelle Al Haddad, Rodrigo Taveria, Susanne Kaiser, Tiago Mateus
i-DREAMS is divided into five broad technical work areas: State of the art (monitoring and interventions), Methodological development, Technology development, Trials, and Analysis.
This report is the first of the methodological work area of i-DREAMS. The methodological work area is concerned with the definition of a context-aware Safety Tolerance Zone and the development of a driver and environment assessment and monitoring system that will assist drivers in staying within this Safety Tolerance Zone (see Figure 1). The work will be informed by the state of the art (monitoring and interventions) work area and in particular:
The state of the art for impact in terms of safety, and the measurement tools for variables that could be used within the monitoring platform.
The state of the art for methodologies and tools to provide real time interventions and post trip interventions with the aim of increasing safe driver behaviour.
It will also provide information to the technology development and trials work areas which will test and validate the system. Specifically, it will inform the assessment of the available technology for variable collection and how these can be integrated into the i-DREAMS platform.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under Grant Agreement No 814761.
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