Description of data-sources used in SafetyCube. Deliverable 3.1 of the H2020 project SafetyCube
reportposted on 20.01.2017 by Rachel Talbot, L. Hagstrom, Robert Thomson, T. Hermitte, Wendy Weijermars, Niels Bos, Pete Thomas, Emmanuelle Dupont, Heike Martensen, Robert Bauer, M. Hours, E. Hoye, M. Jansch, A. Murkovic, W. Niewohner, Eleonora Papadimitriou, C. Perez, V. Phan, D. Shingo Usami, J. Vazquez-de-Prada
A formal account of an observation, investigation, finding, activity or any other type of information.
Safety CaUsation, Benefits and Efficiency (SafetyCube) is a European Commission supported Horizon 2020 project with the objective of developing an innovative road safety Decision Support System (DSS) that will enable policy-makers and stakeholders to select and implement the most appropriate strategies, measures and cost-effective approaches to reduce casualties of all road user types and all severities. This deliverable describes the available data in the form of an inventory of databases that can be used for analyses within the project. Two general types of data are available: one describing the involvement of different components for the road safety (vehicles, infrastructure, and the road user) and one describing the injury outcomes of a crash. These two database categories are available to the partners of SafetyCube and gathered in two excel tables. One table contains traffic databases (accident and naturalistic driving studies) and the second table contains injury databases. The tables contain information on 58 and 35 variables, respectively. The key information describing the databases that was needed for the inventory were items such as: Type of data collected (crashes, injuries, etc.) Documentation of the variables Sampling criteria for the data collected SafetyCube partners with access to the data Extent of data access (raw data vs. summary tables) The tables contain 36 traffic accident databases, five naturalistic driving studies or field-tests and 22 injury databases where of four were coded in both sheets.
This work was co‐funded by the Horizon 2020 Framework Programme of the European Union (Grant agreement No 633485 ‐ SafetyCube ‐ H2020‐MG‐2014‐2015/ H2020‐MG‐2014_TwoStages)