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Executive summary of work package reports of the project E-Frame: Evaluation Framework for Commercial Vehicle Safety Systems and Services

Claudia Wege ; Robert Thomson (Institutionen för tillämpad mekanik) ; Giulio Francesco Bianchi Piccinini (Institutionen för tillämpad mekanik, Fordonssäkerhet)
Göteborg : Chalmers University of Technology, 2016. - 24 s.
[Rapport]

The objective of the EFrame FFI project was to develop a structured framework for traffic safety evaluation in an industrial (commercial vehicle manufacturer) context. The resulting framework facilitates more efficient development of crash/injury countermeasures by identifying and focusing on the most important safety (crash) problems, providing a toolset for analyzing crashes and estimating the potential and actual effectiveness of safety systems and services and, finally, identifying the data sources needed to perform these analyses. The project was divided into several work packages whereas all the work packages produced individual reports. A general overview of the project and its results can be found in the Final VINNOVA and FFI Report (Chalmers Publication Library, Pubid. 247448) and in the final framework specification report which are equivalent to the WP1 reports (Chalmers Publication Library, Pubid. 247449). Both reports are publically available and can be found in full text either on Chalmers Publication Library or the VINNOVA FFI website. The summary reports of each work package can be found in this report in full text. The individual work package reports can be accessed upon request from the project leader and/or the author of the report.

Nyckelord: active safety; passive safety; safety benefit analysis; behavioural based services; summary


The objective of the EFrame FFI project was to develop a structured framework for traffic safety evaluation in an industrial (commercial vehicle manufacturer) context. The resulting framework facilitates more efficient development of crash/injury countermeasures by identifying and focusing on the most important safety (crash) problems, providing a toolset for analyzing crashes and estimating the potential and actual effectiveness of safety systems and services and, finally, identifying the data sources needed to perform these analyses. Project website: http://www.chalmers.se/en/projects/Pages/Evaluation-Framework-for-Commercial-Vehicle-Safety-Systems-and-Services.aspx Project funding provided by VINNOVA



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