Prospective and Monetary Effectiveness Assessment Method for Advanced Driver Assistance Systems-Usage of Naturalistic Driving Studies and Experimental System Tests

This paper offers a comprehensive overview of a prospective and monetary effectiveness assessment method for advanced driver assistance systems using naturalistic driving studies and experimental system tests for a field-projected effectiveness of monetarily relevant collisions-parking and maneuvering. Research shows that this kind of collision is responsible for up to 40% of all insurance claims and for up to 30% of all claim costs worldwide. Therefore, this paper describes a monetary and prospective method for assessment based on an in-depth insurance accident database, experimental tests or simulations and naturalistic driving studies that evaluate the monetary effectiveness of an advanced driver assistance system.

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  • Accession Number: 01684649
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Files: TRIS
  • Created Date: Oct 25 2018 11:17AM