Integrated Project PReVENT: Functional Requirements and System Architecture for Preventive Safety Applications 2007-01-1319
The integrated project PReVENT takes a first comprehensive step towards realising the vision of a safety zone around vehicles by means of complementary safety functions. The foundation for requirements are laid in the analysis of driver behaviour and accidents, followed by a definition of functions needed from a vehicle to prevent the accident from happening or mitigating its consequences. As a result, the most critical accident scenarios are covered by the applications developed. Furthermore, a requirements database is created and requirements are classified into six main categories. A common PReVENT architecture is presented and highlighted by a sub-project focusing on lateral safety applications. Finally, the approach to further integrate individual preventive safety functions on a common platform is outlined.
Citation: Flament, M., Schulze, M., Mäkinen, T., and Irion, J., "Integrated Project PReVENT: Functional Requirements and System Architecture for Preventive Safety Applications," SAE Technical Paper 2007-01-1319, 2007, https://doi.org/10.4271/2007-01-1319. Download Citation
Maxime Flament, Matthias Schulze, Tapani Mäkinen, Joachim Irion
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