V4Safety project  
V4Safety project

V4Safety project

V4Safety project, founded on January 1, 2022, operates in the Administration of Justice, Government Administration, and Public Safety industries. The company focuses on Vehicles, Evaluation, Ccam, Road Safety, and Safety Assessment, with a focus on Vulnerable Road Users, Simulation, Virtual Testing, and Infrastructure. V4Safety projects also provide opportunities for innovation, mobility, research, Scicomm, and In-vehicle Safety Technology. Based in the Netherlands, the company focuses on promoting safety measures and promoting collaboration in Europe. .Read More

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In order to set policies for road safety in the coming decades and push for Vision Zero, an accepted and reliable method for the comparison of safety measures for CCAM is needed. The V4Safety method will deal with the safety of all road users, from vulnerable road users to vehicle occupants. V4Safety will provide a prospective safety assessment framework that can handle a large variety of safety measures, ranging from in-vehicle safety technology, new vehicle types, infrastructure solutions to regulations that influence road user behaviour. It includes methods to project the results in future scenarios and over EU regions for use by policy makers, authorities and consumer organizations. To understand differences between studies and to understand the influence of underlying data, assumptions and models, the method provides tools to characterise the influence of the contributing factors and their uncertainties. The resulting transparency and consistency in simulation-based safety assessment leads to much improved comparability and reliability of assessment conclusions. The V4Safety consortium, led by TNO, consists of following international partners: BMW, BASt, Chalmers, Frauenhofer IVI, IDIADA, IKA, LAB France, SWOV, THI, TME, UNIFI, VIF, VCC, ZF, ERTICO, W2Economics. The project will run for 3 years. .Read More

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