Main goal of the AsPeCSS project is to develop harmonised test and assessment procedures for forward looking integrated pedestrian safety systems that can be used for consumer rating and regulatory purposes. As such the project is meant to stimulate wide spread introduction of these systems that have high potential to improve safety of pedestrians and, in case adequate detection technology becomes available, also for pedal cyclists.

Final Workshop a success

Results form the workshop can be downloaded here.

Final results

The overall purpose of the AsPeCSS project was to contribute towards improving the protection of vulnerable road users, in particular pedestrians and cyclists, by developing harmonised test and assessment procedures for forward-looking integrated pedestrian safety systems.


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Final Results

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Final Workshop

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Research Position of ASPECSS

Facts & Figures

  • Pedestrians account for more than 19% of road fatalities in the EU-27.
  • World-wide the largest group of road user fatalities is represented by pedestrians hit by motorised vehicles.
  • Total budget: 3.9 M€
  • EC Funding: 2.4 M€
  • 13 Partners in Consortium

General presentation

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 285106

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