The objectives of AsPeCSS are:

  • To develop harmonised and standardised procedures and related tools for the assessment of forward looking integrated pedestrian safety systems. Such harmonisation shall be provided at European level and will also target a broader scope worldwide. As part of this:
    • Develop a methodology for balancing direct active safety benefit, combined active-passive safety benefit, as well as direct passive safety benefit into one overall safety assessment (based on benefit estimations);
    • Develop methods and means to adapt passive safety test conditions for scenarios with preceding pre-crash action;
    • Develop test targets representing pedestrians for different sensor types.
  • To gain acceptance for future implementation of test and assessment tools in scientific, industrial, regulatory or consumer rating procedures by extensive evaluation and validation;
  • To set the bases and prepare similar activities focusing on the test and assessment of integrated protection systems dedicated to cyclists. 




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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