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ADAS&ME (“Adaptive ADAS to support incapacitated drivers &Mitigate Effectively risks through tailor made HMI under automation”) will develop adapted Advanced Driver Assistance Systems, that incorporate driver/rider state, situational/environmental context, and adaptive interaction to automatically transfer control between vehicle and driver/rider and thus ensure safer and more efficient road usage ...
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From government to consumer applications, personal identification is an ever increasing concern and demand. Fingerprints are the oldest and the most reliable features to be used because of their singularity and inalterability. The main goal of the PYCSEL project is to develop a low cost thin and large area fingerprint sensing surface enabling the personal identification via the development of a TO ...
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aDverse wEather eNvironmental Sensing systEm (DENSE)

Date du début: 1 juin 2016, Date de fin: 31 mai 2019,

Current driver assistance systems are not all-weather capable. They offer comfort and safety in sound environmental conditions. However, in adverse weather conditions where the accident risks are highest they malfunction or even fail. Now that we are progressing towards automated cars and work machines, the requirements of fully reliable environment perception are only accentuated. The project is ...
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Safety-ENhancing Innovations for Older Road userS (SENIORS)

Date du début: 1 juin 2015, Date de fin: 31 mai 2018,

European countries face great challenges because the demographic structure in the EU is changing rapidly, due to reducing birth rates and increasing life expectancies. In 2012, 17% of Europeans were aged 65 and older and in 2020 this will rise to 28%. Meanwhile, the mobility needs of the elderly are also changing. Maintaining a driver's licence is an important issue of independence today, both for ...
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 TERMINÉ 
As the global population gravitates towards increasingly large urban agglomerates, the density of movements and the sheer numbers of people displacements is growing so fast that existing vehicles for personal transport increasingly seem insufficient: consuming too much energy (present day cars), or exposing their drivers to larger-than-needed accident risks (motorcycles or bicycles). As especially ...
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 TERMINÉ 
"MATISSE aims to make a significant step forward in the capability of the automotive industry to model, predict and optimise the crash behaviour of mass produced Fibre Reinforced Polymer (FRP) composite structures, which will be extensively used in Alternatively Powered Vehicles. The ability to investigate crashworthiness of FRP vehicle structures by numerical simulation is crucial for these light ...
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Optimised storage integration for the electric car (OSTLER)

Date du début: 1 juin 2011, Date de fin: 30 nov. 2014,

Present-day electric vehicles are typically designed by starting from an existing vehicle platform and designing a storage device (battery pack) to fit the constraints of the existing vehicle. OSTLER is based on the concept of modular storage devices around which an electric vehicle (EV) can be designed. The vehicle designer can select storage capacity to give range in EV mode (e.g. 20 km, 50 km, ...
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Priorities for Road Safety Research in Europe (PROS)

Date du début: 1 sept. 2012, Date de fin: 31 août 2014,

In spite of all improvements in European road safety, almost 100 people are killed and about 40,000 get injured on European roads each day. The progress made so far is to a large extent based on intensive, publicly funded road safety research activities. While many “low-hanging fruits” in road safety have already been picked, a multitude of more specific research issues remains. With ICT opening u ...
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 TERMINÉ 
According to the World Health Organisation Global status report on road safety 2009, pedestrians account for more than 19% of road fatalities in the EU-27. It is well known that most accidents with pedestrians are caused by the driver being in alert or misinterpretation of the situation. For that reason advanced forward looking integration safety systems have a high potential to improve safety for ...
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Thoracic injury assessment for improved vehicle safety (THORAX)

Date du début: 1 févr. 2009, Date de fin: 30 avr. 2013,

"About 41,600 people were killed and more than 1.7 million injured in European road accidents in 2005. Although the number of road fatalities has declined by more than 17% since 2001, more efforts will have to be made if the EC's targets on reduction of road fatalities and injuries are to be met. The THORAX Project will focus on reduction and prevention of thoracic injuries, one of the dominant ca ...
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Infrared Imaging Components for Use in Automotive Safety Applications (ICU)

Date du début: 1 mai 2008, Date de fin: 31 août 2011,

The objective of ICU is to develop the core photonic components for a Far Infrared (FIR) camera module aimed at high volume automotive Night Vision Enhancement Systems (NVE) of the future. FIR imaging provides a high-contrast signal for warm (living) objects. This makes FIR systems very attractive for the detection of living objects and thereby helping to reduce fatalities and injuries. However, t ...
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Dynamic Interactive Perception-action LEarning in Cognitive Systems (DIPLECS)

Date du début: 1 déc. 2007, Date de fin: 30 nov. 2010,

The DIPLECS project aims at designing an Artificial Cognitive System architecture that allows for learning and adapting hierarchical perception-action cycles in dynamic and interactive real-world scenarios. The architectural progress will be evaluated within the scenario of a driver assistance system that continuously improves its capabilities by observing the human driver, the car data, and the e ...
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 TERMINÉ 
Road accidents involving pedestrians are far more frequent at night than during the day. More than 12 000 pedestrians and cyclists are killed and almost 300 000 are seriously injured in the EU every year. The most important factor is the driver's dramatically reduced range of vision. Fewer pedestrians will be killed or seriously injured through improved driver warning strategies enabled by Night V ...
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