One step in the development of safety oriented Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) is an ex ante assessment of the expected safety impacts. This requires a careful analysis combining models and data from various sources. This paper describes the Safety IMPact Assessment Tool, called SIMPATO, that was developed in the interactIVe project. This tool performs "what if" analysis for accident scenarios to determine the effect of an ADAS on the outcome. The unique quality of the tool is that it requires very little data on the ADAS itself, and uses in-depth accident data to obtain a representative result.
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DOIS: 10.1109/itsc.2013.6728340 10.1109/mits.2014.2340054
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