The project VIIS (Vehicle Infrastructure Interaction Simulation), an actual research project which was started in January 2008 has the aim to build up on the MARVin (Model for Assessing Risks of Road Infrastructure; Paper of the 20th ESV) outcomes. The idea is to develop a combined simulation system, including all kinds of RoadSTAR data (Road Surface Tester of arsenal research; road condition and trace geometry) to verify crash causal combinations. The MARVin software tool has been upgraded with traffic density data to get some more comparable and significant results. The crash causations regarding to poor surface characteristics or in-harmonic road geometry can be identified with a higher probability.
|Titel||21st International Technical Conference on the Enhanced Safety of Vehicles (ESV Conference)|
|Publikationsstatus||In Vorbereitung - 2009|
|Veranstaltung||VIIS - Vehicle Infrastructure Interaction Simulation on "real" roads - |
Dauer: 15 Juni 2009 → 18 Juni 2009
|Konferenz||VIIS - Vehicle Infrastructure Interaction Simulation on "real" roads|
|Zeitraum||15/06/09 → 18/06/09|
- Ehemaliges Research Field - Mobility Systems