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1 INRETS-MA - Département Mécanismes d-Accidents

Abstract : This document is a contribution to the objective of the European TRACE project of assessing the effectiveness of safety functions in their capacity to compensate for the malfunctions in the driving system, which are revealed by accident analysis. It starts from an ergonomic basis with the purpose of integrating the human functioning modes in this assessment. From such a perspective, it is aimed at: - Defining the drivers needs in safety, and especially the most crucial ones; - Evaluating the capacity of underway safety functions to fulfil these needs ex ante approach; - Defining the contextual constraints that these functions should take into account in order to maximise their potential safety benefits. It is based on an In-depth study of a wide sample of accident cases involving 432 drivers weighted as regard as European statistical data. This study makes use of WP5 -Human Factors- methodological results to analyse the potential safety effectiveness of the most promising safety functions defined by WP6 of the TRACE project. The results underline the relative capacity of the functions to compensate for the drivers- needs and contextual constraints found in accidents. They also show the weak points to tackle in order to improve the potential safety benefit offered by such functions. Safety functions - Drivers- needs - Contextual constraints - Human Error - Accident factors - Safety benefit Notes

Keywords : Safety functions Drivers- needs Contextual constraints Human Error Accident factors Safety benefit





Autor: P. Van Elslande - V. Vatonne - H. Vallet - K. Fouquet - B. Canu - J. Y. Fournier -

Fuente: https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/



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