Last update: 19/12/2008 18:08:31
The objective of this project is to assess the feasibility of developing two basic information resources to support accident analysis work. These two resources are:
i) A standard recording system to identify the safety equipment fitted to each model of vehicle; and,
ii) Information on the on-road use of different models of vehicle (ie exposure data) to enable calculation of accident risks.
This project should:
. Ascertain the most effective approach to gather the required data, outlining pros and cons of different approaches considered;
. Consider potential formats for data to be held and recommend a preferred methodology; and,
. Identify barriers to implementation.
An assessment of the feasibility of developing two new information sources to support accident analysis work. These are data on safety equipment fitted to each model of vehicle; and, information on the on-road use of different models of vehicle.
The Johnson Building, 77 Hatton Garden, London, EC1N 8JS
Loughborough University (Sleep Research Centre)
Sleep Research Centre, Dept. of Human Sciences, Loughborough, Leics., LE11 3TU
66-68 Hills Road, Cambridge, CB2 1LA
Cost to the Department: £27,000.00
Actual start date: 26 March 2008
Actual completion date: 31 August 2008
Feasibility study for equipment database and exposure data evaluation
Author: Loughborough University
Source: DfT Framework Ref: SO802/V6