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International Journal of Automotive Technology 2017;18(6): 1085-1097.
doi: https://doi.org/10.1007/s12239-017-0106-5
CYCLIST TARGET AND TEST SETUP FOR EVALUATION OF CYCLIST-AUTONOMOUS EMERGENCY BRAKING
Olaf Op den Camp, Sjef van Montfort, Jeroen Uittenbogaard, Joke Welten
TNO Integrated Vehicle Safety
ABSTRACT
From 2018, Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB) systems dedicated to avoid or mitigate passenger car-tocyclist collisions will be considered in the safety assessment by Euro NCAP. To test such systems, appropriate equipment has been developed in a project called CATS “Cyclist-AEB Testing System”, that has run between April 2014 and August 2016. Moreover, a proposal for the most relevant test scenarios was set up. The objective of the project was to provide proof to Euro NCAP of the relevance of the proposed test scenarios and of the feasibility of practical implementation of the scenarios and test setup. The process regarding the selection, verification and validation of test scenarios is described. The cooperation between 17 industrial partners (car manufacturers and automotive suppliers) in the CATS project has stimulated the harmonization and acceptance of the protocol, target and test setup. The process and intermediate results including the used methodology, have been reviewed by the German Federal Highway Research Institute (BASt) and have been shared on a regular basis during the project with stakeholders in Europe, Japan and the USA. Euro NCAP already indicated to consider the results of the CATS project as the main input to draft the test protocol, including scenarios and target for Cyclist-AEB systems in 2018 and 2020.
Key Words: Autonomous emergency braking, Cyclist safety, Euro NCAP
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