Are you looking for the latest research findings within vehicle and traffic safety? At SAFER publication library you'll find most of the SAFER project publications that have been produced since it started in 2006. Here you can also find all our research publications, evaluation reports, annual reports, brochures and other SAFER related publications.
Just select the research area you're interested in, or perform a more advanced search.
The 17 Success Stories describe SAFER's impact and achievements during ten years of research and collaboration.
17 SAFER Success Stories have been created during 2015. Each 1-page success story describes and exemplifies the value of SAFER, the impact and achievements of SAFER on society and its benefits to SAFER's partners. A success story can include all types of results and outcome, quantitative or qualitative. It can describe a project cluster, a person, a method, a recognition, something where SAFER has contributed as a catalyst or leveraged other findings or results.
List of SAFER Success stories, grouped by SAFER's Focus Topics:
Incidents and accidents
Naturalistic Data Platform
Field data analysis platform
Driver state and behaviour
Naturalistic driving data
System Safety through the Combination of HMI and Dependable Systems I and II
Design for accident prevention
Boundary Conditions for Automation (ARV)
CoAct – building competence in active safety and connected vehicles, preparing for automated driving
Vehicular communication research
Methods for evaluation of vehicle and traffic safety
Vehicle Dynamics Competence Area and cooperation around test vehicles
Safety for novel vehicles and vehicle combinations
Fibre reinforced polymer composites in automotive applications
During October 6-7th, 2010, an evaluation of SAFER was conducted by VINNOVA. The Stage 2 covers the three years 2009-04-01 to 2012-03-31.
All together, five evaluators visited SAFER. The scientific experts of the evaluation team, Richard Hanowski and Anne McCartt, addressed matters concerning research strategy, projects, and progress.
In a subsequent meeting, the generalist evaluators, Robert Johnston (Chair), Mary O’Kane and Heidi Dreyer, together with the scientific experts, addressed matters such as organisation and management, finance, interaction between industry partners and the university, and educational activities.
In addition, the whole evaluation team met with 10 PhD students, discussing their background, research topics and experiences in SAFER.
This is the Stage 2 Report, which is written by the centre.
SAFER is the open innovation arena where researchers and expertise work together to create safe mobility. Our traffic safety approach covers people, vehicles and the infrastructure – and together we contribute to safer road transports and smarter, more sustainable cities.