Dive right into the 31 public deliverables of the i-DREAMS project by following up on this interesting interview series. This time, we focus on deliverable 3.3, which focuses on the toolbox of recommended interventions to assist drivers in maintaining a Safety Tolerance Zone.
The i-DREAMS project aims to set up a framework for the definition, development, testing and validation of a context-aware safety envelope for driving called the ‘Safety Tolerance Zone’. The conceptual framework of the i-DREAMS platform integrates aspects of monitoring (such as context, operator, vehicle, task complexity and coping capacity), to develop a Safety Tolerance Zone for driving. Real-time (in-vehicle) interventions and post-trip interventions will help to maintain the Safety Tolerance Zone and provide feedback to the driver.
This conceptual framework will be tested in simulator studies and three stages of on-road trials in Belgium, Germany, Greece, Portugal and the United Kingdom with a total of 600 participants representing car, bus, truck, tram and train drivers.
The main purpose of this deliverable is to explain how exactly the real-time and the post-trip interventions provided by the i-DREAMS platform are operationalized.