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|Title: ||FESTA. D2.2. Data requirements for FOT Methodology, AR2599|
|Authors: ||FESTA Consortium|
|Issue Date: ||2008|
|Publisher: ||© FESTA|
|Citation: ||FESTA CONSTORTIUM, 2008. FESTA. D2.2. Data requirements for FOT Methodology, AR2599.|
|Abstract: ||This deliverable will define the requirements for data handling (quantitative and
qualitative) throughout the entire “methodology chain” during an FOT:
Data upload and quality assurance
Database storage and data management
Valuable input for this work has come from international sources of FOT experience
such as the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute (UMTRI),
Virginia Tech Transportation Institute, the Volpe centre, and others.
Results presented here include data acquisition system (DAS) requirements.
Different types of logging needs (for different purposes) will be considered, such as
vehicle systems testing, real-time traffic information functions, and vehicle-toinfrastructure
Experiences from state-of-the-art FOTs on DAS covered: sensors, video logging,
vehicle dynamics, vehicle network logging, radar, driver behaviour, system
performance, and qualitative data (interviews, questionnaires, and background
information). Background information on involved concepts, as well as suggestions
on how to arrive at FOT specific requirements, are provided. Aspects of OEM and
systems provider co-operation and proprietary issues are handled, as well as issues
with personal integrity and privacy.
Further, technical information on data storage, database design, quality management
procedures, and suggestions for data analysis tools is provided.|
|Description: ||Please see the report for a full list of authors. This report is also available at http://www.its.leeds.ac.uk/festa/downloads.pp|
|Appears in Collections:||Official Reports (Design School)|
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