Current advanced driver assistance systems are not yet very common in the market. In addition, many systems are not offered as standard equipment. One possible buying incentive for the customer is a consideration of the features in the milage award by the insurance. This requires that the effect to reduce material damage may be knownof the new assistance and safety systems before those systems are available in the market.
As a part of this project a survey method based on real life accident data has to be developed, which allows use of the material damage analysis for the development of driver assistance systems. This is the customer value of driver assistance systems, derived from avoided damage.
- Review and preparation of databases
- Creating and using a valuation technique
- Validation of results