Final testing protocols

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Jan Jacobson
Henrik Eriksson
Jacques Hérard
Susanna Leandersson-Olsson
Lars Nordström
Rafael Basso
Krister Fredriksson
Josep Maria Dalmau
Andres Aparicio
Sebastien Baures
Oscar Munoz
Micha Lesemann
Adrian Zlocki
Jörn Lützow
Felix Fahrenkrog
Håkan Andersson
Daniel Westhoff
Mauro Vesco
Isabella Camuffo
Silvano Marenco
Vincenzo Murdocco
Javier Sanchez
Lucia Isasi

This report is the final document summarizing the inspection and testing protocols of the eVALUE project. It describes principles, inspection protocols and testing protocols for performance testing of ICT-based safety systems. The inspection protocols (published earlier in D2.2) and the testing protocols introduced in D3.1 are replaced by the ones in D3.2. The older versions are obsolete and should be disregarded. The inspection protocols cover the definition of the test vehicle, HMI aspects, environmental conditions, and functional safety. The inspection protocols are used to prepare for the physical tests as well as evaluating the performance of the vehicle. The testing protocols address longitudinal, lateral, and stability-oriented traffic scenarios. The longitudinal scenarios include a pedestrian crossing the road in front of the vehicle, or the situation where a driver approaches a stationary queue of cars. Involuntarily lane departures and cars in the blind spot during a lane change are situations covered by the lateral scenarios. Exiting a highway, avoiding an obstacle, and braking on a partially ice-covered road surface are examples of traffic scenarios related to stability.

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