Vehicle Design for Pedestrian Protection
The Centre for Automotive Safety Research at the University of Adelaide, Australia, has released a report that examines regulation of vehicle design as it relates to the protection of a pedestrian in the event of a collision. The report explores current approaches and activities associated with regulation in this area, including European and Japanese regulations. The report also compares the proposed European Directive for the regulation of the design of vehicle frontal protection systems to reduce the risk of injury to a pedestrian in a collision with the Australian standard for vehicle frontal protection systems.
This Summary Last Modified On: 4/22/2011