SafeAPP Working Group. Date: 06/11/2013 v2 Meeting: Car Connectivity Consortium Summit , Krakow Speaker and organisation: Theo Kamalski TomTom ([email protected]). Outline presentation. The Nomadic Device Forum raised the issue of driver distraction by APPs in 2010.
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The Nomadic Device Forum raised the issue of driver distraction by APPs in 2010.
Most APPs are not designed to be used by driverswhen executing their driver’s task,but
they hitchhike on Nomadic Devices into the car environment because customers wants to be connected everywhere and being on-line all the time also when driving the car.
Safe, smart and clean mobility with zero accidents, zero delays, no negative impact on the environment and connected and informed citizens, where products and services are affordable and seamless, privacy is respected and security is provided.
In the time period 2011-2020, the iMobility Forum estimates for ITS the following potential contributions for the EU:
30% reduction in the number of fatalities
30% reduction in the number of seriously injured persons
15% reduction of road traffic related congestion
20% improvements in energy-efficiency
50% increase in availability of real time traffic and travel information
Press release based on figures police of Oct distraction by APPs in 2010.15, 2011
In Dubai, traffic accidents fell 20 per cent from average rates on the days BlackBerry users were unable to use its messaging service.
In Abu Dhabi, the number of accidents this week fell 40 per cent and there were no fatal accidents.
On average there is a traffic accident every three minutes in Dubai, while in Abu Dhabi there is a fatal accident every two days.
Choice will depend on (potential) safety impact of APPs
Source: HMI WG
Origin of hardware and fixing
Responsibility of stakeholders
Assessment of compliance
Mode of operation and equipment configuration
Prioritization of messages