Found 5 documents.

Cyclists’ intentions to yield for automated cars at intersections when they have right of way: Results of an experiment using high-quality video animations

Tags: Transport mode, Bicycle, Passenger car, Technology & ITS, Human behaviour in traffic,
SWOV researcher Van der Kint co-authored the article 'Cyclists’ intentions to yield for automated cars at intersections when they have right of way: Results of an experiment using high-quality video...

SafeVRU: Safe interaction of automated vehicles with vulnerable road users

Projectnr: S17.05B | Status: Active, Start date: 01 Jul 2016, End date: 01 Jul 2020
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Tags: Transport mode, Pedestrian, Bicycle, Passenger car, Technology & ITS, Human behaviour in traffic, International,
It is a fact that there is little known about the interaction between automated vehicles and vulnerable road users. What do cyclists and pedestrians expect of self-driving cars? SWOV has been... Read... Read more

Interaction between drivers and cyclists: social attribution

Projectnr: S17.10-b | Status: Active, Start date: 01 Jan 2017, End date: 31 Dec 2017
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Tags: Bicycle, Passenger car, Human behaviour in traffic,
Every once in a while suggestions are made to deregulate traffic situations, with the idea that this will result in more alertness and more "social" behaviour (e.g. Shared Space). However, no account... Read more

SWOV investigates cyclist and pedestrian behaviour towards automated vehicles

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Tags: Transport mode, Pedestrian, Bicycle, Passenger car, Risks, Technology & ITS, Human behaviour in traffic, International,
Fietsers en voetgangers zijn er nog niet zeker van dat automatisch rijdende auto’s hen zullen zien en voor hen zullen stoppen. Zolang zij daarvan niet overtuigd zijn, zullen zij zich over het...

Safe interaction between cyclists, pedestrians and autonomous vehicles

Projectnr: S17.05 | Status: Active, Start date: 01 Jan 2017, End date: 31 Dec 2017
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Tags: Pedestrian, Bicycle, Passenger car, Technology & ITS, Human behaviour in traffic,delft
From the point of view of cyclists and pedestrians, this study examines the interaction between these vulnerable road users and motorized 'smart' – and in the longer term – automated vehicles. Crash... Read more