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Analysis of Swedish and Dutch accident data on cyclist injuries in cyclist-car collisions

SWOV researcher Bos and Davidse coauthored the article 'Analysis of Swedish and Dutch accident data on cyclist injuries in cyclist-car collisions' in the magazine Traffic Injury Prevention.

Analysis of Swedish and Dutch accident data on cyclist injuries in cyclist-car collisions

Publication/article
Published: 2019 : Leo, C.; Klug, C.; Ohlin, M,; Bos, N.M.; Davidse, R.J.; Linder, A.
Tags: Road safety in numbers, Transport mode, Bicycle, Passenger car, International,
Objective: To reduce the number of severe injuries sustained by cyclists in crashes with vehicles, it is important to understand which kinds of injuries are occurring to identify what should be...

Determinants and barriers of walking, cycling and using Personal e-Transporters: a survey in nine European cities

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Published: 2019 (CEDR): De Ceunynck, T.; Wijlhuizen, G.J.; Fyhri, A.; Gerike, R.; Köhler, D.; Ciccone, A.; Dijkstra, A.; Commandeur, J.; Dupont, E.; Cools, M.
This report describes the results of an extensive online survey that has been conducted to collect empirical data on the psychological determinants and barriers of a travel mode shift in favour of...

LEVITATE Deliverables: The potential safety impacts of ADAS technologies

The predicted impacts of several ADAS are compared with the actual observed impacts, giving insight in prediction errors.

Motorcycle Safety in Africa

Fred Engineering, in association with SWOV, has been awarded a Worldbank contract for the project ‘Motorcycle Safety in Africa’.

The MEDIATOR project explained in animation

Watch the animation explaining what the MEDIATOR project is about. 

Analysing noisy driver physiology real-time using off-the-shelf sensors: Heart rate analysis software from the Taking the Fast Lane Project

SWOV researcher van Nes coauthored the article 'Analysing noisy driver physiology real-time using off-the-shelf sensors: Heart rate analysis software from the Taking the Fast Lane Project' in the...

The potential of naturalistic driving for in-depth understanding of driver behavior: UDRIVE results and beyond

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Published: 2019 : Nes, N. van; Bärgman, J.; Christoph, M.; Schagen, I. van
Tags: Transport mode, Powered two-wheeler, Passenger car, Freight and delivery traffic, Risks, Technology & ITS, Human behaviour in traffic,
Within the UDRIVE project, a rich cross-European naturalistic driving database was created which includes everyday driving data on car and truck drivers and powered two-wheeler riders. The database...

Using naturalistic data to study time headway behind motorcycles and other vehicles

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Published: 2019 : Winkelbauer, M; Donabauer, M.; Pommer, A.; Jansen, R.
Tags: Technology & ITS, Human behaviour in traffic, International,
Roughly 10% of motorcycle accidents in Austria are rear-end collisions. One explanatory factor for this could be short time headway, hence this research project. Naturalistic research provides a...