Found 465 documents.

Driver profiles and situations

Publication/report
Published: 2018 (European Commission): Wesseling, S.; Adams, P.; Baker, A.; Bakker, B.; Craen, S. de; Jansen, R.J; Lillington, T.; Moertl, P.; Mons, C.; Neuhuber, N.; Nes, N. van; Schagen, I. van
Tags: Technology & ITS, Human behaviour in traffic,

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

Publication/article
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...

Effectiveness of low speed autonomous emergency braking in real-world rear-end crashes

Publication/article
Published: 2015 : Fildes, B.; Keall, M.; Bos, N.; Lie, A.; Page, Y.; Pastor, C.; Pennisi, L.; Rizzi, M.; Thomas, P.; Tingvall, C.
Tags: Risks, Technology & ITS,
This study set out to evaluate the effectiveness of low speed autonomous emergency braking (AEB) technology in current model passenger vehicles, based on real-world crash experience. The validating...

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

Publication/article
Published: 2018 : 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...

A conceptual model for persuasive in-vehicle technology to influence tactical level driver behaviour

Publication/article
Published: 2019 : Gent, P. van; Farah, H.; Nes, N. van; Arem, B. van
Tags: Technology & ITS, Human behaviour in traffic,
Persuasive in-vehicle systems aim to intuitively influence the attitudes and/or behaviour of a driver (i.e. without forcing them). However, the challenge in using these systems in a driving setting... Read more

Hoe reageren fietsers op zelfrijdende auto’s?

Publication/report R-2018-21
Published: 2018 (SWOV): Vlakveld, W.P.; Kint, S. van der
Tags: Transport mode, Bicycle, Passenger car, Technology & ITS, Human behaviour in traffic,Behaviour; cycle; cyclist; cycling; car; autonomous driving; control; automatic; autonomous vehicle; cross...
Fietsers voelen zich bij een dreigend conflict met een zelfrijdende auto onzekerder dan bij een dreigend conflict met een traditionele auto. Dit blijkt uit het feit dat ze bij een kritische situatie... Read more

The effects of using mobile phones and navigation systems during driving

Publication/dissertation
Published: 2018 (SWOV): Knapper, A.
Tags: Risks, Technology & ITS,

Multi-level driver workload prediction using machine learning and off-the-shelf sensors

Publication/article
Published: 2018 : Gent, P. van; Melman, T.; Farah, H.; Nes, N. van; Arem, B. van
Tags: Technology & ITS, Human behaviour in traffic,
The present study aims to add to the literature on driver workload prediction using machine learning methods. The main aim is to develop workload prediction on a multi-level basis, rather than a...

Naturalistic Driving-onderzoek bij de SWOV

Publication/article
Published: 2013 : Knapper, A; Nes, N. van; Christoph, M.
Tags: Technology & ITS, Human behaviour in traffic,

Sustainable Safety 3rd edition – The advanced vision for 2018-2030

Publication/report
isbn: 978-90-73946-17-0
Published: 2018 (SWOV): SWOV
Tags: Transport mode, Pedestrian, Bicycle, Passenger car, Risks, Infrastructure, Technology & ITS, Policy, Human behaviour in traffic, Enforcement, Education,Traffic; safety; sustainable safety; theory...
The vision of Sustainable Safety is an optimal approach to improve road safety, originating from the Netherlands. It is a vision that is shared by many road safety professionals. A sustainably safe...