Christian-Nils Åkerberg Boda

Showing 16 publications

2020

How do drivers negotiate intersections with pedestrians? The importance of pedestrian time-to-arrival and visibility

Marco Dozza, Christian-Nils Åkerberg Boda, Prateek Thalya et al
Accident Analysis and Prevention
Journal article
2020

How do oncoming traffic and cyclist lane position influence cyclist overtaking by drivers?

Alexander Rasch, Christian-Nils Åkerberg Boda, Prateek Thalya et al
Accident Analysis and Prevention. Vol. 142
Journal article
2020

A computational driver model to predict driver control at unsignalised intersections

Christian-Nils Åkerberg Boda, Esko Lehtonen, Marco Dozza
IEEE Access
Journal article
2020

Modelling discomfort: How do drivers feel when cyclists cross their path?

Christian-Nils Åkerberg Boda, Marco Dozza, Pablo Puente Guillen et al
Accident Analysis and Prevention
Journal article
2020

How do drivers overtake pedestrians? Evidence from field test and naturalistic driving data

Alexander Rasch, Gabriele Panero, Christian-Nils Åkerberg Boda et al
Accident Analysis and Prevention. Vol. 139
Journal article
2018

Modelling how drivers respond to a bicyclist crossing their path at an intersection: How do test track and driving simulator compare?

Christian-Nils Åkerberg Boda, Marco Dozza, Katarina Bohman et al
Accident Analysis and Prevention. Vol. 111, p. 238-250
Journal article
2017

An Open-Source Data Logger for Field Cycling Collection: Design and Evaluation

Christian-Nils Åkerberg Boda, Alexander Rasch, Marco Dozza
Proceedings of the 6th International Cycling Safety Conference, Davis CA, USA. Sept. 21-22, 2017
Paper in proceedings
2017

How do drivers negotiate intersections with pedestrians? Fractional factorial design in an open-source driving simulator

Marco Dozza, Christian-Nils Åkerberg Boda, Leila Jaber et al
Proceeding of the Road Safety and Simulation International Conference, RSS2017, 17-19 October 2017
Paper in proceedings
2017

Counterfactual simulations applied to SHRP2 crashes: The effect of driver behavior models on safety benefit estimations of intelligent safety systems

Jonas Bärgman, Christian-Nils Åkerberg Boda, Marco Dozza
Accident Analysis and Prevention. Vol. 102, p. 165-180
Journal article
2017

Using Wireless Communication to Control Road-user Interactions in the Real World

Marco Dozza, Christian-Nils Åkerberg Boda, Jonas Bärgman
Proceeding of the Road Safety and Simulation International Conference, RSS2017, 17-19 October 2017
Paper in proceedings
2015

On the Potential of Accelerating an Electrified Lead Vehicle to Mitigate Rear-End Collisions

Adithya Arikere, Christian-Nils Åkerberg Boda, Jóna Marin Olafsdottir et al
Proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium on Future Active Safety Technology Towards zero traffic accidents, 2015, p. 377-384
Paper in proceedings
2013

BikeCOM – A cooperative safety application supporting cyclists and drivers at intersections

Marco Dozza, Per Gustafsson, Linus Lindgren et al
Proceedings of the 3rd Conference of Driver Distraction and Inattention, Gothenbrug, 4-6 September, 2013
Paper in proceedings
2013

Using manual measurements on event recorder video and image processing algorithms to extract optical parameters.

Jonas Bärgman, Julia Werneke, Christian-Nils Åkerberg Boda et al
Proceedings of the Seventh International Driving Symposium on Human Factors in Driver Assessment, Training and Vehicle Design, p. 177-183
Paper in proceedings

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2015–2020

DIV - Driver Interaction with Vulnerable Road Users

Marco Dozza Accident Prevention
Christian-Nils Åkerberg Boda Accident Prevention
Autoliv AB
Toyota Motor Europe

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