National In-depth Road Accident Database

​The objective of this project is to collect new real-world road accident data and to make the collected data available to the Swedish road safety research community. Road safety constantly presents new issues and challenges that require recent in-depth data, to support potentially life-saving research. Creating a transparent and independent in-depth road accident dataset benefits the road users, in terms of new interventions and life-saving policies and less suffering. The data collected in this project during a period of 2 years is performed in scheduled shifts represent 24 hours a day 365 days a year. The in-depth data is collected in the area of Gothenburg and the 6 municipalities around. The on-scene investigation team is stationed at Safer Lindholmen. The investigation team conduct the data collection using the DaCoTA method.

Participants

Helen Fagerlind (contact)

Projektledare at Applied Mechanics, Vehicle Safety, Traffic Safety Data

Jan-Ove Åsbogård

Forskningsingenjör at Applied Mechanics, Vehicle Safety, Traffic Safety Data

András Bálint

Forskare at Applied Mechanics, Vehicle Safety, Traffic Safety Data

Karin Brolin

Biträdande professor at Applied Mechanics, Vehicle Safety, Person Injury Prevention

Li Hagström

Forskningsingenjör at Applied Mechanics, Vehicle Safety, Traffic Safety Data

Kristian Holmqvist

at Unknown organization

Jan Martinsson

Forskningsingenjör at Applied Mechanics, Vehicle Safety, Traffic Safety Data

Hans Norin

Projektledare at Applied Mechanics, Vehicle Engineering and Autonomous Systems

Funding

Swedish Research Council (VR)

Funding years 2012–2014

Related Areas of Advance and Infrastructure

Transport

Area of Advance

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Latest update

2015-12-15