Gränser för förartrygghet i korsningar (DCBIN)
Research Project , 2012 – 2015

The fundamental aim of this project is to obtain and apply naturalistic, on-road and test track data to define the comfort zone boundaries for drivers passing through intersections at times when LTAP encroachment might occur. By observing invariant driver behavior and documenting the factors that trigger within-driver variability, we aim to define the driver´s contextually-sensitive comfort zone boundaries. Definition of these boundaries and the dynamic factors that influence them will inform the design of adaptive ADAS systems for intersections.


Jonas Bärgman (contact)

Senior forskare vid Chalmers, Mechanics and Maritime Sciences, Vehicle Safety, Accident Prevention


Autoliv AB

Vårgårda, Sweden

Volvo Cars

Göteborg, Sweden



Funding Chalmers participation during 2012–2015

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