Final measures (Deliverable 5.5)
Report, 2020

The main objective of WP5 has been to run a set of field trials with naïve users (i.e. not experts involved in the development of the measures) for all nudging and coaching measures developed in WP2-4. Then, given the outcome of the field trials, the task has been to analyse which impacts these measures may have on road safety along with the cost of implementing them in vehicle fleets and/or infrastructure. All these activities have taken place in Tasks 5.4 (Data collection) and 5.6 (Data analysis).

coaching

nudging

traffic safety

cycling safety

Author

Mikael Ljung Aust

Volvo Cars

Niccolò Baldanzini

University of Florence

bram bakker

Cygnify BV

Moritz Berghaus

Institute for Automotive Engineering (ika)

Sabine Bertleff

Institute for Automotive Engineering (ika)

Ayse Cetin

Institute for Automotive Engineering (ika)

Saskia de Craen

Institute for Road Safety Research (SWOV)

Marianne Dyer

Shell Global Solutions International

Pär Gustavsson

Volvo Cars

Jordanka Kovaceva

Chalmers, Mechanics and Maritime Sciences, Vehicle Safety

Anna-Lena Köhler

Institute for Automotive Engineering (ika)

Stefan Ladwig

Institute for Automotive Engineering (ika)

Henrik Liers

VUFO

Matin Nabavi Niaki

Institute for Road Safety Research (SWOV)

Norah Neuhuber

Virtual Vehicle Research Center

Olaf Op den Camp

Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research (TNO)

Alberto Perticone

University of Florence

M. Schneller

Institute for Automotive Engineering (ika)

Cedrik Sjöblom

Chalmers, Industrial and Materials Science, Design and Human Factors

Elizabeth Uduwa-Vidanalage

Shell Global Solutions International

Johann Ziegler

VUFO

Vincent de Waal

Heijmans Wegen BV

Pontus Wallgren

Chalmers, Industrial and Materials Science, Design and Human Factors

Marijke van Weperen

Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research (TNO)

Anders af Wåhlberg

Cranfield University

Measures for behaving safely in traffic (MeBeSafe)

European Commission (EC), 2017-05-01 -- 2020-10-31.

Driving Forces

Sustainable development

Areas of Advance

Transport

Subject Categories

Infrastructure Engineering

Interaction Technologies

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