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Naturalistic DrivingA New Method of Data CollectionLakeside ConferenceOktober 6 - 8, 2010


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Naturalistic DrivingA New Method of Data CollectionLakeside ConferenceOktober 6 - 8, 2010


Naturalistic Observation10/22/2010 4


Why now?1 t 0,5 g5MB 32GB1: 13,000,000,000IBM 305 RAMAC, 1956PROLOGUE at TRAConference, Brussels22.10.2010 5


Results so far ….• 100 car study– 78 own (125$ p.m.), 22 leased– 12-13 months each– 2 Mio km, 43,000 hours– 80% of crashes, 65% near misses:driver looked away10/22/2010 6


Results so far ….• Beusen et al. 2009– eco-driving evaluation– 30 cars, 10 deliver data– 10 months– 5.8% less fuel consumption in after-period– strong inter-individual difference10/22/2010 7


Results so far ….• Hanovsky et al. 2009– heavy trucks, driving hours– 103 drivers, 12 weeks each, 2.3 Mio miles– 819 critical incidents, 12 crashes, 12 tyrestrikes,85 near-crashes and 710 crashrelated– 1,73 more critical incidents in 1st than in 11thhour10/22/2010 8


Results so far ….• Prato et al. 2009– 62 families, 12 months– risk factors:•male• solo driving• risk prone parents• exposure by night10/22/2010 9


Results to be expected10/22/2010 10


Results to be expected– Driver distraction and inattention– Drowsiness and fatigue– In-vehicle systems– Lane change behaviour– Driver characteristics (age, experience,personality) and states (diseases)– Eco-driving– Traffic flow/traffic management10/22/2010 11


PROLOGUEOrganisational Framework• European Research project– Funded by the European Commission within the 7 thFramework Programme– Duration: August 2009 – July 2011– 9 partners– 7 countriesPROLOGUE at Lakeside Conference,AustriaSheet 12


PROLOGUE - WP 1Identification of potential areas of application and researchquestions• Questionnaire survey• Catalogue of application• research topicsPROLOGUE at Lakeside Conference,Austria13


PROLOGUE - WP 2Methodological, technical and organisationalissues and requirements• Data storage and management methods must consider– In-vehicle data storage– Central storage, data transfer, back-up– Database creation– Database requirements– Data Quality• Data analysis tools– must provide the relevant functions– developing area – no prescriptive approach– custom software to meet analytical needsPROLOGUE at Lakeside Conference,AustriaSheet 14


PROLOGUE - WP 2Methodological, technical and organisationalissues and requirements• Recommendations were made for:– the selection of vehicles and participations– variables to be measured– possible study designs– statistical analysis methods– organisational issues– legal and ethical issuesPROLOGUE at Lakeside Conference,AustriaSheet 15


PROLOGUE WP3Small scale field trialsMonths6‐78‐16Green BoxMobileye--------Young Drivers(novice,experienced,Group model)Audio-VideoG-based-------Novice DriversSite-basedVideoCameras+Audio-VideoG-basedARGOSInstrumentedcar17‐18FCWLDWPROLOGUE at Lakeside Conference,AustriaSheet 16


PROLOGUE - WP 3“P-drive” system• Variables measured:– Acceleration–Braking– Lateral forces– Speed– GPS-positionPROLOGUE at Lakeside Conference,AustriaSheet 17


PROLOGUE - WP 3“Green box”• Variables measured:– Performance variables– Behavioural observed measures (events)– Behavioural inferred measures– Situational variables– Outcomes e.g. interaction among road usersPROLOGUE at Lakeside Conference,AustriaSheet 18


PROLOGUE - WP 4Recommendations for a large scale Europeannaturalistic observation study• Objectives– to extract the lessons learned relevant for a large-scaleEuropean naturalistic study– to specify the principles of and recommendations for alarge-scale naturalistic study– to summarise the main findings and experiences in WP1-3and WP5PROLOGUE at Lakeside Conference,AustriaSheet 19


PROLOGUE - WP 5Stakeholder involvement and dissemination ofresults• Finished and planned Deliverables:– Corporate design– Brochure– Website– Video– Newsletters– WorkshopsPROLOGUE at Lakeside Conference,AustriaSheet 20


2 BE SAFE– Powered two-wheeler behaviour and safety– FP7-funded– 29 partners– 14 countriesPROLOGUE at Lakeside Conference,AustriaSheet 21


2 BE SAFE objectives– analyze the crash causes and human error– world’s first naturalistic riding study– to examine PTW riders’ perception andacceptance of risk– to develop new research tools– to develop recommendations for practicalcountermeasures for enhancing PTW ridersafetyPROLOGUE at Lakeside Conference,AustriaSheet 22


www.prologue-eu.euFind moreinformationon our website!PROLOGUE at Lakeside Conference,Austria23


PROLOGUE workshop• November 18, 2010 11:00 – 16:00• Hotel Strudlhof, Vienna• Governmental, research, insurance, carindurstry,environmental, roadadministration, …• together with bfu and BAST10/22/2010 24


Thank youfor your attention!ContactKuratorium für Verkehrssicherheit (KfV)Martin Winkelbauer+43 5 77 0 77 - 1214martin.winkelbauer@kfv.atwww.kfv.at

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