We are witnessing rapid changes in the transport landscape that have resulted in a gap between the quality of data available and what is needed from stakeholders. Therefore, this pre-study aims to increase the knowledge about
Author(s)
Magnus Larsson, Ary P. Silvano
Year of publication
2022
Heterogeneous project is a collaboration between VTI, Chalmers, Volvo AB and Volvo Cars to study the coupling relationship between different automated driving behaviours and manual driving behaviour. The aim of Heterogenous project is to develop methods
Author(s)
Jiali Fu
Year of publication
2022
This study investigates interactive behaviors and communication cues of heavy goods vehicles (HGVs) and vulnerable road users (VRUs) such as pedestrians and cyclists as a means of informing the interactive capabilities of highly automated HGVs. Following
Author(s)
Victor Fabricius, Azra Habibovic, Daban Rizgary, Jonas Andersson, Pontus Wärnestål
Published in
Front. Robot. AI
Year of publication
2022
New cooperative intelligent transportation system (C-ITS) applications become enabled thanks to advances in communication technologies between vehicles(V2V) and with the infrastructure (V2I). Communicating vehicles share information with each other and cooperate, which results in improved safety,
Author(s)
Galina Sidorenko
Published in
Halmstad University Press
Year of publication
2022
Deep learning algorithms are becoming the state-of-the-art technology used in the perception functions of AD and ADAS. With the safety assurance of level 5 AD systems the perception of the environment and especially dynamic objects becomes
Author(s)
Jörg Bakker
Year of publication
2022
Driver fatigue is a major cause of car accidents, and the prevention of fatigue is a major goal in the automotive industry. To reach the goal of zero traffic-accident fatalities, developing innovative solutions to prevent fatigue
Author(s)
Anna Sjörs Dahlman, Mikael Ljung Aust, Dan Hasson, My Weidel, Yaniv Mama
Year of publication
2022
Introduction: The number of cyclist fatalities makes up 3% of all fatalities globally and 7.8% in the European Union. Cars overtaking cyclists on rural roads are complex situations. Miscommunication and misunderstandings between road users may lead
Author(s)
Prateek Thalya
Year of publication
2021
Computational human body models (HBMs) of drivers for pre-crash simulations need active shoulder muscle control, and volunteer data are lacking. The goal of this paper was to build shoulder muscle dynamic spatial tuning patterns, with a
Author(s)
Jason B. Fice, Emma Larsson, Johan Davidsson
Published in
Front. Bioeng. Biotechnol.
Year of publication
2021
Deaths caused by road traffic crashes worldwide increased from 1.15 to 1.35 million from 2000 to 2016 [1]. Passenger car occupants account for the majority of these deaths [2]. In frontal impacts, the thorax is the
Author(s)
Ekant Mishra, Aarti Ranmal, Nils Lubbe
Published in
IRCOBI Asia 2021 (IRC-A-21-20)
Year of publication
2021
Year of publication
2021

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