The pre-study focused on two key factors a) avoiding a crash involving bicyclists and b) reduce shoulder injuries in the event when a crash cannot be avoided. Our hypothesis is that many crashes involving cyclist could
Author(s)
M Larsson, H Stigson, M Fagerström, N-K Persson, G Brynell, K Samuelsson, E Hamrin Senorski
Year of publication
2021
Author(s)
Jonas Andersson, Azra Habibovic, Daban Rizgary
Published in
De Gruyter Oldenbourg
Year of publication
2021
Engaging in non-driving related tasks (NDRTs) while driving can be considered distracting and safety detrimental. However, with the introduction of highly automated driving systems that relieve drivers from driving, more NDRTs will be feasible. In fact,
Author(s)
Maria Klingegard, Jonas Andersson, Azra Habibovic, Emma Nilsson, Annie Rydstrom
Published in
IEEE Access
Year of publication
2021
There is an increasing automation in road transport, involving introduction of fully automated vehicles (AV) in some areas. Organizations that introduce automated vehicles need support on how to develop a sustainable safety culture with zero accidents.
Author(s)
Christina Stave
Year of publication
2021
This paper presents initial work on a context-dependent driver distraction detection algorithm called AttenD2.0, which extends the original AttenD algorithm with elements from the Minimum Required Attention (MiRA) theory. Central to the original AttenD algorithm is
Author(s)
Christer Ahlström, George Georgoulas, Katja Kircher
Published in
IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems
Year of publication
2021
The objective of this study was to compare the development of sleepiness during manual driving versus level 2 partially automated driving, when driving on a motorway in Sweden. The hypothesis was that partially automated driving will
Author(s)
Christer Ahlström, Raimondas Zemblys, Herman Jansson, Christian Forsberg, Johan Karlsson, Anna Anund
Published in
Accident Analysis & Prevention
Year of publication
2021
Tens of millions are annually injured in Road Traffic Accidents (RTAs) worldwide, while the estimated number of RTA fatalities amounted to 1.35 million in 2016. In Europe, car occupants hold the largest share (48%) of fatalities
Author(s)
Alexandros Leledakis
Published in
Chalmers University of Technology
Year of publication
2021
As the vehicle fleet becomes more equipped with crash avoidance systems, the proportion of crashes preceded by evasive manoeuvres is expected to increase. In an evasive manoeuvre, occupant position and posture can be influenced by the
Author(s)
Emma Larsson
Published in
Chalmers tekniska högskola
Year of publication
2021
Since the rapid outbreak and continued global spread of the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) in 2020, aspects of much of our day-to-day life in society has been impacted – our workplaces are no exception. Due to the
Author(s)
Arne Nåbo, Musa Hadi, Emma Johansson, Stas Krupenia, Annika Larsson, Arun Muthumani, Mikael Söderman
Year of publication
2020
Three dimensional (3D) textiles are finding their way into fibre reinforced composite applications, and for good reasons; they can eliminate the hazard of delamination and enable complex reinforcement shapes. There is therefore a need for engineering
Author(s)
Fredrik Stig, Stefan Hallström
Published in
Composite Structures
Year of publication
2020

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