The transport industry must find solutions to reduce its impact on climate change. A promising way to reduce the weight of vehicles and therefore to reduce the CO2 emissions is to introduce components made of lightweight
Author(s)
T. Bru
Year of publication
2018
Experience-rich input in early phases of a design process can offer valuable information and inspiration to designers. However, there are methodological challenges linked with efforts to understand future user experiences. Experience encompasses multilayered and tacit data,
Author(s)
I. Pettersson
Year of publication
2018
Single-vehicle run-off-road crashes are a major traffic safety concern, as they are associated with a high proportion of fatal outcomes. In addressing run-off-road crashes, the development and evaluation of advanced driver assistance systems requires test scenarios
Author(s)
D. Nilsson, M. Lindman, T. Victor, M. Dozza
Published in
Accident Analysis & Prevention
Year of publication
2018
Introduction: Intersections are a global traffic safety concern. In the United States, around half of all fatal road traffic accidents take place at intersections or were related to them. In the European Union, about one fifth
Author(s)
U. Sander
Year of publication
2018
Active transportation - such as cycling - can provide health benefits to the population. However, cycling safety remains a major threat to favour the use of bicycles and, for this reason, more efforts are needed to
Author(s)
G. F. Bianchi Piccinini, C. Moretto, H. Zhou, M. Itoh
Published in
Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour
Year of publication
2018
Run-off-road crashes have been identified as a major concern for automobile safety and several advanced driver assistance systems (ADASs) targeting run-off-road crashes are on the market today. Assessment of ADASs require relevant test scenarios and valid
Author(s)
D. Nilsson
Year of publication
2017
Video and time series data collected through Video Event Recorder (VER) equipment installed in vehicles have been identified as a valuable source for insights into the causation of crashes. Previous collaborations with a commercial company providing
Author(s)
Piccinini G, Bärgman J
Year of publication
2018
Author(s)
Happee R, De Winter JCF
Year of publication
2017
Occupants have already in today’s cars the opportunity to choose various reclined seatingpositions. As highly automated driving (HAD) vehicles are introduced on the market, thepossibility to sit in reclined positions will increase. The car manufacturers will
Author(s)
Hagberg A, Jodlovsky S
Published in
Examensarbete at Luleå University of Technology
Year of publication
2017
Author(s)
Östling M
Published in
Presentation at SAFER Lunch Seminar 5 Apr 2018
Year of publication
2018

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