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Title: Field operational trials in the UK
Authors: Welsh, Ruth
Morris, Andrew
Reed, Steven
Lenard, James
Birrell, Stewart A.
Issue Date: 2012
Publisher: © Taylor & Francis (CRC Press)
Citation: WELSH, R. ... et al., 2012. Field operational trials in the UK. IN: Stanton, N.A. (ed.) Advances in Human Aspects of Road and Rail Transportation. Taylor & Francis (CRC Press), pp. 725 - 734.
Series/Report no.: Advances in Human Factors and Ergonomics Series;
Abstract: Significant research and development in Europe in recent years has been focused on Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS). Many ITS functions are available on portable navigators and Smartphones and their market penetration is increasing considerably. Nevertheless no standards directly related to the use of Aftermarket and Nomadic Devices in vehicles exist and there is little published knowledge about their impact on the driver behavior. Field Operational Trials (FOTs) being undertaken within Europe, funded under the EU TeleFOT project, are assessing the impact that such devices have focusing upon 4 domains; Safety, Mobility, Efficiency and the Environment. User uptake and acceptance is also being considered. This paper describes the UK FOTs and presents examples of analyses using the different data sources available at the time of writing.
Description: Closed access. This is a chapter from the book, Advances in Human Aspects of Road and Rail Transportation.
Version: Published
URI: https://dspace.lboro.ac.uk/2134/16721
Publisher Link: http://www.crcpress.com/product/isbn/9781439871232
ISBN: 978-1-4398-7123-2
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