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|Title: ||Recommendations for a large-scale European naturalistic driving observation study. PROLOGUE Deliverable D4.1.|
|Authors: ||Sagberg, Fridulv|
van Nes, Nicole
|Issue Date: ||2011|
|Publisher: ||© TØI Institute of Transport Economics|
|Citation: ||SAGBERG, F. ... et al., 2011. Recommendations for a large-scale European naturalistic driving observation study. PROLOGUE Deliverable D4.1. TØI Institute of Transport Economics, Oslo, Norway.|
|Abstract: ||Naturalistic driving observation is a relatively new research method using advanced
technology for in-vehicle unobtrusive recording of driver (or rider) behaviour during ordinary
driving in traffic. This method yields unprecedented knowledge primarily related
to road safety, but also to environmentally friendly driving/riding and to traffic management.
Distraction, inattention and sleepiness are examples of important safety-related
topics where naturalistic driving is expected to provide great added value compared to
traditional research methods.
In order to exploit the full benefits of the naturalistic driving approach it is recommended
to carry out a large-scale European naturalistic driving study. The EU project
PROLOGUE has investigated the feasibility and value of carrying out such a study, and
the present deliverable summarises recommendations based on the PROLOGUE project.|
|Description: ||The project Promoting real Life Observations for Gaining Understanding of road user behaviour in Europe – for short PROLOGUE (Seventh Framework Programme of the European Commission) - aims to contribute to reducing the number of road casualties in Europe by further developing and testing the naturalistic observation methodology. Deliverable D4.1. www.prologue-eu.eu|
|Publisher Link: ||http://www.prologue-eu.eu/fileadmin/content/Dokumente/PROLOGUE_D4.1_01.pdf|
|Appears in Collections:||Official Reports (Design School)|
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