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Volume 231, 201812th International Road Safety Conference GAMBIT 2018 - “Road Innovations for Safety - The National and Regional Perspective”
|Number of page(s)||7|
|Section||Human factor in road safety|
|Published online||16 November 2018|
Influence of selected ITS services on the driver’s behaviour - results of simulation test carried out on top-of-the-range driving simulators
Motor Transport Institute, 80 Jagiellonska Str., 03-301 Warsaw, Poland
2 Lublin University of Technology, 38D Nadbystrzycka Str., 20 – 618 Lublin, Poland
* Corresponding author: firstname.lastname@example.org
The publication is a summary of the test results, using top-of-the-range driving simulators in RID 4D project. Experiment methodology and example of research results were presented in the article entitled: "The use of simulator studies to assess the impact of ITS services on the behaviour of the road users". The project was implemented as part of the Road Innovation Development (RID) program organized and financed by the National Centre for Research and Development and General Directorate of National Roads and Motorways (contract No. DZP/RID-I-41/7/NCBR/2016). The results of the research were used to assess the impact of ITS services on the driver’s behaviour and to calibrate the simulation software Visum/Saturn/Vissim. The result of a series of experiments is a set of data including speed, speed changes, the length of the road section on which the driver maintained constant speed and additional information on the driver’s behaviour. Information for the drivers was presented on boards and signs of variable content. The vehicle speed was analyzed along a distance of 200 m, 30 m, and then at the location spot of the variable content sign/board and 200 m after the sign. The data was also recorded in the case of the traditional speed-limiting sign.
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