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Measures for behaving safely in traffic

Deliverables

Coaching methodology

Dissemination publication describing the coaching research methodology

Project website

Project website will be set up as one out of various media used for project communication.

Activity reports

Regular project updates. The means of circulating the updates will be specified within D.6.2. (M.12, M.24, M.36, M.42)

Final coaching scheme

Report detailing the final proposed coaching scheme

Vehicle Measures evaluation

Report describing the vehicle measures to be evaluated (M.15) as this workpackage includes virtual testing to make a pre-selection of possible solutions for implementation in a driver simulator, and to support the selection of test situations for the driver simulator studies. To complete the WP, tests in a driver simulator are performed, to make the final selection of those solutions that will be the basis for the field trials in WP5.

Final project report

Final project report

Report Infrastructure measures

Report summarising the infrastructure measures to be tested in WP5 Report itself will be classified as CO but will serve as basis for Journal Publications containing a scientific evaluation of adaptive and active infrastructure measures directed towards drivers, tested in virtual environment.

Specification of nudges

Report specifying the infrastructure and cyclist nudges to be tested in WP5 (M.30) The Report will be a scientific summary of design, testing, and final selection of infrastructure measures directed towards cyclists, to be used for field testing in WP5.

Report on effective feedback

Report outlining detailed protocols on exactly what feedback works most effectively when given to drivers in what specific situation/ context/ frequency

Integrated framework

Report describing the integrated framework, the user profiling, and the consequent design criteria for the feedback measures

Results of field trials

Report summarizing the results of field trials.

Final measures

Report summarising the final measures proposed, and their impact This summary will contain three elaborate sections adressing workpackages 2,3 & 4 in which measures will be developed and suggested for field tests in workpackage 5. Each of these three sections will summarize the results per field trial, define the measure´s impact and end up with an evaluation section pointing out recommendations on further neccessary improvements on the measures (as a direct learning resulting from the field trials). Costs of running the system: The costs of running the MeBeSafe countermeasures naturally need to be deduced from the positive economic impact they will have in 2020, in order to present a balanced picture of their total economic impact. Hence, this deliverable will additionally contain a countermeasure implementation cost estimate that is as precise as possible in 2020. This will provide the best support for future road safety investment decision making.

Report simulation environment

Report summarising results of evaluation in simulation environment (M.22). To complete the WP, tests in a driver simulator are performed, to make the final selection and evaluation of solutions that will be tested in the field trials in WP5.

Report test vehicles

Report will summarise results of evaluation in test vehicles (M.28) A test vehicle will be prepare with the nudging system developed in WP2 and preliminary tests to check the correct functioning of the system will be conducted before the field tests in WP5. This Deliverable will create a report on the evaluation of the results.

Driver profiles and situations

Report summarising the driver profiles and situations under which the coaching scheme will be tested

Trial design

Minimum trial duration and population size required, data collection parameters, i.e. what data needs to be collected and with which resolution and accuracy, instruments, data analysis plan, predetermined thresholds for whether the evaluated measure is effective in terms of influencing driver behaviour in the intended way (i.e. determine what the necessary level of impact on behaviour is to be judged successful).

App to induce behavioral change

App that provides retrospective feedback to professional HGVs drivers based on real-time measured driving behaviour

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Publications

Determining the effectiveness of measures that nudge people in traffic to behave more safely

Author(s): Marijke van Weperen (TNO) Olaf Op den Camp (TNO) Stefan Ladwig (ika, RWTH)
Published in: "proceedings of ""3rd International Conference on Human Interaction and Human Interaction and Emerging Technologies (IHIET 2020)""", 3rd | 2020 Aug 27th - 29th, 2020
Publisher: 3rd International Conference on Human Interaction and Human Interaction and Emerging Technologies (IHIET 2020)

MeBeSafe: Developing and testing infrastructure & car based nudges to improve cyclist safety

Author(s): Divera Twisk, SWOV | Stefanie de Hair-Buijssen, TNO
Published in: "proceedings of ""6th Annual International Cycling Safety Conference""", 6 | 2017 Sept 21st - 22nd, 2017
Publisher: 6th Annual International Cycling Safety Conference

Nudging the attention of drivers towards possibly hazardous situations

Author(s): Dr. Olaf Op den Camp, TNO | Ir. Jeroen Uittenbogaard, TNO | Prof. Dr. Phil. Maximilian Schwalm, ika | Dr. Bram Bakker, Cygnify | Marie-Christin Harre, OFFIS | Dr. Antonella Toffetti, CRF | Dr. Anita Fiorentino, FCA Italy
Published in: "proceedings of ""27th Aachen Colloquium Automobile and Engine Technology""", 27 | 2018 Oct 8th – 10th, 2018
Publisher: 27th Aachen Colloquium Automobile and Engine Technology

Nudging: The Art of Running a Minimal Interference Safety Play

Author(s): Dr. Phil. Mikael Ljung Aust, Volvo Cars | Prof. Dr. Phil. Maximilian Schwalm, ika
Published in: "proceedings of ""26th Aachen Colloquium Automobile and Engine Technology""", 26 | 2017 Oct 9th – 11th, 2017
Publisher: 26th Aachen Colloquium Automobile and Engine Technology

Slowing down speeders via dynamic infrastructure nudging measures

Author(s): Anna-Lena Köhler, ika | Dr. Stefan Ladwig, ika | Prof. Dr. Maximilian Schwalm, ika
Published in: "proceedings of ""1st International Conference on Human Systems Engineering and Design (Future Trends and Applications)""", 1 | 2018 Oct 25th – 27th, 2018
Publisher: 1st International Conference on Human Systems Engineering and Design (Future Trends and Applications)

Harsh braking by truck drivers: a comparison of thresholds and driving contexts using naturalistic driving data will be presented

Author(s): Reinier Jansen, SWOV
Published in: "proceedings of ""6th Humanist Conference""", 6 | 2018 June 13th - 14th, 2018
Publisher: 6th Humanist Conference

37th FISITA World Automotive Congress

Author(s): Dr. Olaf Op den Camp, TNO | Ir. Jeroen Uittenbogaard, TNO | Dr. Bram Bakker, Cygnify
Published in: "proceedings of ""37th FISITA World Automotive Congress""", 37 | 2018 Oct 2nd – 5th, 2018
Publisher: 37th FISITA World Automotive Congress

Haptic nudges to influence cyclist behaviour – an experimental study

Author(s): Pontus Wallgren (SAFER/ Chalmers)
Published in: "proceedings of ""8th International Cycling Safety Conference (ICSC2019)""", 8th | 2019 Nov 18th – 20th, 2019
Publisher: 8th International Cycling Safety Conference (ICSC2019)

Evaluation of Infrastructure and In-Vehicle Nudging Measures – Opportunities and Inhibitions

Author(s): Olaf Op den Camp (TNO) Anna-Lena Köhler, M.Sc. (ika) Dr. phil. Stefan Ladwig (ika) Milou van Mierlo (Heijmans)
Published in: "proceedings of ""28th Aachen Colloquium Automobile and Engine Technology 2019""", 28th | 2019 Oct 7th – 9th, 2019
Publisher: 28th Aachen Colloquium Automobile and Engine Technology 2019

Safety effects of lane marking nudge at a bicycle intersection

Author(s): Matin Nabavi Niaki (SWOV)
Published in: "proceedings of ""8th International Cycling Safety Conference (ICSC2019)""", 8th | 2019 Nov 18th – 20th, 2019
Publisher: 8th International Cycling Safety Conference (ICSC2019)

Technical requirements for real-time traffic detection and dynamic infrastructure measures for safer behaviour

Author(s): Moritz Berghaus (ISAC) Dr. Adrian Fazekas (ISAC) Prof. Dr. Markus Oeser (ISAC)
Published in: "proceedings of ""8th Transport Research Arena TRA 2020""", 8th | 2020, April 27th -30th, 2020
Publisher: 8th Transport Research Arena TRA 2020

Nudging bicyclists towards a safer behavior -Experiences from the MeBeSafe project

Author(s): Pontus Wallgren (SAFER/ Chalmers) MariAnne Karlsson (SAFER/ Chalmers) Viktor Bergh Alvergren (SAFER/ Chalmers
Published in: "proceedings of ""8th Transport Research Arena TRA 2020""", 8th | 2020, April 27th -30th, 2020
Publisher: 8th Transport Research Arena TRA 2020

Nudging Drivers Towards Higher Safety Margins – Applications of the H2020-project MeBESafe

Author(s): Anna-Lena Köhler, M.Sc. (ika) Olaf Op den Camp (TNO) Milou van Mierlo (Heijmans) Dr. phil. Stefan Ladwig (ika) Prof. Dr. phil. Maximilian Schwalm (ika)
Published in: "proceedings of ""13th ITS European Congress""", 13th | 2019 June 3rd- 6th, 2019
Publisher: 13th ITS European Congress

Nudge with dynamic light for safer traffic behaviour

Author(s): Milou van Mierlo (Heijmans) Vincent de Waal (Heijmans)
Published in: "proceedings of ""Nationaal verkeerkund- congres 2019""", 2019 Oct 31st, 2019
Publisher: Nationaal verkeerskundecongres 2019

MeBeSafe: Developing and testing infrastructure & car based nudges to improve cyclist safety

Author(s): Divera Twisk, SWOV | Stefanie de Hair-Buijssen, TNO
Published in: "proceedings of ""6th Annual International Cycling Safety Conference""", 6 | 2017 Sept 21st - 22nd, 2017
Publisher: 6th Annual International Cycling Safety Conference

Nudging Concepts for Traffic Safety: In-Vehicle Implementations and Field Trial Outcomes

Author(s): Olaf Op den Camp (TNO) Mikael Ljung Aust (Volvo Cars)
Published in: "proceedings of ""29th Aachen Colloquium Sustainable Mobility 2020""", 29th | 2020 October 5th – 7th, 2020
Publisher: 29th Aachen Colloquium Sustainable Mobility 2020

Road safety shifts: nudges carry more power than smacks

Author(s): Megan Lampinen | Press interview with Prof. Dr. Phil. Maximilian Schwalm, ika
Published in: Automotive world, 2017 Oct 11th, 2017
Publisher: Automotive world

Is there a psychologist in the house? If not, there should be

Author(s): Megan Lampinen | Press interview with Prof. Dr. Phil. Maximilian Schwalm, ika
Published in: Automotive world, 2017 Nov 17th, 2017
Publisher: Automotive world