McDonald, M. and Brackstone, M.A.
The role of the instrumented vehicle in the collection of data on driver behaviour
At IEE Colloquium on Monitoring of Driver and Vehicle Performance, United Kingdom.
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This paper highlights developments made in the construction and testing of an instrumented vehicle at the University of Southampton, which enables the collection of accurate, dynamic data on driving processes from within the traffic stream. This is an area of great importance to the design of advanced transport telematics (ATT) control measures, which currently limited to the use of static, point based techniques or expensive laboratory based simulators
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|Venue - Dates:
||IEE Colloquium on Monitoring of Driver and Vehicle Performance, United Kingdom, 1997-04-10
|10 April 1997||Published|
||11 Mar 2010
||18 Apr 2017 20:42
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