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It will probably take at least several decades for completely self-driving vehicles to become commercially available, if they ever will. Yet, vehicles in which part of the driving task is automated, for example automated braking, accelerating and steering, are already available.
Intelligent transport and advanced driver assistance systems are implementations of information and communication technology in vehicles and in the transport infrastructure to make traffic safer, more efficient, more comfortable, more reliable and more eco-friendly.
Visual information is of the utmost importance to road users. In darkness, both public lighting and vehicle lighting help road users take stock of the traffic situation and help them to be seen by others. Installing public lighting leads to a 50% reduction in the number of nighttime injury crashes.
Using reaction times and accident statistics for safety impact prediction of automated vehicles on road safety of vulnerable road users
Published: | Hula, H.; Zwart, R. de; Mons, C.; Weijermars, W.; Boghani, H.; Thomas, P.
Development and evaluation of a human machine interface to support mode awareness in different automated driving modes
Published: | Tinga, A.M.; Zeumeren, I.M. van; Christoph, M.; Grondelle, E. van; Cleij, D.; Aldea, A.; Nes, N. van
Driver behavioural adaptations to simulated automated vehicles, potential implications for traffic microsimulation
Published: | Zwart, R. de; Kamphuis, K.; Cleij, D.
Published: (SWOV) | Goede, M. de; Jansen, R.J.; Grondelle (TUDelft), E.D. van
Published: (SWOV) | Mons, C.; Goldenbeld, Ch.
Published: (SWOV) | Jansen, R.J; Cleij, D.; Mons, C.; Louwerse, W.J.R.; Schermers, G.
Devil in the details: Systematic review of TOR signals in automated driving with a generic classification framework
Published: | Jansen, R.J.; Tinga, A.M.; Zwart, R. de; Kint, S.T. van der