BikeSAFER

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BikeSAFER
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Type: Naturalistic driving study
Tested system/service:
Countries: Sweden  ? test users
1 partners 1 vehicles
Active from 2012 to 2013
Contact
BikeSAFER
Marco Dozza
marco.dozza@chalmers.se
SAFER
Europe
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Preliminary study on feasibility of large-scale Naturalistic Cycling Studies.

The aim of the BikeSAFER project is to collect and analyze naturalistic cycling data. Analyses focus on interaction among road users, cyclist behavior, and accident causation. Results from BikeSAFER will be used as use cases to motivate and guide the development of new intelligent applications, possibly cooperative, to increase traffic safety.

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Geographical Coverage

Gothenburg city, Sweden

Link with other related Field Operational Tests

SEEKING, SAFE E-BIKING, Pedelec Naturalistic Cycling Study, Delft NCS

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