INTERACTION - questionnaire data

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INTERACTION - questionnaire data
Perspectives of the FOTs: Driver behaviour
Countries: Australia, Austria, Czech Republic, Finland, France, Portugal, Spain, UK, The Netherlands
Distance travelled
Hours of logging
Number of journeys
Number of events
Detections vehicles / travellers
In the raw data
Calculated / derived
Enriched information
Test subjects
Professional drivers "Not applicable" is not recognized as a Boolean (true/false) value.Not applicable
Test subjects 7677
Equipped road sections / cross-sections
Vehicle types
Test setup
Start of field tests 2008
Length of field tests 42 months <br />3.5 years <br />
Length of baseline phase
Road type
Weather and other conditions included
Type of experiment
Design of experiment

Data sets acquired

Can be shared as
Data set Raw data Aggregated data

Questionnaires Yes

Data formats and possible standards

SPSS needed for analysis

Quality of data

Applied checks

Successfully analysed within the project

Test subjects


Test setup

Timing of field tests (during which months the tests were implemented)

Questionnaire data collected during April-August 2010

Tested functions / facilities / services

Longitudinal control systems (Cruise Control, Speed Limiter, Adaptive Cruise Control) Trip information systems ( Navigation system) Infotainment systems (Cell phone)

Data sharing

Contact information for data re-use

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Additional notes

The objectives of INTERACTION project were: (1) to gain a better understanding of driver interactions with In-Vehicle Technologies, (2) to focus on mature technologies already available on the market and adopted by European car drivers, (3) to identify patterns of use of these systems by European drivers in everyday life, (4) to analyse their effects on driver’s behaviour and skills, in normal and emergency situations, and (5) to highlight individual and cross-country differences.