TeleFOT - UK LFOT

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TeleFOT - UK LFOT
Used in FOTs: TeleFOT
Perspectives of the FOTs: Driver behaviour, Traveller
Countries: UK
Data
Distance travelled 300,000 km <br />
Hours of logging
Number of journeys
Number of events
Detections vehicles / travellers
Indicators
In the raw data Position, Speed
Calculated / derived Speed related, Position related
Enriched information Speed limit, Weather condition, Road related information
Test subjects
Professional drivers Not included
Test subjects 80
Equipped road sections / cross-sections
Vehicles 80
Vehicle types Passenger car
Test setup
Start of field tests 12/2010
Length of field tests 12 months <br />1 years <br />
Length of baseline phase
Road type Urban streets, Urban main roads, Rural roads, Main roads and corridors
Weather and other conditions included Normal conditions, Rain, Reduced visibility, Darkness
Type of experiment Naturalistic driving
Design of experiment Within subjects

Data sets acquired

Can be shared as
Data set Raw data Aggregated data

Questionnaires Yes Yes
Weather data Yes
Map data Yes
Probe data Yes Yes
GPS Yes Yes
Travel diaries Yes Yes

Data formats and possible standards

MySQL

Frequency of logging

1hz using nomadic device (Blom)

Quality of data

Applied checks

Basic checking done in TeleFOT when aggregated. Analysed in TeleFOT without problems of quality

Test subjects

Gender

Test setup

Definition of baseline

No functions in use

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

From December 2010 to November 2011

Location of tests

Mainly the East Midlands area (Nottingham/Leicester/Coventry), UK (naturalistic driving thus logged driving locate also in other parts of UK)

Tested functions / facilities / services

Navigation, speed information & speeding alert provided with nomadic device (BLOM)

Links to available tools

LogPro

Data sharing

Conditions for data sharing

Data-sharing may be possible depending on intended use of the data

Contact information for data re-use

Andrew Morris, Loughborough University, A.P.Morris@lboro.ac.uk

Other

Additional notes