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Analysis of Car-to-Cyclist Collisions using Drive Recorder


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Author(J)1) 趙 雨晴, 2) 水野幸治
Author(E)1) Yuqing Zhao, 2) Koji Mizuno
Affiliation(J)1) 名古屋大学, 2) 名古屋大学


Abstract(E)Car-to-cyclist intersection collisions were investigated using drive recorder data. It was confirmed that collisions occurred when the time-tocollision was smaller than the sum of the driver reaction time and the car deceleration at the time of the cyclist being visible to the driver. From driving simulator experiments, it was shown that the driver reaction time depends on the sight of the driver. Based on accident reconstruction simulations of cars with an ideal autonomous braking system, some collisions still occurred, which was related to cyclist’s rush out into the road.

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