Safety impacts of vehicular information technology.
C 27308 [electronic version only] /91 / IRRD E118663
Moriarty, P. & Honnery, D.
International Journal of Vehicle Design, Vol. 31 (2003), No. 2, p. 176-186, 40 ref.
|Samenvatting||Although road traffic fatalities in the high-income countries have fallen markedly in recent decades, non-fatality crashes have not. Further reduction in crash severity and frequency will be hampered by probable changes to the car-driving population, car weight, and share of non-motorised travel. Distraction from the driving task could also increase in parallel with in-vehicle telematics use. Use of the new information technology is increasingly seen as a solution to the road safety problem. It is argued here that although the new technology has a key role to play in improving road transport generally, and could be very useful in crash protection, it will be of less help in reducing collision frequency. (Author/publisher)|
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