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Radfahrersicherheit : was Europa von den Niederlanden lernen kann. (Cyclist safety : what Europe can learn from the Dutch.)
20110939 ST [electronic version only]
Schijndel-de Nooij, M. van Versmissen, Y. Corbeij, R. & Broek, T. van den
In: 18. Aachener Kolloquium Fahrzeug- und Motorentechnik 2009, 9 p., 4 ref.

Samenvatting In many EU countries, and especially in major cities like Berlin, Paris, London and Barcelona, the number of cyclists in daily traffic is strongly increasing. The related strong increase in the number of serious injuries and fatalities amongst cyclists is only now starting to gain the attention it deserves. In the Netherlands, where biking is a widely accepted way of transport, cyclist and pedestrian safety is addressed by training, infrastructural solutions and increasing cyclist visibility. Furthermore, international projects related to this are initiated by Dutch organisations. This paper shows two examples of this; the pedestrian & cyclist airbag developments and vulnerable road user path prediction for use in e.g. autonomous braking. (Author/publisher)
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