Effectiveness of low speed autonomous emergency braking in real-world rear-end crashes.
20190021 ST [electronic version only]
Fildes, B. Keall, M. Bos, N. Lie, A. Page, Y. Pastor, C. Pennisi, L. Rizzi, M. Thomas, P. & Tingvall, C.
Accident Analysis and Prevention, Vol. 81 (August 2015), p. 24-29, ref.
|Samenvatting||This study set out to evaluate the effectiveness of low speed autonomous emergency braking (AEB) technology in current model passenger vehicles, based on real-world crash experience. The validating vehicle safety through meta-analysis (VVSMA) group comprising a collaboration of government, industry consumer organisations and researchers, pooled data from a number of countries using a standard analysis format and the established MUND approach. Induced exposure methods were adopted to control for any extraneous effects. The findings showed a 38 percent overall reduction in rear-end crashes for vehicles fitted with AEB compared to a comparison sample of similar vehicles. There was no statistical evidence of any difference in effect between urban (?60 km/h) and rural (>60 km/h) speed zones. Areas requiring further research were identified and widespread fitment through the vehicle fleet is recommended. (Author/publisher)|
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