Valencia 2012

Proceedings of Valencia 2012 conference

This conference was organised in the frame of the DECOMOBIL project funded under the 7th Framework Programme of the European Commission.

The proceedings of the conference are available for download. Free hard copies are also available on request at lucile.mendoza@humanist-vce.eu

Session 1a: Tools and methodologies for safety and usability assessement

  • Cooperative infrastructure-based intelligent transportation systems for improving safety of vulnerable road users
  • Software processing and classifying of vehicles with laser intelligent sensor

Session 1b: Drivers' need and acceptance for assistance functions

  • The impact of different pedal solutions for supporting efficient driving with electric vehicles
  • Finnish drivers and the use of in-vehicle technologies
  • Factors affecting willingness to engage with mobile phone functions while driving
  • Drivers' behaviour, motivation and acceptance for in-vehicle eco-assistant system design

Session 2a: Effects of ITS on drivers' behaviour and interaction with the systems

  • Determination the best locations for installing ITS equipments to reduce accidents
  • E-Mobility: a new urban mobility

Session 2b: Modelling of drivers' behaviour for ITS design

  • Modelling driving behaviour using hybrid automata
  • Preferred time headway assessement with the methodology of limits
  • Adapting to the range of an electric vehicle - the relation of experience to subjectively available mobility resources
  • Ecological interface design for eco-driving

Session 3a: Effects of ITS on drivers' behaviour and interaction with the systems

  • The effects of auditory route instructions of navigation systems on glance behaviour of drivers driving on the motorway
  • Evaluation of the driver support system LISA with a simulator study and an instrumented vehicle

Session 3b: Human factors in different transport modes

  • Perceptions of portuguese drivers about the usage of mobile phone while driving
  • Resilience in the design of the modern transport systems
  • Human centred design process for the development of a bus driver support system

Session 4a: Diversity and specificity of different road user groups

  • Analysis of human factors in Khuzestan province road accident
  • Data collection methodology for studying driver behaviour from free flow speed profiles on rural roads
  • Riders' response to assistance functions - A comparison of curve and intersection warnings

Session 4b: Field Operational Tests and Naturalisic Driving Studies

  • The issue of identifying critical incidents in naturalistic driving data
  • Lessons learned from a large scale field operational test of aftermarket and nomadic devices - TeleFOT project
  • Data collection methodology for studying driver behaviour from free flow speed profiles on rural roads
  • Using naturalistic driving data to estimate speed behaviour indicators: methodological issues

Session 5: Diversity and specificity of road user groups, FOTS and Naturalistic driving studies

  • Car following behaviour of elderly drivers: cohort study of driving behaviour in real road environment
  • Human factor effects pn passing decisions
  • Preprocessing of data for recivery of positioning data in naturalistic driving trial
  • Classification and applicability of road safey principles and best practices accross other transport modes

 Poster session

  • Evaluation of a surrogate forward collision warning system in an electrophysiological perspective
  • Route optimisation system for road emergency services
  • Trafficcheck.at - A cooperative online tool developed by user innovation to evaluate traffic light signal regulated intersections
  • Speed choice model of curve entering based on naturalistic driving data
  • A group approach towards an understanding of riders' interaction with on-bike technologies. Riders' acceptance of advanced rider assistance systems