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Transport selematics and safety—technical, social and psychological aspects

27–28 October 2005
Helsinki, Finland
Local organiser(s): Risto Kulmala, Kirsi Pajunen
The conference was organized in close co-operation with the Technical Research Centre of Finland (VTT).

Programme

Keynotes

Intelligent Transport Systems and safety—a broader picture

Magda Draskóczy

How to improve safety with ITS

Juhani Jääskeläinen

Theories and concepts

The use of safety perception in the policy process

Rob Methorst

Perception of other drivers’ errors and violations and easiness of error detection

Lars Åberg
Gunilla Afram
Marie Nilsson

Supposed accident proneness and actual accident experience: puzzle or evidence?

Hermann Katteler

Methodological issues

Driver’s ability to assess their driving quality while using an in-vehicle information system

Virpi Anttila

Traffic safety effects of roundabouts—a review with emphasis on bicyclist’s safety

Stijn Daniels
Geert Wets

Investigating the driver’s behaviour at zebra crossings and their vicinity

Dago Antov

Behavioural studies based on individual speed profiles and automated video analysis

Aliaksei Laureshyn

Real-time data collection: Experiences of long-term traffic observations and future developments

Arno M. Rook

The ordinary cellular telephone as an enhancing factor to older adults mobility

Hector Monterde i Bort
Diego Moreno Ribas

Infrastructure-based IT

Effects of variable signs on the recall of fixed signs

Anna Schirokoff
Juha Luoma

Speed effects of automatic camera enforcement on main road 51

Leif Beilinson
Mikko Räsänen
Veli-Pekka Kallberg

Effects of weather-controlled variable speed limits on injury accidents

Pirkko Rämä
Anna Schirokoff

In-vehicle based IT—ISA

Recording ISA—experience from Finland

Harri Peltola

Effects of ISA-like IST-applications on the communication behaviour of young car drivers in urbanareas

Christine Turetschek

How does the use of ISA affect drivers’ attitude towards the system?

Henriette Wallén Warner

ISA-UK: Attitudinal and behavioural results of the first field trial

Oliver Carsten

In-vehicle based IT—general

Intelligent transport systems and services—chances and risks

Karin Ausserer

Impacts of an automatic emergency call system on accident consequences

Juha Luoma
Anna Schirokoff
Niina Virtanen

Development of in-vehicle warning device for railway level crossings

Risto Öörni

Evaluation of driving assistance systems exemplified by the Austrian project RONCALLI

Peter Maurer
Damaris Omasits
Roland Spielhofer

Evaluating ADA technologies in the Netherlands by means of demonstration projects and micro-simulation modelling

Kerry M. Malone
Govert Schermers

Road safety issues

An investigation on remould passenger car tyre handling and traction properties based on road tests

Janek Luppin
Hans Rämmal

Traffic environment for children and elderly as pedestrians and cyclists

Per Gårder
Charlotta Johansson
Lars Gunnar Leden

Pedestrian safety in dark road conditions

Dago Antov
Margus Nigol

Do non-drivers and drivers see the same road?

David M. Zaidel

Laws of accident causation

Rune Elvik

Poster session

Modelling traffic accidents on rural two lane highway under mixed traffic conditions

V. S. Landge

Traffic locus of control, driving skills, and attitudes towards in-vehicle technologies (ISA and ACC)

Türker Özkan
Jyrki Kaistinen
Timo Lajunen

Expected safety and socioeconomic Benefits from the Application of telematics Application in the Greek Motorways: The case of Egnatia Odos

Socrates Basbas
M. Dodos
Panos Papaioannou

Technical feasibility of safety related driving assistance systems

Evangelos Bekiaris
Meng Lu
Kees Wevers

Implementation Road Maps for eSafety systems to improve road safety in Europe

Risto Kulmala
Hans Jürgen Mäurer

Modelling and assessing the effects of road traffic safety measures

Meng Lu
Kees Wevers

Mobility of the elderly in the future

Rob Methorst

Pedestrian’s quality needs

Hector Monterde i Bort

Traffic accidents on Croatian motorways

M. Baric
Mladen Gledec
D. Zelic

ITS support of ageing drivers generation

Karel Schmeidler

Urgent driver behavior modeling in cognitive architecture

Yanfei Liu
Zhaohui Wu

Pedestrians’ quality needs: Workplan

Rob Methorst

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