Driver head displacement during (automatic) vehicle braking tests with varying levels of distraction

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Rooij, L. van; Pauwelussen, J.; Camp, O.M.G.C. op den; Janssen, J.M.;
  • Publisher: NHTSA
  • Subject: IVS - Integrated Vehicle Safety | Mobility | TS - Technical Sciences | Reliable Mobility Systems | Mechatronics, Mechanics & Materials | Traffic
    mesheuropmc: human activities

Vehicle occupant behavior in emergency driving conditions has a large effect on traffic safety. Distraction is estimated to be the cause of 15-20% of all crashes. Additionally, the posture of the occupants prior to the possibly unavoidable crash is known to have a large... View more
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