WG1 Accidentology

Contacts

Country Name Company
ES Adrià Ferrer (LEADER) IDIADA
ES Alba Fornells (CO-LEADER) IDIADA
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SE Andras Balint Chalmers
BG Kiril Barzev UNI RUSE
NL Marjolein Boele SWOV
CZ Tomasz Bonkowski UWB
FR Cécile Coquelet IFSTTAR
NL Saskia de Craen SWOV
PT João Dias Tecnico ULisboa
DE Otte Dietmar MHH
UK Simos Evangelou ICL
DE Thorsten Facius MHH
AUS Michael Fitzharris MONASH
IT Ugo Galvanetto UNIPD
UK Mazdak Ghajari ICL
IT Gustavo Gil Damian UNIFI
UK Elaine Hardy Right to ride
IT Pedro Huertas Leyva UNIFI
DE Daniel Huster Federal Highway Research Institute BASt
CZ Luděk Hynčík UWB
B Christos Ioakeimidis UNIMONS
LT Vilma Jasiūnienė VGTU
HU János Juhász BME
TR Guven Kavadarli Kavadarlı Eng. Consulting Serv.
FI Lars Leden LTU
ES Francisco J. Lopez Valdes COMILLAS
UK Ross MacKerron TRL
GR Dimitris Margaritis CERTH
UK Philip Martin TRL
AT Fabio Molinari JKU
FI Kalle Parkkari Finnish MI
IT Simone Piantini UNIFI
IT Marco Pierini UNIFI
SE Matteo Rizzi Folksam
HR Zeljko Saric Zagreb
DE Sylvia Schick LMU
AT Florian Schroegendorfer JKU
SE Robert Thomson CHA
A Ernst Tomasch TUG
AU Jessica Truong TAC
NO TRuls Vaa TOI
IL David Zaidel 4sight
AT Jinwei Zhou JKU

Objectives

  1. To consolidate and combine information available from national projects, in-depth datacollection activities and rider behaviour investigations.
  2. To populate the new accident database during and beyond the end of the COST Action

The WG will share, consolidate and combine information available from national projects and datacollection activities and integrate the accident data from these different sources with rider behaviour to allow new perspectives on accident prevention in different road environments.

Workplan

Task 1.1 Data harmonization

The consortium will adopt the database structure proposed by the DACOTA project with the aim to create a standard for data collection and analysis at international level. The WG will focus on jointly defining criteria to arrange the accident information in order to increase the usability for PTW researchers and not to disregard fundamental information for research activities.

Task 1.2 Data Integration

A dedicated workshop on data integration will be held with one focus on accident data (data coming from several databases, links and input definition to simulation tools) and a second focus on combination and mutual data exchange with training-oriented and road environment data.

Task 1.3 Data merging and database population

Data will be entered into the common database

Task 1.4 In-depth analysis

After the common database will be populated, the PTW accident data will be analysed in order to extract data to be used for other WGs. A templates-based approach will be enabled, which can be used to reproduce PTW crash scenarios in a virtual environment. A systematic process approach will be generated for analysis and post-processing and to simulate the applicability of current active safety systems.

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