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|Keywords: ||自然觀察法;自行車駕駛模擬器;騎乘行為;交通事故;Naturalistic driving observation;Bike simulator;Cyclist driving behavior;Traffic accidents|
|Issue Date: ||2013-08-22 12:15:05 (UTC+8)|
Reducing energy consumption would lead to reduce carbon dioxide emission, and this is an important issue in recent years. There were more electrical vehicles, hybrid vehicles or public transportation being used for above purpose. While, bicycles were used more popular in many countries recently, for its non-polluted vehicle. The bicycles involved in traffic accidents become more often. Therefore to reduce the bicycles traffic accidents become obvious for this study.
The behavior of bike riders with traffic or conflict incidents on the real roads was observed in this study. But some cases were not observed from naturalistic driving observation. Therefore to study these cases become a problem. In view of this, the virtual environment of conflict incidents by naturalistic driving observation were performed with software Unity. In bike simulator, the behavior and reaction of bike riders during conflict incidents was recorded. The effects of genders, different conflict incidents, road marking to bike riders were investigated.
The results were shown as following:
(1) male riders being more confident in riding course, while female riders being more conservative and safer.
(2) the slower speed of bike riders being observed due to bigger visual masking range.
(3) changing the separated lane line from solid line to dotted line would lead to the wider riding range to the left of bike riders. It would cause to the more dangerous riding behavior.
Keywords: Naturalistic driving observation, Bike simulator, Cyclist driving behavior, Traffic accidents.
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