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TitleThe Transport for New South Wales FleetCAT (Fleet Collision Avoidance Technology) Trial: Driver Attitudes to the Technology
AuthorsThompson JP, Baldock MRJ, Raftery SJ, Mackenzie JRR, Wall JP, Iwanski K
Year2016
TypeConference Paper
AbstractIn 2015, Transport for New South Wales undertook a trial of collision avoidance technology in a fleet of 34 vehicles across three government departments. The technology assessed was the Mobileye system, which provides a variety of visual and auditory warnings to drivers. There were four warning types provided by the Mobileye system: forward collision, headway monitoring, lane departure and pedestrian collision warnings. As part of the trial, drivers using vehicles fitted with the system were invited to complete a questionnaire about their experiences with, and attitudes to, the system. The results of these questionnaires will be presented in this paper
Conference NameAustralasian Road Safety Conference
Conference AbbreviationARSC
Conference LocationCanberra, Australian Capital Territory
Conference Date6-8 September 2016
NotesThe conference paper is available online at http://acrs.org.au/publications/acrs-conference-papers/acrs-database/

Reference
Thompson JP, Baldock MRJ, Raftery SJ, Mackenzie JRR, Wall JP, Iwanski K (2016) 'The Transport for New South Wales FleetCAT (Fleet Collision Avoidance Technology) Trial: Driver Attitudes to the Technology', Australasian Road Safety Conference, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, 6-8 September 2016.