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Agent-based simulation for automated vehicle and pedestrian interaction at intersections

Safety of pedestrians at intersections is very critical, where 3.03% of fatalities occur at intersections based on Queensland crash database, 2018.Therefore, Automated vehicles are introduced to make the roads safer.In this research project, we will develop an agent-based model for automated vehicles and pedestrians to understand the interaction between them and develop a set of control rules that increase road safety.This main aims of this research are:1- Develop an automated vehicle agent inside the agent-based modelling environment 2- Develop a …

Study level
Vacation research experience scheme
Faculty
Faculty of Health
School
School of Psychology and Counselling
Research centre(s)

Centre for Future Mobility/CARRSQ

Indigenous art and storytelling to improve road safety

The aim of this project is to combine Indigenous art and storytelling traditions to provide rich insights into Indigenous perspectives on travelling safely in country. The long-term objective is to translate the findings into road safety education resources.Access to safe travel for work, study, visiting family and friends and for daily needs and essential services, including health services, underlies our ability to stay safe and well. While many of us can take this for granted, many people lack their own …

Study level
Vacation research experience scheme
Faculty
Faculty of Health
School
School of Psychology and Counselling
Research centre(s)

Centre for Future Mobility/CARRSQ

Exploring drivers’ response to advanced active warnings based on the Theory of Planned Behaviour

Understanding the drivers’ responses to advanced active warnings is a significant safety concern. Several studies have looked at behavioural intentions when new road interventions are trialled; however, the translation to actual behaviour is often unknown. Thus, what is needed is a rigorous evaluation of how constructs related to behavioural intentions result in changes in driver behaviour.Project code: CARR01Area of Research: Injury preventionProject methodology and resourcesThe current project seeks to explore the link between behavioural intention and actual response using data …

Study level
Vacation research experience scheme
Faculty
Faculty of Health
School
School of Psychology and Counselling
Research centre(s)

Centre for Future Mobility/CARRSQ

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