Intelligent speed adaptation as an assistive device for drivers with acquired brain injury: a single-case field experiment.

@article{Klarborg2012IntelligentSA,
  title={Intelligent speed adaptation as an assistive device for drivers with acquired brain injury: a single-case field experiment.},
  author={Brith Klarborg and Harry Lahrmann and NielsAgerholm and Nerius Tradisauskas and Lisbeth Harms},
  journal={Accident; analysis and prevention},
  year={2012},
  volume={48},
  pages={57-62}
}
Intelligent speed adaptation (ISA) was tested as an assistive device for drivers with an acquired brain injury (ABI). The study was part of the "Pay as You Speed" project (PAYS) and used the same equipment and technology as the main study (Lahrmann et al., in press-a, in press-b). Two drivers with ABI were recruited as subjects and had ISA equipment installed in their private vehicle. Their speed was logged with ISA equipment for a total of 30 weeks of which 12 weeks were with an active ISA… CONTINUE READING