Opportunities and limitations for intersection collision intervention-A study of real world 'left turn across path' accidents.

@article{Sander2017OpportunitiesAL,
  title={Opportunities and limitations for intersection collision intervention-A study of real world 'left turn across path' accidents.},
  author={Ulrich Sander},
  journal={Accident; analysis and prevention},
  year={2017},
  volume={99 Pt A},
  pages={342-355}
}
Turning across the path of oncoming vehicle accidents are frequent and dangerous. To date not many car manufacturers have introduced Automated Emergency Braking (AEB) systems addressing this type of conflict situation, but it is foreseeable that these scenarios will be part of the Euro NCAP 2020 rating. Nine out of ten collisions are caused by the driver of the turning vehicle. An AEB system evaluating the ego and conflict vehicle driver's possibilities to avoid a pending crash by either… CONTINUE READING
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