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MassE de DOnnées de Conduite pour modélisation d’un feed-back incitant à la conduite sécuritaire selon les déplacements des automobilistes (MEDOC)

Researchers:

René Jr Landry, Patricia Delhomme (IFSTTAR) and Guillaume Saint-Pierre (IFSTTAR)

Beginning date:

5 January 2015

Project duration :

2 years

Description :

The research project MEDOC is devoted to the study and analysis of the drivers’ mobility. This joint project is led by Ifsttar in collaboration with École de technologie supérieure (ÉTS). The role of ETS is to provide 40 electronic Micro-IBB black-boxes to be installed by 200 motorists living in Île-de-France, in the department of Yvelines (78), or various cities selected through the departments of Essonne (91), Hauts-de-Seine (92) and Val de Marne (94). The recorded data should allow learning vehicle dynamics and then relating these data to the characteristics of road infrastructure. This innovative method is complementary to common experimental and epidemiological studies to assess driving behaviours in natural environment "with minimum interference", also known as naturalistic approach. This equipment combined with the completion of a log book will allow recording data related to vehicle behaviour as well as the incidents encountered by the participants during their travels. This project will provide an overview on the drivers’ mobility through primarily many variables related to the vehicle dynamics or driving tasks and also through "Big Data" post processing analysis. This information will be available for all the trips of 200 volunteer motorists, for a two-month period (excluding pre-tests). With these wealth data, it should be possible to better understand many driving behaviours for which very little information were available until now. A paradigm shift should then be feasible regarding the safest, cleanest, most efficient mobility that this technology will allow to drivers.


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