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Motorcycle riders vs. automated vehicles in a congested-traffic situation: a simulator study

Pauline Michel 1 Hemza Nedjari Benhadj Ali 1 Flavien Delgehier 1 Samir Bouaziz 1 Stéphane Espié 1 
1 SATIE-MOSS - Méthodes et Outils pour les Signaux et Systèmes
SATIE-SIAME - Systèmes d'Information et d'Analyse Multi-Echelles
Abstract : We conducted a motorcycle-riding simulator study to compare the riding behavior of PTW riders when interacting with (a) human-driven vehicles or (b) visually identifiable AVs in a congested-traffic situation. Our results were twofold: (1) our twenty-three participants trusted AVs, notably in dangerous situations, and (2) they found visual differentiation of AVs beneficial in order to adjust their expectations of the behavior of these vehicles.
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Pauline Michel, Hemza Nedjari Benhadj Ali, Flavien Delgehier, Samir Bouaziz, Stéphane Espié. Motorcycle riders vs. automated vehicles in a congested-traffic situation: a simulator study. Driving Simulation Conference Europe 2022 VR, Sep 2022, Strasbourg, France. ⟨hal-03783362⟩

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