Print Email Facebook Twitter Driving Simulator study for intelligent cooperative intersection safety system (IRIS) Title Driving Simulator study for intelligent cooperative intersection safety system (IRIS) Author Vreeswijk, J. Schendzielorz, T. Mathias, P. Feenstra, P. TNO Defensie en Veiligheid Publication year 2008 Abstract About forty percent of all accidents occur at intersections. The Intelligent Cooperative Intersection Safety system (IRIS), as part of the European research project SAFESPOT, is a roadside application and aims at minimizing the number of accidents at controlled and uncontrolled intersections. IRIS uses vehicle-to-infrastructure communication to track and analyze the movements of all individual vehicles. A key element of IRIS is to identify dangerous situations in time and take the appropriate measure to prevent collisions. This paper presents the concept of IRIS, points out the complexity of intersections and addresses the usefulness and results of a driving simulator study. KEYWORDS Intersection safety, SAFESPOT, IRIS, Cooperative, Vehicle-to-Infrastructure, Roadside application, Driving simulator, Driver behaviour, Human Factors Subject Traffic Simulationdriving behaviourin-vehicle information systemsdriving simulator To reference this document use: http://resolver.tudelft.nl/uuid:a9b30ce1-63ba-4ae1-810a-33a6c355d4ac TNO identifier 23567 Source 7th European Congress and Exhibition on Intelligent Transport Systems and Services (ITS): Geneva 3-6 June 2008 Europe 2008 Document type conference paper Files To receive the publication files, please send an e-mail request to TNO Library.