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CEDR Call 2013 : Transnational Road Research Programme - METHOD : Managing European Traffic using Human-Oriented Designs - Deliverable 3.1 : Driving simulator studies evaluating in-vehicle information for traffic management using head-updisplays and gamification techniques

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Author: Weare, A. · Reed, N. · Hof, T. · Moning, I.
Type:report
Date:2016
Publisher: CEDR
Identifier: 749542
Keywords: Traffic · Human & Operational Modelling · HOI - Human Behaviour & Organisational Innovations · ELSS - Earth, Life and Social Sciences

Abstract

The report describes two individual, independent studies that investigated how two existing, near future concepts (gamification and a head–up display (HUD)) could be applied to improve drivers’ compliance with traffic management guidance. This has the potential to improve overall network efficiency – firstly, through this increased compliance effect but secondly, by giving national roads authorities better and more specific tools for managing the movements of vehicles on their networks.