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Exploring inattention and distraction in the SafetyNet accident causation database
conference contributionposted on 2010-05-27, 15:12 authored by Rachel TalbotRachel Talbot, Helen Fagerlind
The SafetyNet Accident Causation Database was formulated as part of the SafetyNet Integrated Project. Data were collected in 6 European countries using ‘on-scene’ and ‘nearly on-scene’ crash investigation methods. 32% of crashes recorded in the Database, involved at least one driver, rider or pedestrian, which had been assigned the SNACS codes ‘Inattention’ and/or ‘Distraction’. 212 of the drivers were assigned ‘Distraction’ and 140 drivers were given the code ‘Inattention’. Distraction and Inattention often leads to missed observations and ‘Timing’ or ‘Direction’ critical events. In addition, the type of distraction and inattention differs according to the crash type.
CitationTALBOT, R. and FAGERLIND, H., 2009. Exploring inattention and distraction in the SafetyNet accident causation database. Proceedings of the First International Conference on Driver Distraction and Inattention, 28-29 September 2009, Gothenburg, Sweden.
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NotesThis paper was presented at the First International Conference on Driver Distraction and Inattention (DDI 2009): http://www.chalmers.se/safer/driverdistraction-en