Cyclist support systems for future automated traffic

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Interpreting the subtleness and complexity of vulnerable road user (VRU) behaviour is still a significant challenge for automated vehicles (AVs). Solutions for facilitating safe and acceptable interactions in future automated traffic include equipping AVs and VRUs with human-machine interfaces (HMl.s), such as awareness and notification systems, and connecting road users to a network of A Vs and infrastructure. The research on these solutions, however, primarily focuses on pedestrians. There is no overview ofthe type of systems or solutions supporting cyclists in future automated traffic. The objective ofthe present study is to synthesise current literature and provide an overview ofthe state-ofthe-art support systems available to cyclists. The aim is to identify, classify, and count the types of communicative technologies, systems, and devices capable of supporting the safety of cyclists in automated traffic. The overall goal is to understand A V-cyclist interaction better, pinpoint knowledge gaps in current literature, and develop strategies for optimising safe and pleasant cycling in future traffic environments with AVs.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the 10th International Cycling Safety Conference
Number of pages3
Publication statusPublished - 2022
Event10th International Cycling Safety Conference - Dresden, Germany
Duration: 8 Nov 202211 Nov 2022
Conference number: 10


Conference10th International Cycling Safety Conference
Abbreviated titleICSC 2022


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