Data Transmission Performance of DSRC (5.8GHz) Typed Pedestrian-Vehicle Communication to Avoid Conflict between Right-Turn Vehicles and Pedestrians, Part 2
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Thursday, October 20, 2011: 9:50 AM
S320F (Orange County Convention Center )
Description of Paper:
In Japan, where vehicles travel on the left side of the road (i.e., right turns correspond to left turns in the U.S.), right turns have the potential to give heavy workload to drivers at an intersection. There is a need to support driver decision used by the data transmission for the pedestrian-to-vehicle communication. We conducted a field experiment at the experimental intersection to show the data transmission performance of DSRC (5.8GHz) typed Pedestrian-Vehicle communication to avoid conflict between right-turn vehicle and walking pedestrians. The study found that the right-turning vehicle could communicate with the pedestrians at their preferable positions via the IVC device. Also, the IVC device could alert the pedestrians a presence of right-turning vehicles that have higher risk at the conflict point.