12 – 16 October 2020

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Full Paper Presentations

  1. A predictive model to analyze the risk factors of traumatic brain injury in elderly occupants on motor vehicle crashes based on Korean In-Depth Accidents Study (KIDAS) database
  2. A Wizard-of-Oz experimental approach to study the Human Factors of Automated Vehicles: Platform and methods evaluation
  3. Adaptive Restraint Systems Considering Occupant Diversity and Pre-Crash Posture
  4. Automatic Collision Notification availability and emergency response time following vehicle collision—an analysis of the 2017 Crash Investigation Sampling System
  5. Booster Cushion Design Effects on Child Occupant Kinematics and Loading Assessed Using the Piper 6Y HBM and the Q10 in Frontal Impacts
  6. Characteristics of Pedestrian Injuries Caused Due to Impacts with Powered Two Wheelers in India
  7. Comparison of injuries in multiple and single event crashes
  8. EEG Biomarkers Acquired During a Short, Straight-line Simulated Drive Predict Impairment from Cannabis Intoxication
  9. Evaluation of the 30 km/h Speed Limit Trial in the City of Yarra, Melbourne, Australia
  10. Evaluation of Users’ Experience and Posture in a Rotated Swivel Seat Configuration
  11. Expansion of NASS/CDS for Characterizing Run-Off-Road Crashes
  12. Factors Associated with EMS Transport Decisions for Pediatric Patients after Motor Vehicle Collisions
  13. Frequency and Nature of Sightline Obstructions in Left Turn Across Path / Opposite Direction Intersection Crashes
  14. Health status and quality of life among road users with permanent medical impairment several years after the crash
  15. Impact of Cannabis and Low Alcohol Concentration on Divided Attention Tasks during Driving
  16. Injury patterns within clusters of MAIS3+ injured occupants in real-world crashes
  17. Injury Risk Curves in Far-Side Motor Vehicle Crash by AIS Level, Body Region and Injury Code
  18. Prevalence of Non-Nominal Seat Positions and Postures Among Front-Seat Passengers
  19. Should airbags be deactivated for wheelchair-seated drivers?
  20. Simulation-Based Assessment of Injury Risk for an Average Male Motorsport Driver
  21. Submarining Sensitivity Across Varied Seat Configurations in Autonomous Driving System Environment
  22. The role of perceived pedestrian safety on designing safer built environments
  23. Thoracolumbar Spine Kinematics and Injuries in Frontal Impacts with Reclined Occupants
  24. Understanding users’ characteristics in the selection of vehicle seating configurations and positions in fully automated vehicles
  25. Variation in the Kinematic Response of Naturalistically Seated Pediatric Occupants in Simulated Frontal Impacts: With and Without Automatic Emergency Braking
  26. Vehicle safety characteristics in vulnerable driver populations