The 4th Edition of the Road Safety and Simulation 2013 (RSS 2013) Conference was organised by the University of Roma Tre and took place in Rome on 23-25 October 2013, with the participation of more than 250 scientistists from more than 45 countries. Special emphasis was put on driving simulationand how this tool can improve roadway design and the study of emerging technologies that take into consideration human factors as well and their effects on safety.
NTUA Associate Professor Matthew Karlaftis in a key note speech highlighted the “Conflicting Objectives and Modeling Implications in Road Safety Data Analysis”.
NTUA presentations concerned:
A Review of Driving Performance Assessment in Simulators with focus to cognitive impairments related to age or caused by neurodegenerxative disorders
Identification of safety hazards on existing road network regarding road Geometric Design: Implementation in Greece