Análise do comportamento do motorista em uma curva por meio de simulação imersiva e um modelo de regressão segmentado

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14295/transportes.v30i1.2548

Palavras-chave:

Acidentes de trânsito, Análise de comportamento, Realidade Virtual

Resumo

Considerando todos os elementos que podem estar relacionados à ocorrência de acidentes é importante identificar o perfil dos motoristas mais sujeitos a eles. Esta pesquisa teve como objetivo avaliar as diferenças no comportamento dos motoristas em relação ao gênero e à idade. Para isso, um trecho de rodovia com uma curva considerada perigosa foi modelado em um simulador usando ambiente virtual imersivo e 59 pessoas experimentaram a simulação. A velocidade do carro foi registrada ao longo do percurso e a partir de um modelo de regressão segmentado avaliou-se o comportamento dos grupos em relação à velocidade média. Foi possível verificar que mulheres mais velhas (26 a 35 anos) reduziram a velocidade antes em comparação aos demais motoristas. Além disso, homens mais jovens (18 a 25 anos) demoraram mais para frear e tiveram mais acidentes nas simulações. Os resultados mostram que existem diferenças de comportamento dos motoristas em relação ao seu perfil.

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Biografia do Autor

Leonardo Scalco, Universidade do Vale do Rio dos Sinos, Rio Grande do Sul – Brazil

 

 

 

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11-02-2022

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Scalco, L. ., Bordin, F. ., Menezes de Souza, E. ., Racolte, G., Marques Jr, A., Craveiro Cunto, F. J. ., da Silveira Jr, L. G. ., & Veronez, M. R. . (2022). Análise do comportamento do motorista em uma curva por meio de simulação imersiva e um modelo de regressão segmentado. TRANSPORTES, 30(1), 2548. https://doi.org/10.14295/transportes.v30i1.2548