12th International Conference held at Hinkley Island – June 2017

Paper Title Authors
1 Bruntingthorpe Crash Test Data Martin Worrell - APD Communications
2 New UDS-AT & Up-Changes to Tachographs and Legislation Keith Lloyd - Continental Automotive
3 The evolution of vehicle safety standards towards an autonomous future Richard Cuerden - TRL
4 Pedestrian detection by Subaru using stereo vision Peter Vertal - Institute of Forensic Research & Education, Slovakia
5 ADAS and automated driving, latest developments Jacob Alexander - Thatcham
6 Pedestrian computer simulation compared with practical forensic dummy testing Alan V Thomas - CAVT Ltd
7 LGV Safety Systems Carl Milton - CEMEX
8 LGV peripheral visibility mapping systems James Manning - TRL
9 What can we expect of cycle helmets? Benefits and deficiencies Stephen Jowitt - TRL
10 Digital reality - from data capture to delivery Steven Ramsey - Leica Geosystems
11 Use of the CCTV frame interval timer (light board) Mark Crouch - FCIR
12 Accuracy of calculation of vehicle speeds obtained from fixed mounted cameras Vaishnav Jethwa - JP Research India
13 Superposition of different recording frequencies; the timestamp on the CCTV footage versus real time Wojciech Wach - Institute of Forensic Research, Krakow
14 Calibration of dashboard cameras to reveal frame skipping in video recordings Jack Cheng - Hong Kong Government FSD
15 Positioning techniques in CCTV analysis Mark Crouch & Stephen Cash - FCIR & Metropolitan Police
16 The use of data obtained using the Bosch crash data retrieval tool Chris Dunn - AiTS
17 The effects of road surface technology on vehicle deceleration calculations Stephen Cash - Metropolitan Police