4th International Conference held at Telford – November 1999

Paper Title Authors
1 Accidents Involving Commercial Vehicles in the United Kingdom I Knight
2 The UDS Accident Data Recorder and More K Lloyd
3 A Modern Light Rail System and the Interaction with Normal Tyres Vehicles M Logan
4 The Time Precise Evaluation of Tachograph Charts W Hugemann
5 Determination of a Vehicle's Speed at the Start of Emergency Braking D Hague
6 The Effect of Age and Defective Normal Vision upon Performance on an Internet Dynamic Visual Attention Test N Phelps
7 Highways Liability - Understanding the Issues P E Forman
8 The Development of Roadside Impairment Testing for Drivers D Rowe
9 Trauma Involvment as a Factor in Eye-Witness Accounts T Foster
10 Equations of Speed, Time and Distance for Vehicles under Maximum Acceleration J Searle
11 Comparison of Measurement Methodologies for Estimation of Change in Speed from Vehicle Damage D Turner
12 Using 3-Dimensional Simulation in Vehicle Design and Highway Safety J Canova
13 Anatomy of the Collision - Variations on a Theme G M Bonnett
14 Analysis of the Vehicle-Pole Crash by means of EES Parameter J Unarski & J Zebala
15 The Slippery Tape (Case Study) K Holloway
16 Seeing but not Perceiving (Two Case Studies) S Gurnett
17 An Analysis of "Looked but did not See" Accidents Involving Parked Police Vehicles M Langham
18 The Technical Proof of Faked Accidents M Weber
19 Forensic Damage Analysis for Fraud Detection and Evidence Gathering to Prove Criminal Fraud R Mill