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PUVAME - New French Approach for Vulnerable Road Users Safety

Abstract : In France, about 33% of roads victims are Vulnerable Road Users (VRU). In its 3rd framework, the french PREDIT2 includes VRU Safety. The PUVAME project was created to generate solutions to avoid collisions between VRU and Bus in urban traffic. An important part of these collisions take place at intersection or bus stop. In this paper, we detail the hardware and software architecture designed and developped in the project. This solution is based on offboard cameras observing particular places (intersection and bus stop in our case) to detect and track VRU present in the environment. The position of the bus is also computed and a risk of collision between each VRU and the bus is determined. In case of high risk of collision, the bus driver is warned. The HMI to warn the bus driver is also described. Finally, some experimental results are presented.
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Olivier Aycard, Anne Spalanzani, Manuel Yguel, Julien Burlet, Nicolas Du Lac, et al.. PUVAME - New French Approach for Vulnerable Road Users Safety. Proc. of the IEEE Intelligent Vehicle Symp., Jun 2006, Tokyo (JP), France. ⟨inria-00182026⟩



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