Author of thesis: Ing. Eva Bláhová
Acad. year: 2013/2014
Supervisor: doc. Ing. Bc. Marek Semela, Ph.D.
Reviewer: Ing. Albert Bradáč, Ph.D.Abstract:
The thesis deals with the influence of the elements in surrounding the road on the traffic safety, focusing on visual distraction of the driver. Within the theoretical part are characterized transport system and its individual components (driver, environment and road, means of transportation and transport infrastructure) with emphasis on aspects affecting traffic safety and visual perception of the driver. The analytical part draws from video records with driving tests provided by the Institute of Forensic Engineering of Brno University of Technology. They were processed and the data were evaluated to determine mainly the length of individual driver’s gazes on particular elements in surrounding the road and their comparison with the time dedicated to driving. The conclusion of this part is intended for the studies of advertising signs as they are the elements with significant influence on driver’s distraction. Interpretation of the results followed by designing their applications to increase traffic safety is included in the last chapter.
Traffic safety, optical reaction, distraction time.
Date of defence
Result of the defence
Defended (thesis was successfully defended)
Language of thesis
Forensic Engineering (MFE)
Expert Engineering in Transport
Composition of Committee
doc. Ing. Aleš Vémola, Ph.D. (předseda)
Ing. Josef Libertín, CSc. (místopředseda)
Ing. Albert Bradáč, Ph.D. (člen)
doc. Ing. Bc. Marek Semela, Ph.D. (člen)
Ing. Jaroslav Kudláček (člen)
Ing. Michal Vintr, Ph.D. (člen)
doc. Ing. Bc. Marek Semela, Ph.D.
Grade proposed by supervisor: A
Ing. Albert Bradáč, Ph.D.
Grade proposed by reviewer: A