Study of the time needed for getting an all-round view and deciding in giving the right of wayFinal Thesis
Author of thesis: Ing. Jakub Bařina
Acad. year: 2014/2015
Supervisor: doc. Ing. Bc. Marek Semela, Ph.D.
Reviewer: Ing. Albert Bradáč, Ph.D.Abstract:
This thesis deals with detection and analysis of a time needed for getting
an all-round view before entering other vehicle's corridor during different conditions and speed. In the theoretical part a brief research is made concerning the subject
of causes of accidents, aspects of human perception and driver's outlook. The analytical part derives from video recordings of on-road trials. The results was processed
and the obtained data evaluated in order to find out the time needed for getting
an all-round and making a decision while situated in the intersection. Above that,
the data served as a determination of safety during intersection passing and quality
of estimates of speed and distance of incoming vehicles. The conclusion
of the analytical part is dedicated to participants mutual comparison and analysis
of particular situations that occurred during the trials.
Traffic safety, time needed for getting an all-round view, time needed
for making a decision
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. 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: B