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A Study on the Analysis of Driver Behavior in Traffic Accidents Using Driving Video Recorder
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 Title & Authors
A Study on the Analysis of Driver Behavior in Traffic Accidents Using Driving Video Recorder
Cha, Yun-Chul; Yoon, Byoung-Jo;
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 Abstract
The automobiles in Korea have approximately 60 years of history and this is relatively short compared to advanced countries. However, considering the traffic accident rate or severity related to automobiles, various efforts are required to reduce traffic accidents. Various problems caused by traffic accidents are not only related to individual damages but also have become social problems. In order to resolve this, it is important to analyze the cause of traffic accidents. This study aims to suggest methods to reduce traffic accidents by analyzing driving behavior, which is one of the reasons for a number of traffic accidents that were collected through traffic accident videos reported using DVRs (Driving Video Recorder) and were aired to the public via a SBS TV program for the past two years and four months. In particular, unlike other existing studies that aim at analyzing the causes of traffic accidents simply using data, this study constructed a database by analyzing every single DVR that stores the situation before and after the accident using relatively high-resolution video information to provide practical plans to reduce traffic accidents through statistical analysis.
 Keywords
Traffic accidents;Driving video recorder;Driver behavior;DVR;
 Language
Korean
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