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Title:Prometna varnost avtonomnih vozil
Authors:Lipar, Aljaž (Author)
Topolšek, Darja (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Knez, Matjaž (Co-mentor)
Files:.pdf UN_Lipar_Aljaz_2018.pdf (2,50 MB)
MD5: 875FD1B8F27F8C2052A57C91420D0D87
 
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Organization:FL - Faculty of Logistic
Abstract:Po vsem svetu v cestnem prometu vsako leto za posledicami prometnih nesreč umre več kot milijon ljudi, med 20 in 50 milijonov pa jih utrpi telesne poškodbe. Njihov glavni vzrok je človeški faktor. Ugotovljeno je bilo, da kar 94 % vseh prometnih nesreč povzroči človek. Avtonomna vozila, to so vozila, ki lahko delno ali v celoti prevzamejo dinamično vožnjo, so zasnovana z namenom, da bi odpravljala napake voznikov in posledično zmanjšala število prometnih nesreč in njihovih žrtev. V diplomski nalogi smo predstavili zgodovino avtonomnih vozil, opredelili avtonomne stopnje in predstavili njihovo delovanje. V raziskovalnem delu naloge smo opisali obstoječe stanje varnosti cestnega prometa, zakonodajo na področju avtonomnih vozil in prikazali statistično analizo dosedanjih prometnih nesreč, ki so se zgodile z avtonomnimi vozili. S pomočjo anketnega vprašalnika smo pridobili reprezentativni vzorec ljudi in z analizo njihovih odgovorov prikazali javno mnenje o varnosti avtonomnih vozil. Prišli smo do ugotovitve, da je za večino prometnih nesreč z avtonomnimi vozili odgovoren človek in da imajo anketiranci v večini pozitivno mnenje o varnosti avtonomnih vozil.
Keywords:avtonomna vozila, avtonomna tehnologija, prometne nesreče, varnost, javno mnenje
Year of publishing:2018
Source:Celje
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:TOTAT1KS
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Licensing start date:23.07.2018

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Language:English
Title:Traffic safety of autonomous vehicles
Abstract:Worldwide more than a million people die each year as a result of road traffic accidents, and between 20 and 50 million suffer injuries. The main cause for their occurrence is the human factor. It was found that as many as 94% of all traffic accidents are caused by humans. Autonomous vehicles, these are vehicles that can assume a part or all the dynamic driving, are designed to eliminate the driver's faults and consequently reduce the number of road accidents and casualties. In the graduation thesis we presented the history of autonomous vehicles, defined autonomous rates and presented their functioning. In the research part of the thesis we described the existing state of road traffic safety and the legislation in the field of autonomous vehicles and presented a statistical analysis of the traffic accidents involving autonomous vehicles. Using the survey questionnaire, we obtained a representative sample of people and by analyzing their answers we presented public opinion about the safety of autonomous vehicles. We came to the conclusion that for most traffic accidents with autonomous vehicles, a human is responsible, and that the majority of respondents have a positive opinion on the safety of autonomous vehicles.
Keywords:autonomous vehicle, autonomous technology, car accidents, safety, public opinion


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