SURVEY - Interactions Between Self-driving Vehicles and Pedestrians

university of BC logoHow will non-automated road users (pedestrians, cyclists and conventional vehicle drivers) interact with automated vehicles in real world settings? Dr. Alex Bigazzi, Dr. Jordi Honey-Rosés and their research team at the University of British Columbia (UBC) are investigating this question and request your help.

In return for completing an on line survey you will be entered in a draw for one of ten $25 gift cards.

The survey takes about 10 minutes to complete. You will be asked to evaluate pedestrian interactions with vehicles shown in a series of 8 short video clips. For comparison, half of the interactions will be with conventional vehicles at the same crosswalk locations. You will also be asked basic questions about yourself, your travel habits, and your general opinions on self-driving vehicles.

Please take a moment to complete the survey to assist this important research.


That was interesting, actually!

But you better have more than a few minutes spare to go through all the scenarios properly, to answer their questions!

Waste of time

I will be contacting Alex Bigazzi about techniques used in this survey. Very amateurish.

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