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Development of Bicycle Simulator for Safety Riding Education

Article of Honda R&D Technical Review Vol.22 No.2

Summary

Lifelong Education of Traffic Safety necessitates educating not only motorcycle and automobile drivers but also giving traffic safety education to bicycle users who may not have driving licenses. A "Bicycle Simulator" was developed for teaching safe riding to a wide age range, with effective functions to teach traffic rules and manners and enhance the student's ability to predict risks.

Reference

(1) Japan Bicycle Promotion Institute (JBPI): Bicycle statistics in Japan, Vol. 42 (2008) (in Japanese)
(2) Institute for Traffic Accident Research and Data Analysis (ITARDA): The annual traffic accident statistical database, Edition 2008 (2009) (in Japanese)
(3) Ichimi, S., Miyamaru, Y., Aoki, K., Suzuki, K.: Development of Riding Trainer for Safety Riding Education and Its Features, Journal of Society of Automotive Engineers of Japan, No. 121-06, p. 15-18 (2006) (in Japanese)
(4) Institute for Traffic Accident Research and Data Analysis (ITARDA): The annual traffic accident statistical database, Edition 2006 (2007) (in Japanese)
(5) Ogawa, K.: Evaluation of a Road Safety Educational Program "Production of Hazard Maps" for Schoolchildren, International Association of Traffic and Safety Science Review, Vol. 32 No. 04, p. 31-40 (2007) (in Japanese)
(6) http://www.npa.go.jp/bicycle/pdf/0611teigen.pdf, 2010/4/22
(7) http://www.npa.go.jp/bicycle/pdf/0705menkyo.pdf, 2010/04/22
(8) Suzuki, K., Miyamaru, Y., Ichimi, S., Aoki, K.: Development of Bicycle Simulator and Its Features, Journal of Society of Automotive Engineers of Japan, No. 71-07, p. 15-18 (2007) (in Japanese)
(9) JP, 07-21391, A(2007)
(10) Miyamaru, Y., Yamasaki, G., Aoki, K.: Development of a Riding Simulator and Its Prehistory, Journal of Society of Automotive Engineers of Japan, No. 59-00, p. 1-4 (2000) (in Japanese)

Author (organization or company)

Kenji SUZUKI(Motorcycle R&D Center)、Yukio MIYAMARU(Motorcycle R&D Center)

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