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Reducing casualties through improved forensic techniques and vehicle design

15 September 2021

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Reducing road traffic casualties through improved forensic techniques and vehicle design (RoaD) – proof of concept - to improve understanding of pedestrian injuries incurred as a result of a collision with a vehicle. In particular, the project set out to understand whether it is possible to create a pedestrian trauma database containing vehicle profiles, and capable of predicting the likely injury severity based on the impact speed, and depending on the vehicle involved and pedestrian stature.

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