Australian Naturalistic Driving Study (ANDS): using 20,000 trips to get a glimpse at locations and speeds where data was collected
The Australian Naturalistic Driving Study provides immense opportunities for further understanding driver behaviour. Data collection being now completed, and a large subset of the data becoming available to researchers, it becomes important to look at what is available in the data. This paper presents a first attempt to develop a scalable approach for analysing data, by looking at the particular case of vehicle speed and driving location. A preliminary spatial database was created using ~20,000 New South Wales trips, and GPS points were map matched to Australian roads. This approach provides opportunities for studying locations where NSWdrivers over-speed.