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Jamie Mackenzie
Jamie Mackenzie
Centre for Automotive Safety Research
Verified email at casr.adelaide.edu.au
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Potential benefits of autonomous emergency braking based on in-depth crash reconstruction and simulation
R Anderson, S Doecke, JRR Mackenzie, G Ponte
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 2013
422013
Potential benefits of forward collision avoidance technology
R Anderson, SD Doecke, JRR Mackenzie, G Ponte, D Paine, M Paine
Injury 44 (15), 24, 2012
352012
The potential of autonomous emergency braking systems to mitigate passenger vehicle crashes
SD Doecke, RWG Anderson, JRR Mackenzie, G Ponte
35*
A robust estimation of the effects of motorcycle autonomous emergency braking (MAEB) based on in-depth crashes in Australia
G Savino, J Mackenzie, T Allen, M Baldock, J Brown, M Fitzharris
Traffic injury prevention 17 (sup1), 66-72, 2016
302016
A trial of retrofitted advisory collision avoidance technology in government fleet vehicles
JP Thompson, JRR Mackenzie, JK Dutschke, MRJ Baldock, SJ Raftery, ...
Accident Analysis & Prevention 115, 34-40, 2018
162018
Productivity of five subtropical grasses on a black earth of the eastern Darling Downs of Queensland
J MACKENzıE, R Mayer, WJ Bisset
Journal of Range Management 20, 77-83, 1982
121982
Weakly supervised training of monocular 3D object detectors using wide baseline multi-view traffic camera data
M Howe, I Reid, J Mackenzie
arXiv preprint arXiv:2110.10966, 2021
102021
An investigation of cyclist passing distances in the Australian Capital Territory
JRR Mackenzie, JK Dutschke, G Ponte
Accident Analysis & Prevention 154, 106075, 2021
102021
Acceleration of a car passenger during automatic emergency braking
B Sandoz, K Bucsuházy, A van den Berg, J Dutsche, J Mackenzie
Proceeding of 8th World Congress of Biomechanics, 8-12 July 2018, 2018
92018
Potential Benefits of Forward Collision Avoidance Technology (CASR016)
RWG Anderson, SD Doecke, JRR Mackenzie, G Ponte, D Pain, M Pain
Department of Transport and Main Roads, Queensland, Brisbane, 2012
92012
Reduction of speed limit from 110 km/h to 100 km/h on certain roads in South Australia: a follow up evaluation
JR Mackenzie, CN Kloeden, TP Hutchinson
72015
The effects of Electronic Stability Control interventions on rural road crashes in Australia: Simulation of real world crashes
JRR Mackenzie, RWG Anderson
62009
Characteristics of High Injury Severity Crashes on 80–110 km/h Rural Roads in South Australia
JR Mackenzie
Australasian Road Safety Research, Policing and Education Conference (2008 …, 2008
62008
Automated Vehicles and the Readiness of Western Australian Roads
J Mackenzie, J Dutschke, A van den Berg, M Kumar, L Meuleners
Curtin University: Bentley, Australia, 2018
52018
Analysis of the effect of dual purpose safety cameras at signalised intersections in Adelaide
JRR Mackenzie, CN Kloeden, TP Hutchinson
Road Safety Research, Policing and Education Conference, 2013
52013
Intelligent Speed Adaptation (ISA): benefit analysis using EDR data from real world crashes
SD Doecke, SJ Raftery, ME Elsegood, JR Mackenzie
Centre for Automotive Safety Research 26 (CASR176), 32, 2021
32021
Real car versus driving simulator comparison of head dynamics in emergency braking events
C Di Loreto, JR Chardonnet, J Mackenzie, J Dutchke, A van den Berg, ...
Driving Simulation Conference & Exhibition, 51-55, 2019
32019
An evaluation of bicycle passing distances in the ACT
JRR Mackenzie, JK Dutschke, G Ponte
Centre for Automotive Safety Research 56 (CASR157), 32-41, 2019
32019
Development of a device suitable for naturalistic studies of passing distances between cyclists and vehicles
JRR Mackenzie, JP Thompson, JK Dutschke
Australasian Road Safety Conference, Perth, Western Australia, 10-12, 2017
32017
The transport for new south Wales FleetCAT (fleet collision avoidance technology) trial: drivers attitudes to the technology
J Thompson, M Baldock, S Raftery, J Mackenzie, J Wall, K Iwanski
Australasian Road Safety Conference, 2016
32016
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