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Sam Doecke
Sam Doecke
Centre for Autmotive Safety Research
Verified email at adelaide.edu.au
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The real-world safety potential of connected vehicle technology
S Doecke, A Grant, RWG Anderson
Traffic injury prevention 16 (sup1), S31-S35, 2015
422015
Potential benefits of autonomous emergency braking based on in-depth crash reconstruction and simulation
R Anderson, S Doecke, J Mackenzie, G Ponte
Proceedings of the 23rd International Conference on Enhanced Safety of …, 2013
392013
Safe speed limits for a safe system: The relationship between speed limit and fatal crash rate for different crash types
SD Doecke, CN Kloeden, JK Dutschke, MRJ Baldock
Traffic injury prevention 19 (4), 404-408, 2018
332018
Potential benefits of forward collision avoidance technology
R Anderson, SD Doecke, JRR Mackenzie, G Ponte, D Paine, M Paine
Injury 44 (15), 24, 2012
322012
The potential of autonomous emergency braking systems to mitigate passenger vehicle crashes
S Doecke, R Anderson, J Mackenzie, G Ponte
Australasian College of Road Safety, 2012
322012
Vehicle age-related crashworthiness of the South Australian passenger fleet (CASR 062)
RWG Anderson, SD Doecke, DJ Searson
Adelaide: Centre for Automotive Safety Research, 2009
21*2009
Impact speed and the risk of serious injury in vehicle crashes
SD Doecke, MRJ Baldock, CN Kloeden, JK Dutschke
Accident Analysis & Prevention 144, 105629, 2020
192020
Casualty crash reductions from reducing various levels of speeding
SD Doecke, CN Kloeden, AJ McLean
Centre for Automotive Safety Research, University of Adelaide, 2011
142011
Cost benefit analysis of intelligent speed assist
S Doecke, JE Woolley
Adelaide: Centre for Automotive Safety Research, 2010
112010
Effective use of clear zones and barriers in a safe system's context
S Doecke, JE Woolley
Proceedings of the Australasian road safety research, policing and education …, 2010
112010
Further investigation into the effective use of clear zones and barriers in a safe system's context on rural roads
S Doecke, J Woolley
Government of Western Australia, 2011
102011
A survey of bullbar prevalence at pedestrian crash sites in Adelaide, South Australia
R Anderson, G Ponte, S Doecke
Centre for Automotive Safety Research, 2008
102008
Cost benefit analysis of intelligent speed adaptation
S Doecke, J Woolley, RWG Anderson
Proceedings of Traffic Safety on Three Continents Conference 19, 21, 2001
102001
An analysis of head impact severity in simulations of collisions between pedestrians and SUVs/work utility vehicles, and sedans
RWG Anderson, S Doecke
Traffic injury prevention 12 (4), 388-397, 2011
72011
The relative age related crashworthiness of the registered South Australian passenger vehicle fleet
RWG Anderson, S Doecke
Journal of the Australasian College of Road Safety 21 (1), 36-46, 2010
72010
The effect of bull bars on head impact kinematics in pedestrian crashes
R Anderson, S Doecke, A van den Berg, D Searson, G Ponte
Centre for Automotive Safety Research, 2009
72009
Annual performance indicators of enforced driver behaviours in South Australia, 2009
SD Doecke, JAL Grigo
62011
Annual performance indicators of enforced driver behaviours in South Australia, 2008
L Wundersitz, S Doecke, MRJ Baldock
Centre for Automotive Safety Research, 2010
62010
Travel speed and the risk of serious injury in vehicle crashes
SD Doecke, JK Dutschke, MRJ Baldock, CN Kloeden
Accident Analysis & Prevention 161, 106359, 2021
52021
How do we prevent and mitigate crashes?: Evidence from Australian at-scene in-depth crash investigations
S Doecke, J Thompson, C Stokes
Journal of road safety 31 (2), 35-43, 2020
52020
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