Development of an onboard system to measure the on-road driving pattern for developing motorcycle driving cycle in Khon Kaen city, Thailand

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This study developed an onboard system to measure the on-road driving pattern for a motorcycle driving cycle in Khon Kaen city, Thailand. The developed system, validated with high accuracy results, could measure and record a driving pattern, i.e. a speed profile of a driving motorcycle. The selected motorcycle was driven along selected routes in Khon Kaen city under the existing traffic conditions to collect the on-road driving pattern. The Khon Kaen motorcycle driving cycle (KMDC) was developed by a repetitive algorithm using the principle of least total variance in the target parameters. The developed KMDC was compared with the existing motorcycle driving cycles for Bangkok and other cities. The result reveals that the KMDC is different from those of other cities.

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Seedam, A., Satiennam, T., Radpukdee, T., & Satiennam, W. (2015). Development of an onboard system to measure the on-road driving pattern for developing motorcycle driving cycle in Khon Kaen city, Thailand. IATSS Research, 39(1), 79–85. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.iatssr.2015.05.003

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