Filters








1,903 Hits in 6.2 sec

Preface to the Special Section on Human Factors and Automation in Vehicles

Natasha Merat, John D. Lee
2012 Human Factors  
As in other domains, driving safety increasingly depends on the combined performance of the human and automation, and successful designs will depend on recognizing and supporting the new roles of the driver  ...  Conclusion: Designers should not assume that automation can substitute seamlessly for a human driver, nor can they assume that the driver can safely accommodate the limitations of automation.  ...  Examples of such Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) include automated parking, lane keeping systems, adaptive cruise control, forward collision warning, speed regulation systems, curve speed warning  ... 
doi:10.1177/0018720812461374 pmid:23156614 fatcat:3mdn34l3e5fu5njxnsozzymecm

Attention grounding: a new approach to in-vehicle information system implementation

Emily E. Wiese, John D. Lee
2007 Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science  
Specifically, integration of a forward collision-warning system and a mobile phone makes it possible to dynamically adjust the warning threshold, such that distracted drivers who are talking on a mobile  ...  For example, guidelines for a side object collision warning do not consider how this function might interact with a forward object collision warning.  ... 
doi:10.1080/14639220601129269 fatcat:kwixw66fnjg7jnnwt6m5lqc5wq

A Fog-Based DSS Model for Driving Rule Violation Monitoring Framework on the Internet of Things

Sandip Roy, Rajesh Bose, Debabrata Sarddar
2015 International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology  
Switching to an automated decision support driving rule violation monitoring system based on sensor network is one of the paradigms to solve this issue.  ...  This paper proposed novel fog-based intelligent decision support system (DSS) for driver safety and traffic violation monitoring based on the IoT.  ...  They provided an open source platform to encourage more developers for designing their applications based on edge of the network.  ... 
doi:10.14257/ijast.2015.82.03 fatcat:h23y3sokh5a5xfwpue5ph5dr6i

Taxonomy of Mitigation Strategies for Driver Distraction

Birsen Donmez, Linda Boyle, John D. Lee
2003 Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting  
This taxonomy provides a framework that can guide research and address the driver distraction problem systematically.  ...  Driver distraction can be described as the diversion of driver's attention from the primary task of driving and is one of the most common causes of crashes.  ...  The majority of previous research has focused on driver-related strategies such as intervening (automatic braking systems), delegating (adaptive cruise control), warning (collision warning systems), warning  ... 
doi:10.1177/154193120304701607 fatcat:rysysy2bk5byrpzvmujkxgiss4

Eye-based driver state monitor of distraction, drowsiness, and cognitive load for transitions of control in automated driving

Christopher Cabrall, Nico Janssen, Joel Goncalves, Alberto Morando, Matthew Sassman, Joost de Winter
2016 2016 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics (SMC)  
Value of Proposed DSM System Design Performance of drivers degrade and rebound differently based on underlying casual mechanisms and so may have implications for warning/resolution strategies in driver  ...  speeds) while also maintaining adaptive forward collision avoidance technology (i.e., slowing/stopping in cases of detected collision conflicts).  ... 
doi:10.1109/smc.2016.7844530 dblp:conf/smc/CabrallJGMSW16 fatcat:2x2i7z32ejbupbqxpdzwbql2ae

Adaptive forward collision warning algorithm for automotive applications

SeyedMehrdad Hosseini, Nikolce Murgovski, Gabriel Rodrigues de Campos, Jonas Sjoberg
2016 2016 American Control Conference (ACC)  
This paper proposes an adaptive collision warning algorithm (CWA) that supports the driver by issuing early warnings for collision avoidance without noticeably increasing the risk of false alarms in real  ...  adaptive (speed-dependent) warning threshold.  ...  In [16] , the intervention threshold is modified by considering an appropriate model for a distracted driver.  ... 
doi:10.1109/acc.2016.7526608 dblp:conf/amcc/HosseiniMCS16 fatcat:zi4sp3w3x5bblecg3dp6gqb36u

Integrated Context-Aware Driver Assistance System Architecture

Elhadi M. Shakshuki, Wael Alghamdi, Tarek Sheltami
2013 Mobile Information Systems  
This is achieved by developing a warning system that assists drivers to avoid collisions and improve their response times.  ...  An efficient implementation of these systems is necessary to ensure the safety of driving situations and to reduce the collision rates.  ...  -Forward Collision Avoidance and Speed Adaption function: To provide the distance of objects or vehicles in front of the vehicle and issue warnings, while it adapts the required speed depends on how far  ... 
doi:10.1155/2013/205426 fatcat:jgk6qmzlzvfg3fagkv64vpz63i

Human Monitoring-Based Driving Support

Makoto Itoh
2008 IFAC Proceedings Volumes  
This paper introduces several researches in which the author participated in the project on driver monitoring techniques and design of driver support based on the driver monitoring.  ...  This project includes the following research topics: (i) estimation of driver's state, (ii) driver behavior modeling, (iii) intelligent information processing methods for situation recognition and visual  ...  examined effectiveness and adriver's acceptance of a driver-adaptable forward vehicle collision warning system.  ... 
doi:10.3182/20080706-5-kr-1001.02551 fatcat:vn5agphfi5bp3htdqwackhf3am

Road collisions avoidance using vehicular cyber-physical systems: a taxonomy and review

Faisal Riaz, Muaz A. Niazi
2016 Complex Adaptive Systems Modeling  
One implication of complexity is that road traffic collisions have become an unwelcome but unavoidable part of human life. One of the major causes of collisions is the human factor.  ...  While car manufacturers have been focusing on developing feasible solutions for autonomous and semi-autonomous vehicles to replace or assist human drivers, the proposed solutions have been designed only  ...  The position of the camel is forwarded to DSRC receiver, which is mounted on the warning system. The warning system then warns the driver to avoid possible collision with the camel.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40294-016-0025-8 fatcat:gncetnt6abf35clan4desxdyzm

Lateral control assistance in car driving: classification, review and future prospects

J. Navarro, F. Mars, M.S. Young
2011 IET Intelligent Transport Systems  
The proposed classification is based on prior work by Hoc, Young and Blosseville and Young, Stanton and Harris, who put forward related theoretical frameworks on human-machine cooperation with automation  ...  This study puts forward a classification of driver lateral control assistance devices based on distinctions among several cooperative activities between the driver and the assistance devices.  ...  Therefore longitudinal assistance devices, such as forward collision warning systems or adaptive cruise control, have not been included.  ... 
doi:10.1049/iet-its.2010.0087 fatcat:wc32gzlnizceppreasmknmebhy

Augmenting the Technology Acceptance Model with Trust: Commercial Drivers' Attitudes towards Monitoring and Feedback

Mahtab Ghazizadeh, Yiyun Peng, John D. Lee, Linda Ng Boyle
2012 Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting  
This study evaluates truck drivers' attitudes toward an on-board monitoring system (OBMS), using an extended version of the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) that accounts for drivers' trust in OBMS.  ...  Crashes that involve trucks incur a high cost to society and driver-related factors contribute to about one third of all large truck fatal crashes in the US.  ...  real-time feedback in the form of auditory and visual warnings, e.g., forward collision warning, lane departure warning, and driver behavior warning (Boyle & Peng, 2010) .  ... 
doi:10.1177/1071181312561481 fatcat:ws7ibmfjkrhrpo5vlaui7zi2si

DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF AN ADAPTIVE INTEGRATED DRIVER-VEHICLE INTERFACE: OVERVIEW OF THE AIDE PROJECT

Angelos Amditis, Luisa Andreone, Aris Polychronopoulos, Johan Engström
2005 IFAC Proceedings Volumes  
The main objective of the SP3 and the paper is the design and development of an innovative adaptive integrated human-machine interface for driver assistance, information and nomad systems.  ...  To address this objective different modules are described which monitor in real time the driver, the environment and the vehicle and to which the HMI is adapted.  ...  warning, blind spot, lane change assistance etc.), longitudinal control support (e.g. forward and rear collision warning, ACC), friction monitoring, vision enhancement, driver fatigue monitoring etc.  ... 
doi:10.3182/20050703-6-cz-1902.01196 fatcat:7yw5pcfodbcz7fuqmvpdzifbuu

Designing an integrated driver assistance system using image sensors

M. Akhlaq, Tarek R. Sheltami, Bo Helgeson, Elhadi M. Shakshuki
2012 Journal of Intelligent Manufacturing  
Advanced driver assistance system (ADAS) can reduce the human errors by keeping an eye on the driving environment and warning a driver to the upcoming danger.  ...  Targeting at designing a camera-based ADAS, we have conducted an ethnographic study of drivers to know what information about the driving environment would be useful in preventing accidents.  ...  Most of the existing systems focus on only single useful service, such as parking assistance, forward collision warning, lane departure warning, adaptive cruise control, and driver drowsiness detection  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10845-011-0618-1 fatcat:euyozj7nyvcltg2kwsbwjj7zca

The DESERVE project: Towards future ADAS functions

Matti Kutila, Pasi Pyykonen, Paul van Koningsbruggen, Nereo Pallaro, Joshue Perez-Rastelli
2014 2014 International Conference on Embedded Computer Systems: Architectures, Modeling, and Simulation (SAMOS XIV)  
The demonstrators will be based on software development tools from Elektrobit (ADTF) and Intempora (RTmaps).  ...  These tools are used to create 10 innovative ADAS applications as part of an integral ADAS development platform, following a new design and development process.  ...  Urban Assist -Daimler, passenger car; • AEB interurban, driver distraction & drowsiness and driver intention -CRF, passenger car; • Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) and Collision Warning & Emergency braking  ... 
doi:10.1109/samos.2014.6893226 dblp:conf/samos/KutilaPKPP14 fatcat:posjz37x7ja3pd22obp3mnyccm

Human error taxonomies applied to driving: A generic driver error taxonomy and its implications for intelligent transport systems

Neville A. Stanton, Paul M. Salmon
2009 Safety Science  
An overview of the research on driver error follows, to consider the different types of errors that drivers make. It was found that all but one of these does not use a human error taxonomy.  ...  A generic driver error taxonomy is therefore proposed based upon the dominant psychological mechanisms thought to be involved.  ...  a vehicle will not enter path Adaptive cruise control, collision sensing and warning systems Inattention Nearly hit car in front when queuing Vigilance monitoring systems Distraction Distracted by secondary  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ssci.2008.03.006 fatcat:dg3q233gnfbj3hahfyk3gwwmfq
« Previous Showing results 1 — 15 out of 1,903 results