Evaluation of Driver's Mental Workload by Facial Temperature and Electrodermal Activity under Simulated Driving Conditions
顔面温度変化および皮膚電気活動を用いた運転者の精神的負荷評価

Shinji Kajiwara, Yuichi Yoshiki
The Transactions of Human Interface Society  
Evaluation of Driver's Mental Workload by Facial Temperature and Electrodermal Activity under Simulated Driving Conditions Shinj i Kaj iwara Yuichi Yoshiki The purpose of this study was to evaluate the mental workload of increasing driving speed, from 60 km/h to 180 km/h, when operating a driving simulator. The evaluation, based on changes in facial temperature and electrodermal activity, showed that the difference between nose and forehead temperature increased, that the skin potential level
more » ... creased, and that the skin conductance level increased. Monitoring facial temperature and electrodermal activity were both found to be effective in evaluating the mental workload involved.
doi:10.11184/his.12.4_365 fatcat:nf2jrm2sineuheqsvm7bazy4xe