Location

Stevenson, Washington

Date

10-7-2007

Session

Session 4 – Posters

Abstract

The main objective of experiments focused on assessments of in-car devices (IVIS in this case) is to evaluate objectively their influence on safety and comfort of driving. This paper presents a big set of experiments performed on our driving simulators. Besides the experiment setup, it describes several different methods used for the classification of driver behavior based either on analysis of technical outputs from simulated driving or subjective and psycho-physiological measures. The aim of the whole project is to find out the objective methodology (a complex set of methods) for assessment of IVIS (or further any HMI devices used in the cars) with respect to drivers’ skills and personalities.

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Copyright © 2007 the author(s)

DC Citation

Proceedings of the Fourth International Driving Symposium on Human Factors in Driver Assessment, Training and Vehicle Design, July 9-12, 2007, Stevenson, Washington. Iowa City, IA: Public Policy Center, University of Iowa, 2007: 153-159.

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Objective Methods for Assessments of Influence of IVIS (In-Vehicle Information Systems) on Safe Driving

Stevenson, Washington

The main objective of experiments focused on assessments of in-car devices (IVIS in this case) is to evaluate objectively their influence on safety and comfort of driving. This paper presents a big set of experiments performed on our driving simulators. Besides the experiment setup, it describes several different methods used for the classification of driver behavior based either on analysis of technical outputs from simulated driving or subjective and psycho-physiological measures. The aim of the whole project is to find out the objective methodology (a complex set of methods) for assessment of IVIS (or further any HMI devices used in the cars) with respect to drivers’ skills and personalities.