Major(s)

Industrial Engineering

Minor(s)

Psychology

Mentor Name

Michelle Rusch

Mentor Department

Industrial Engineering

Other Mentor Department

Neurology

Abstract

A preliminary study was conducted to find an effective augmented reality cue to be used in a collision avoidance system (CAS) study to aid elderly drivers in lane changing decisions. Results from the first study are being used to create a lane-changing experiment that will determine the relationship between biological factors and patterns of performance and safety errors in elderly drivers.

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Copyright © 2011 Ryan A DeFranco

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An investigation of visual cues to improve driver safety in changing lanes

A preliminary study was conducted to find an effective augmented reality cue to be used in a collision avoidance system (CAS) study to aid elderly drivers in lane changing decisions. Results from the first study are being used to create a lane-changing experiment that will determine the relationship between biological factors and patterns of performance and safety errors in elderly drivers.