This work presents initial findings of a research project aimed at designing an assistance system able to improve driver ability and reduce accident risk. The proposed system is an innovative Advanced Driver Assistance System based on the integration of two main components: a training procedure based on precision teaching, and a control equipment monitoring driver behavior and providing feedbacks during regular driving and in critical traffic conditions. With reference to the first component, two driving simulator experiments were designed and implemented. Experiments aimed at demonstrating the effectiveness of precision teaching for training drivers and observing the effectiveness of the feedbacks system in enhancing vehicle control. Vehicle lateral position was considered as main dependent measure. Feedbacks were successful in improving vehicle position within the lane with lateral variability being reduced after three trials.

An advanced driver assistance system for improving driver ability. Design and test in virtual environment

Rossi, Riccardo;Gecchele, Gregorio;Gastaldi, Massimiliano;Biondi, Francesco;Mulatti, Claudio
2017

Abstract

This work presents initial findings of a research project aimed at designing an assistance system able to improve driver ability and reduce accident risk. The proposed system is an innovative Advanced Driver Assistance System based on the integration of two main components: a training procedure based on precision teaching, and a control equipment monitoring driver behavior and providing feedbacks during regular driving and in critical traffic conditions. With reference to the first component, two driving simulator experiments were designed and implemented. Experiments aimed at demonstrating the effectiveness of precision teaching for training drivers and observing the effectiveness of the feedbacks system in enhancing vehicle control. Vehicle lateral position was considered as main dependent measure. Feedbacks were successful in improving vehicle position within the lane with lateral variability being reduced after three trials.
5th IEEE International Conference on Models and Technologies for Intelligent Transportation Systems, MT-ITS 2017 - Proceedings
9781509064847
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