Effect of Closed-Loop Motion Cueing Algorithm for a Six-Degrees-of-Freedom Dynamic Simulator on Pupil Diameter as a Driver Stress Factor 2018-01-6004
This paper describes the contribution of the closed-loop control of the motion platform (six degrees of freedom: longitudinal, lateral, and vertical displacements; pitch, roll, yaw) and motion platform’s three-dimensional (3D) displacement scale factor (SF) (0.2 and 1.0) on eye pupil diameter (PD) as an objective measure of driver cognitive load. Longitudinal, lateral, and vertical accelerations as well as longitudinal, lateral, and vertical positions from the center of gravity (CG) of the vehicle were registered through the driving simulation software SCANeRstudio® from OKTAL.
Closed-loop control decreases the driver mental load. This type of closed-loop control can be used to decrease the driver mental load.
Citation: Aykent, B., Paillot, D., Merienne, F., and Kemeny, A., "Effect of Closed-Loop Motion Cueing Algorithm for a Six-Degrees-of-Freedom Dynamic Simulator on Pupil Diameter as a Driver Stress Factor," SAE Technical Paper 2018-01-6004, 2018, https://doi.org/10.4271/2018-01-6004. Download Citation
Baris Aykent, Damien Paillot, Frederic Merienne, Andras Kemeny
Hexagon Studio, Arts et Metiers ParisTech, Arts et Metiers ParisTech and Renault SAS