A brief discussion on driver feedback systems and their results 2018-36-0086
Mandatory policies have played an important role for the automakers develop better projects in terms of safety and fuel efficiency; while customers of commercial vehicles are mainly interested in lowering the Total Cost Ownership (TCO). A common factor among these requirements is the driving performance, which is influenced by external sources. A lot of Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) and tech companies are launching driving feedback systems that look over all of the data from the vehicle, driver and road in order to generate outputs to improve driver behavior. Understanding human machine interface (HMI) and applying Behaviorism concepts to the analysis of these systems, this paper is aimed to discuss how different driver coaching systems work. Overall, the main result is the changes in decision making outcomes about driving styles through enhancing awareness.
Citation: Eleotério, R., Paterlini, B., Baldissera, E., and Prullage, A., "A brief discussion on driver feedback systems and their results," SAE Technical Paper 2018-36-0086, 2018. Download Citation
Ronaldo José Castro Eleotério, Bruno Scarano Paterlini, Emanuel Nunes Baldissera, Arno Stefan Prullage