1972-02-01

DRIVER'S VISUAL RANGE DETECTION 720142

This paper presents the results of a study to determine the factors required to monitor visual range. Equations are presented that indicate that it is possible to monitor visual range by using measurements of scene luminance, atmospheric backscatter, and ambient light levels. The concept of a device that could monitor a driver's visual range using these measurements is also described.

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