Using Driver Primary Control Input to Determine the Timing of Alerts and Warnings 972668
This study evaluated whether a driver's intention to comply with a stop sign, and/or negotiate a turn, or proceed on a straight path could be predicted through the identification of patterns in driver input to vehicle primary controls. Driver input to primary controls was assessed during intersection approach, according to type of intersection maneuver. Control input patterns, relative to intersection arrival, will be used to identify effective timing of driver alerts and warnings regarding potential hazards at an intersection. The results of this study will support the development of countermeasures to prevent or reduce the severity of intersection crashes.
Citation: Lloyd, M., Witherow, K., Pierowicz, J., Gawron, V. et al., "Using Driver Primary Control Input to Determine the Timing of Alerts and Warnings," SAE Technical Paper 972668, 1997, https://doi.org/10.4271/972668. Download Citation
Mary Lloyd, Kimberly Witherow, John Pierowicz, Valerie Gawron, Alvah C. Bittner
Calspan Corp., Battelle Memorial Institute
1997 SAE Future Transportation Technology Conference and Exposition
Advances in Intelligent Transportation System Design-SP-1285, Navigation and Intelligent Transportation Systems-PT-72, SAE 1997 Transactions - Journal of Passenger Cars-V106-6