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Driver Condition Detection

Langer, Ingmar and Abendroth, Bettina and Bruder, Ralph :
Driver Condition Detection.
In: Handbook of Driver Assistance Systems. Springer International Publishing, Switzerland , pp. 871-890. ISBN 978-3-319-12351-6
[Book Section] , (2016)

Abstract

This following chapter deals with driver condition detection. After delineating the factors relevant to detecting a driver’s condition and discussing the reasons for addressing the subject in terms of accident risk and the corresponding potentials and challenges (Sect. 1), three potential uses of driver condition detection are examined: detection of inattentiveness (Sect. 2), detection of drowsiness (Sect. 3), and detection of medical emergencies (e.g., a heart attack; Sect. 4). The respective driver conditions are defined, relevant measuring variables and their corresponding measuring procedures present, and selected applications expanded upon. Section 5 addresses driver condition monitoring systems currently available on the market and names the measuring variables and procedures used by those systems, before giving a short overview of the problem of potential false alarms in Sect. 6.

Item Type: Book Section
Erschienen: 2016
Creators: Langer, Ingmar and Abendroth, Bettina and Bruder, Ralph
Title: Driver Condition Detection
Language: English
Abstract:

This following chapter deals with driver condition detection. After delineating the factors relevant to detecting a driver’s condition and discussing the reasons for addressing the subject in terms of accident risk and the corresponding potentials and challenges (Sect. 1), three potential uses of driver condition detection are examined: detection of inattentiveness (Sect. 2), detection of drowsiness (Sect. 3), and detection of medical emergencies (e.g., a heart attack; Sect. 4). The respective driver conditions are defined, relevant measuring variables and their corresponding measuring procedures present, and selected applications expanded upon. Section 5 addresses driver condition monitoring systems currently available on the market and names the measuring variables and procedures used by those systems, before giving a short overview of the problem of potential false alarms in Sect. 6.

Title of Book: Handbook of Driver Assistance Systems
Place of Publication: Switzerland
Publisher: Springer International Publishing
Divisions: 16 Department of Mechanical Engineering
16 Department of Mechanical Engineering > Ergonomics (IAD)
Date Deposited: 24 May 2016 13:00
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