An instrumented vehicle for microscopic monitoring of driver behaviour

Brackstone, M. and McDonald, M. (1993) An instrumented vehicle for microscopic monitoring of driver behaviour In Proceedings of the IEEE-IEE Vehicle Navigation and Information Systems Conference, 1993. IEEE., pp. 401-404. (doi:10.1109/VNIS.1993.585657).


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A vehicle-based data collection system is explored. It is capable of gathering accurate data on the relative movements of adjacent vehicles, and hence driver behavior, in a traffic stream. The instrumented vehicle may support a variety of detection devices, for example a tracking laser rangefinder head, or a constantly scanning laser beam (a LIDAR). To relate the measurements to the position of the vehicles on the road, several sub-systems are devised to calculate corrections required by variations in steering, and vibrational movements caused by the road surface. Operational specifications of the vehicle are devised, in terms of road and traffic conditions required for optimum performance, and strategies for use.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Digital Object Identifier (DOI): doi:10.1109/VNIS.1993.585657
ISBNs: 078031235 (print)
Venue - Dates: Colloquium on Systems Modelling Relative to Automobile and Traffic Engineering, Canada, 1993-10-12 - 1993-10-15

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Date Deposited: 11 Mar 2010
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