Presentation 2009-07-24
How should Driving Assistance Systems be Designed?
Yoshitaka MARUMO,
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Abstract(in English) This paper discusses how Driving Assistance Systems (DAS) should be designed. Conventional DAS which assist driving directly may not be effective in prevention of traffic accidents by the Risk Homeostasis Theory (RHT). This paper proposes an idea of new DAS which encourage driver's motivation to drive safely instead of direct driving assistance. In addition, DAS for fuel-efficient driving and improving traffic flow are also discussed.
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Keyword(in English) Driving Assistance System / Risk Homeostasis Theory / Safe Driving / Motivation / Flow Theory
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Conference Date 2009/7/17(1days)
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Title (in English) How should Driving Assistance Systems be Designed?
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Keyword(1) Driving Assistance System
Keyword(2) Risk Homeostasis Theory
Keyword(3) Safe Driving
Keyword(4) Motivation
Keyword(5) Flow Theory
1st Author's Name Yoshitaka MARUMO
1st Author's Affiliation College of Industrial Technology, Nihon University()
Date 2009-07-24
Paper # SSS2009-10
Volume (vol) vol.109
Number (no) 151
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 4
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