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Arbitrate driver warnings generated by in-vehicle systems to prevent confusion in cases where multiple warnings are presented in multiple threat scenarios.

Experience from Integrated Vehicle-Based Safety Systems (IVBSS) program field operational tests.


June 2011
Detroit,Michigan,United States


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Arbitrate driver warnings to prevent confusion. In both light and heavy vehicle platform testing, a need was found to arbitrate driver warnings to prevent confusion in cases where multiple warnings are presented in multiple threat the scenarios. The study found drivers often respond appropriately to the first warning, but it is unclear how immediate, subsequent warnings were received and responded to.


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Source

Integrated Vehicle-Based Safety Systems Field Operational Test Final Program Report

Author: Sayer, J.; D. LeBlanc; S. Bogard; D. Funkhouser; S. Bao; M. L. Buonarosa; and A. Blankespoor

Published By: U.S. DOT, Research and Innovative Technology Administration, ITS Joint Program Office

Source Date: June 2011

Other Reference Number: DOT HS 811 482

URL: http://www.nhtsa.gov/DOT/NHTSA/NVS/Crash%20Avoidance/Technical%20Publications/2011/811482.pdf

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