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Testing of lane departure warning (LDW) systems in a fixed-base driving simulator found driver corrective actions were boosted by LDW presence, with steering wheel vibration warnings stimulating greater response than directional audio warnings.

An evaluation of alternative LDW designs using an University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute (UMTRI) driving simulator.


09/11/2015


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Corrective responses appear to be generally boosted by LDW presence, with the wheel-vibration LDW resulting in somewhat greater response than a directional audio LDW.


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The Influence of Roadway Features on Observed Lane Departure Warning Response in a Simulator

Author: Scanlon, J.M.; K.D. Kusano; and H.C. Gabler

Published By: Proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium on Future Active Safety Technology Towards Zero Traffic Accidents

Source Date: 09/11/2015

URL: http://publications.lib.chalmers.se/records/fulltext/222422/local_222422.pdf

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Lesson ID: 2018-00837