A New Look at Driver Perception - Reaction Time at Driveways

Abstract:

Oregon State University
AM1220Dixon

As part of the AMAG project, Karen Dixon used a driving simulator to study the driver perception - reaction time of drivers of different ages. 

Overview

  • Defining the Problem
  • Study Currently in Progress
  • Concluding Remarks

Next Steps

  • What can be determined:
    • Complete testing of subjects
    • Determine PRT for each driver experience
    • Match driver demographics to associated PRT values using triggers in the program as well as eye tracking and foot camera information
    • Vehicle dash board selected speed
    • Compile and report results
  • What cannot be directly determined:
    • Driver’s perceived speeds (but relative speeds and acceleration / deceleration can be assessed)
Slide List:
  1. A New Look at Driver Perception – Reaction Time at Driveways
  2. Overview
  3. Selecting an Unsignalized Spacing Requirement
  4. Right-Turn Conflict Overlap
  5. Right-turn Overlap Conflict Values
  6. Current Assessment Activity
  7. Driving Simulator Study
  8. Design of Experiment
  9. Driveway Maneuvers of Interest
  10. CONTROL SECTION
  11. DISTRACTOR TEST
  12. TURNING MOVEMENTS AT DRIVEWAYS
  13. Next Steps
  • Posted on: Fri, 08/30/2013 - 22:53
  • By: fbroen
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