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Warwick-JLR driver monitoring dataset (DMD): statistics and early findings

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Warwick-JLR driver monitoring dataset (DMD): statistics and early findings
Driving is a safety critical task that requires a high level of attention and workload from the driver. Despite this, people often also perform secondary tasks such as eating or using a mobile phone, which increase workload levels and divert cognitive and physical attention from the primary task of driving. If a vehicle is aware that the driver is currently under high workload, the vehicle functionality can be changed in order to minimize any further demand. Traditionally, workload measurements have been performed using intrusive means such as physiological sensors. Another approach may be to monitor workload online using readily available and robust sensors accessible via the vehicle’s Controller Area Network (CAN). In this paper, we present details of the Warwick-JLR Driver Monitoring Dataset (DMD) collected for this purpose, and to announce its publication for driver monitoring research. The collection protocol is briefly introduced, followed by statistical analysis of the datas...
Phillip Taylor, Nathan Griffiths, Abhir Bhalerao,
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Type Journal
Year 2015
Where AUTOMOTIVEUI
Authors Phillip Taylor, Nathan Griffiths, Abhir Bhalerao, Xu Zhou, Adam Gelencser, Thomas Popham
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