The 'DRIVOBS' project aims to increase knowledge of the ways drivers use vision, motion, and other information to control vehicles. The result will eventually be a set of simulation products for the automotive market to aid the development of vehicle dynamic control systems, active safety systems, infotainment systems and human machine interfaces, and for the training of professional test drivers. Driver behavior is observed using camera vision, physiological measurements and system identification in complex driving scenarios.
Contributing partners DRIVOBS project
Delft University of Technology, Cruden, Noldus IT, Smart Eye, TNO and VTI, the Swedish National Road and Transport Research Institute.
In the press
- Motion simulation at the heart of new developments in driver observation research for the automotive industry
- Korea’s automotive manufacturers and suppliers urged to experience the benefits of professional motion simulators at Seoul Expo
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