Walter Morales Alvarez, Cristina Olaverri-Monreal,
"Real-World Evaluation of the Impact of Automated Driving System Technology on Driver Gaze Behavior, Reaction Time and Trust"
: IEEE Proceedings Intelligent Vehicles Symposium, in IEEE, 2021
Real-World Evaluation of the Impact of Automated Driving System Technology on Driver Gaze Behavior, Reaction Time and Trust
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IEEE Proceedings Intelligent Vehicles Symposium
Abstract? Recent developments in advanced driving assistance systems (ADAS) that rely on some level of autonomy
have led the automobile industry and research community to
investigate the impact they might have on driving performance.
However, most of the research performed so far is based
on simulated environments. In this study we investigated the
behavior of drivers in a vehicle with automated driving system
(ADS) capabilities in a real life driving scenario. We analyzed
their response to a take over request (TOR) at two different
driving speeds while being engaged in non- driving-related tasks
(NDRT). Results from the performed experiments showed that
driver reaction time to a TOR, gaze behavior and self-reported
trust in automation were affected by the type of NDRT being
concurrently performed and driver reaction time and gaze
behavior additionally depended on the driving or vehicle speed
at the time of TOR.