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The SHERPA driving simulator as a technical platform for driver’s state monitoring studies

Abstract : Several studies were conducted at the laboratory some years ago about drowsiness detection and mental workload assessment in the context of car driving. These studies were made in a driving simulator and involved a posteriori data analyses, with the aim to identify symptoms of potentially dangerous situations/states. More recently, in the continuity of these works, developments have been made in the SHERPA simulator that equips the laboratory to implement similar analyses but in real time, while driving. A demonstrator has been developed, called D2M for “Driver and Driving Monitoring”, in the form of a warning system combining a Lane Departure Warning, a Headway Collision Warning, a distraction warning and drowsiness warning. Rather than a prototype, this system is intended as a technical platform allowing studies on several issues: sensors and data collection, data analysis and HMI to inform the driver about his own state
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Philippe Simon, Jérôme Floris, Jean-Christophe Popieul. The SHERPA driving simulator as a technical platform for driver’s state monitoring studies. 10. Berliner Werkstatt Mensch-Maschine-Systeme, Oct 2013, Berlin, Germany. ⟨hal-03467582⟩



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