Potential for driver attention monitoring system development
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      NTL-SAFETY AND SECURITY-SAFETY AND SECURITY;NTL-SAFETY AND SECURITY-Human Factors;
    • Abstract:
      The following document provides an overview of the potential value of research

      into driver attentional processes. Section 1 outlines the status of this research

      into driver attentional processes and provides capsule descriptions of the

      physical and psychological states which are related to reduced driver alertness.

      Section 2 outlines the statistical evidence of the relationships between driver

      attention and traffic accident data. Section 3 details the prior research in the

      area. Section 4 describes the technology currently available for sensing

      degraded alertness in drivers. Section 5 provides preliminary conclusions with

      regard to research directions in the area. The appendices provide reproductions

      of the material describing proprietary alertness devices and the NASS (National

      Accident Sampling System).

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