Speed Control and Shared Steering Control between a Driver and an Automation: by Buzzer Intimation.

K Vignesh, T.S Saravana Kumar, P Srinivasakumar, S Gunasekar

Abstract


Driving is a dangerous activity that can have serious human and economic consequences. In many cases, the accidents can be attributed to degradation in driver performance, which is caused by such factors as fatigue, drowsiness, or inattention. Several advanced assistance systems have been proposed over the last decade to improve vehicle lateral control. Some of them are based on the principle of mutual control between the driver and the automation system. The challenge in designing such human–machine interaction is how to combine the adaptability of humans with the precision of machines because manual control tasks are prone to human error, and fully automated tasks are subject to wide-ranging limitations..


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