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Understanding tyhe impact of technology : do Advanced Driver Assistance and Semi-Automated Vehicle Systems lead to improper driving behavior ?
20200173 ST [electronic version only]
Dunn, N. Dingus, T. & Soccolich, S.
Washington, DC, American Automobile Association AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, 2019, 103 p., ref.

Samenvatting Few studies exist to help assess whether drivers of vehicles equipped with advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) experience a change in crash risk specific to the use of these automated features. The objectives of this study are to 1) Investigate driver behavior and the associated risks of ADAS use; 2) Fill a critical knowledge gap by providing information regarding the potential for changes in driver error, drowsiness, secondary task engagement (STE), and eye-glance behavior (e.g., surrogates for distracted driving behaviors) relative to ADAS use; and 3) Investigate changes in safety-critical event (SCE; i.e., crash or near-crash) risk related to the use of ADAS. (Author/publisher)
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