Project Stay Alert. Paper presented at the IEEE Global Humanitarian Technology Conference (GHTC 2014), Silicon Valley, San Jose, California, USA, 10-13 October 2014.
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Jeevagan, N. Santosh, P. Berlia, R. & Kandoi, S.
In: Proceedings of the IEEE Global Humanitarian Technology Conference (GHTC 2014), Silicon Valley, San Jose, California, USA, 10-13 October 2014, [p. 711-715], 7 ref.
|Samenvatting||Project Stay Alert involves a system of integrated devices to determine the sleepiness level of a driver and alert him if required. The system employs behavioral, physiological and vehicle based methods to determine if a driver is alert or not. The first device is a headband that monitors the blink rate of the driver, also the accelerometer on it checks if the driver's head is swaying unnaturally. The second device is located at the accelerator pedal. It monitors the pressure on the pedal. The third device is located on the steering wheel and constantly monitors the pressure of the driver's hand on the wheel. All three devices work simultaneously and in conjunction with each other to alert a driver if he is found to be sleepy. (Author/publisher)|
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