More and more sophisticated assisted/autonomous vehicles are becoming available in the market. Automation levels 2 and 3 have been given for settled just a couple of years ago, and the path to fully autonomous car seemed to have no obstacles. In reality, OEMs started recently realizing that the impact of semi and/or fully robotized cars on drivers as well as on passengers is all but predictable. VI-grade has more than ten years experience with developing turn-key solution driving simulators, and has been working for more than five years on a research project to collect meaningful bio-signals from the driver during simulator sessions, in collaboration with the BACPIC of the Catholic University of Sacred Heart and the DPIA of the University of Udine. Recently, a collaboration with the Human Inspired Technology Research Center of University of Padova allowed the extension of the assessment at physio-emotional level.

Affanni, A., Zontone, P., Fenici, R., Brisinda, D., Bacchin, D., Gamberini, L., Pluchino, P., Bruschetta, M., Savorgnan, C., Formaggia, F., Minen, M., Minen, D., Assisted/autonomous vs. human driving assessment on the DiM driving simulator using objective/subjective characterization, in 10th International Munich Chassis Symposium 2019: chassis.tech plus / Peter E. Pfeffer, editor, (Munich, Germany, 05-07 November 2019), SPRINGER VIEWEG VERLAG, Munich, Germany 2020:2020 307-321 [https://hdl.handle.net/10807/222851]

Assisted/autonomous vs. human driving assessment on the DiM driving simulator using objective/subjective characterization

Fenici, Riccardo
Conceptualization
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Brisinda, Donatella
Membro del Collaboration Group
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2020

Abstract

More and more sophisticated assisted/autonomous vehicles are becoming available in the market. Automation levels 2 and 3 have been given for settled just a couple of years ago, and the path to fully autonomous car seemed to have no obstacles. In reality, OEMs started recently realizing that the impact of semi and/or fully robotized cars on drivers as well as on passengers is all but predictable. VI-grade has more than ten years experience with developing turn-key solution driving simulators, and has been working for more than five years on a research project to collect meaningful bio-signals from the driver during simulator sessions, in collaboration with the BACPIC of the Catholic University of Sacred Heart and the DPIA of the University of Udine. Recently, a collaboration with the Human Inspired Technology Research Center of University of Padova allowed the extension of the assessment at physio-emotional level.
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10th International Munich Chassis Symposium 2019: chassis.tech plus / Peter E. Pfeffer, editor
10TH INTERNATIONAL MUNICH CHASSIS SYMPOSIUM 2019 (CHASSIS.TECH PLUS)
Munich, Germany
5-nov-2019
7-nov-2019
9783658264352
SPRINGER VIEWEG VERLAG
Affanni, A., Zontone, P., Fenici, R., Brisinda, D., Bacchin, D., Gamberini, L., Pluchino, P., Bruschetta, M., Savorgnan, C., Formaggia, F., Minen, M., Minen, D., Assisted/autonomous vs. human driving assessment on the DiM driving simulator using objective/subjective characterization, in 10th International Munich Chassis Symposium 2019: chassis.tech plus / Peter E. Pfeffer, editor, (Munich, Germany, 05-07 November 2019), SPRINGER VIEWEG VERLAG, Munich, Germany 2020:2020 307-321 [https://hdl.handle.net/10807/222851]
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