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Yaw rate error a dynamic measure of lane keeping control performance for the retrospective analysis of naturalistic driving data.
The aim of this work is to define and evaluate a -yaw rate error- (YRE) derived from naturalistic driving data to quantify driver steering performance during lane keeping. This measure of lane keeping performance is based on the predicted kinematic control error at any instance. Scope is limited to...
Developing an effective and acceptable safety belt reminder system
Front-seat safety belt use in the United States (US) was 80 percent in June, 2004. This rate represents the highest ever for the US, but indicates that there is still a sizable minority of people who do not always use safety belts despite mandatory seat belt laws in all but one state. Changing the...