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Study on Acceleration and Deceleration Maneuver Induction for Driver by Using the Accelerator Pedal Reaction Force Control
Published May 19, 2010 by Society of Automotive Engineers of Japan in Japan
Event: JSAE Spring Conference
This paper proposes a new velocity guidance system with haptic HMI in the aim at realizing more economical and smooth traffic by using information from Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS). The proposed system uses accelerator pedal reaction force as the information presentation. The system consists of two parts mainly: the Desired Pedal Stroke Calculator (DPSC) and the Pedal Reaction Force Characteristic Controller (PRFCC). The purpose of this paper is evaluating the effect of guidance by reaction force with Driving Simulator (DS). The experiment is carried out with six subjects who have difference in age and experience. As a result, the questionnaires show that the reaction force guidance has effectiveness in reducing workload in information processing, while not bothering the drivers during driving, and the experimental results show the feasibility of drivers' operation guidance by the haptic interface with pedal reaction force.
- Feilong Yin - Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology
- Hideki Tanaka - Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology
- Ryuzo Hayashi - Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology
- Ponsathorn Raksincharoensak - Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology
- Masao Nagi - Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology
- Shinya Sannodo - Toyota Motor Corp.
- Masayashi Hoshino - Toyota Motor Corp.