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Development and Evaluation of a Driving Diagnosis and Feedback System Using a Continuously Recording Drive Recorder
Published October 12, 2011 by Society of Automotive Engineers of Japan in Japan
We developed a driving diagnosis and feedback system which detects various hazardous situations including excessive speed, not stopping at a stop sign, and insufficient following distance using a continuously recording drive recorder, as well as hazardous situations which can also be detected by conventional event data recorders such as sudden acceleration and deceleration. Our system efficiently provides feedback to drivers by showing examples of their own risky driving behavior, with maps, videos, related driving signals, and advices. After providing feedback, the number of detected hazardous situations decreased by about 50%.
- Masato Oikawa - Tokio Marine Nichido Risk Consulting Co., Ltd.
- Yuichi Komada - Tokio Marine Nichido Risk Consulting Co., Ltd.
- Chiyomi Miyajima - Nagoya Univ.
- Kazuya Takeda - Nagoya Univ.
- Tatsuya Suzuki - Nagoya Univ.
- Kenji Kurumida - Nagoya Univ.
- Yuichi Kuroyanagi - Nagoya Univ.
- Hiroaki Ishikawa - Nagoya Univ.
- Pongtep Angkititrakul - Nagoya Univ.
- Ryuta Terashima - Toyota Central R&D Labs., Inc.
- Toshihiro Wakita - Toyota Central R&D Labs., Inc.