Publication detail

Analysis of selected off-road glances during driving in real road traffic

BUCSUHÁZY, K. SEMELA, M. BELÁK, M. MAXERA, P. BILÍK, M. RÁBEK, V. ZŮVALA, R.

Original Title

Analysis of selected off-road glances during driving in real road traffic

English Title

Analysis of selected off-road glances during driving in real road traffic

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

The aim of this ongoing research has been the analysis of driver visual behavior in real road traffic. The paper deals with analysis of duration of selected off-road glances. The total gaze duration depending on mirror type has been analysed and also the total gaze duration depending on the navigation task type. For the purpose of this study eye-tracking technology has been used. Eye-tracking method is used to measure motion of an eye relatively to a head. The total gaze duration depending on mirror type has been analysed and also the total gaze duration depending on the navigation task type. The average value of total off-road glances regarding to the checking situation in vehicle mirrors is 1,2 s. The glance frequency distribution shows that the drivers used the right rear-view mirror minorly. As evidenced by the obtained results, the total off-road glance time on the navigation system is dependent on the type of the navigation task. The average value of total off-road glances regarding to the use of the navigation without audio information is 0,9 s, with audio and video navigation system is the average off-road glance time 0,6 s.

English abstract

The aim of this ongoing research has been the analysis of driver visual behavior in real road traffic. The paper deals with analysis of duration of selected off-road glances. The total gaze duration depending on mirror type has been analysed and also the total gaze duration depending on the navigation task type. For the purpose of this study eye-tracking technology has been used. Eye-tracking method is used to measure motion of an eye relatively to a head. The total gaze duration depending on mirror type has been analysed and also the total gaze duration depending on the navigation task type. The average value of total off-road glances regarding to the checking situation in vehicle mirrors is 1,2 s. The glance frequency distribution shows that the drivers used the right rear-view mirror minorly. As evidenced by the obtained results, the total off-road glance time on the navigation system is dependent on the type of the navigation task. The average value of total off-road glances regarding to the use of the navigation without audio information is 0,9 s, with audio and video navigation system is the average off-road glance time 0,6 s.

Keywords

eyetracking;distraction;off-road glance;navigation system;mirror

Released

20.03.2020

Publisher

Elsevier

Pages from

580

Pages to

586

Pages count

7

URL

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT163214,
  author="Kateřina {Bucsuházy} and Marek {Semela} and Michal {Belák} and Pavel {Maxera} and Martin {Bilík} and Vlastimil {Rábek} and Robert {Zůvala}",
  title="Analysis of selected off-road glances during driving in real road traffic",
  annote="The aim of this ongoing research has been the analysis of driver visual behavior in real road traffic. The paper deals with analysis of duration of selected off-road glances. The total gaze duration depending on mirror type has been analysed and also the total gaze duration depending on the navigation task type. For the purpose of this study eye-tracking technology has been used. Eye-tracking method is used to measure motion of an eye relatively to a head. The total gaze duration depending on mirror type has been analysed and also the total gaze duration depending on the navigation task type. The average value of total off-road glances regarding to the checking situation in vehicle mirrors is 1,2 s. The glance frequency distribution shows that the drivers used the right rear-view mirror minorly. As evidenced by the obtained results, the total off-road glance time on the navigation system is dependent on the type of the navigation task. The average value of total off-road glances regarding to the use of the navigation without audio information is 0,9 s, with audio and video navigation system is the average off-road glance time 0,6 s.",
  address="Elsevier",
  booktitle="Transportation Research Procedia",
  chapter="163214",
  doi="10.1016/j.trpro.2020.03.054",
  howpublished="online",
  institution="Elsevier",
  number="45",
  year="2020",
  month="march",
  pages="580--586",
  publisher="Elsevier",
  type="conference paper"
}