Implement location-based filtering to modify threat assessments or alerts where drivers choose not to respond to repeated in-vehicle warnings.
Experience from Integrated Vehicle-Based Safety Systems (IVBSS) program field operational tests.
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Integrated Vehicle-Based Safety Systems Field Operational Test Final Program Report

Background

This document presents results from the light-vehicle and heavy-truck field operational tests performed as part of the Integrated Vehicle-Based Safety Systems (IVBSS) program. The findings are the result of analyses performed by the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute to examine the effects of a prototype integrated crash warning system on driver behavior and driver acceptance. Both platforms included three integrated crash-warning subsystems: forward crash; lateral drift (LDW); and lane-change/merge crash (LCW) warnings. The light-vehicle platform also included curve-speed warning.

Lessons Learned

Implement location-based filtering to modify threat assessments or alerts where drivers choose not to respond to repeated in-vehicle warnings. Invalid warnings occurred in both the light vehicle and heavy vehicle platform testing, especially for fixed objects outside the vehicle's path.

Integrated Vehicle-Based Safety Systems Field Operational Test Final Program Report

Integrated Vehicle-Based Safety Systems Field Operational Test Final Program Report
Publication Sort Date
06/01/2011
Author
Sayer, J.; D. LeBlanc; S. Bogard; D. Funkhouser; S. Bao; M. L. Buonarosa; and A. Blankespoor
Publisher
U.S. DOT, Research and Innovative Technology Administration, ITS Joint Program Office
Other Reference Number
DOT HS 811 482
Goal Areas
System Engineering Elements