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Evaluating Hazard Response Behavior of a Driver Using Physiological Signals and Car-Handling Indicators in a Simulated Driving Environment

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Abstract: Road traffic accidents are a major cause of casualties and costlyimplications to all the stakeholders. Research focusing on the driver as one ofthe causal agent of accidents has been studied for centuries and with theadvent of modernized driver assistance technologies. This paper sought toevaluate response of a driver using active-driving performance indicators likereaction time and physiological signal response (surface electromyogram), tounderstand hazard response behavior. Simulation of driving scenes was doneusing Unity3D engine and VR Head mounted display. The driver was presented withstimulus (collision objects) of different size and distance. From the results,an event scene that the driver considered hazardous was marked with increasedelectromyography response distinct from non-event scenes. From the results, wenoted an increase in pedal misapplication during hazard response. The proposedapproach is applicable in a real time driving analysis for on-road risk levelclassification.

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