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A Physiology-based Driver Readiness Estimation Model for Tuning ISO 26262 Controllability

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Authors:

Moses Mariajoseph, Barbara Gallina, Marco Carli , Daniele Bibbo

Publication Type:

Conference/Workshop Paper

Venue:

3rd International Workshop on Safety, securiTy, and pRivacy In automotiVe systEms

DOI:

10.1109/VTC2020-Spring48590.2020.9129132


Abstract

When a hazardous situation approaches, the semi- autonomous vehicle opts for the driver as a fallback solution, unaware of the driver’s readiness. During such a situation, autonomy misuse can occur when a driver becomes over-reliant on autonomous driving. For handling the hazardous event, controllability is paramount. We postulate that semi-autonomous vehicles decline their consideration in understanding the drivers’ focus on the vehicle and the road. To examine the drivers’ focus on the vehicle and the road we uphold that the vehicle must initiate exploring the drivers’ situation awareness for the readiness, which could feasibly tune the ISO 26262 controllability. In this paper, we propose a physiology-based driver situation awareness for the readiness model through the driver’s stress and drowsiness estimation. In addition, we boost the situation awareness for the readiness of the driver by enabling frequent interaction between the driver and the vehicle managing system.

Bibtex

@inproceedings{Mariajoseph5772,
author = {Moses Mariajoseph and Barbara Gallina and Marco Carli and Daniele Bibbo},
title = {A Physiology-based Driver Readiness Estimation Model for Tuning ISO 26262 Controllability},
month = {May},
year = {2020},
booktitle = {3rd International Workshop on Safety, securiTy, and pRivacy In automotiVe systEms},
url = {http://www.es.mdh.se/publications/5772-}
}