Vehicle Driver Monitoring through the Statistical Process Control
AbstractThis paper proposes the use of the Statistical Process Control (SPC), more specifically, the Exponentially Weighted Moving Average method, for the monitoring of drivers using approaches based on the vehicle and the driver’s behavior. Based on the SPC, we propose a method for the lane departure detection; a method for detecting sudden driver movements; and a method combined with computer vision to detect driver fatigue. All methods consider information from sensors scattered by the vehicle. The results showed the efficiency of the methods in the identification and detection of unwanted driver actions, such as sudden movements, lane departure, and driver fatigue. Lane departure detection obtained results of up to 76.92% (without constant speed) and 84.16% (speed maintained at ≈60). Furthermore, sudden movements detection obtained results of up to 91.66% (steering wheel) and 94.44% (brake). The driver fatigue has been detected in up to 94.46% situations. View Full-Text
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Assuncao, A.N.; Aquino, A.L.L.; Câmara de M. Santos, R.C.; Guimaraes, R.L.M.; Oliveira, R.A.R. Vehicle Driver Monitoring through the Statistical Process Control. Sensors 2019, 19, 3059.
Assuncao AN, Aquino ALL, Câmara de M. Santos RC, Guimaraes RLM, Oliveira RAR. Vehicle Driver Monitoring through the Statistical Process Control. Sensors. 2019; 19(14):3059.Chicago/Turabian Style
Assuncao, Arthur N.; Aquino, Andre L.L.; Câmara de M. Santos, Ricardo C.; Guimaraes, Rodolfo L.M.; Oliveira, Ricardo A.R. 2019. "Vehicle Driver Monitoring through the Statistical Process Control." Sensors 19, no. 14: 3059.
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