Alexandre Miranda Anon

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Current pedestrian collision warning systems use either auditory alarms or visual symbols to inform drivers. These traditional approaches cannot tell the driver where the detected pedestrians are located, which is critical for the driver to respond appropriately. To address this problem, we introduce a new driver interface taking advantage of a volumetric(More)
This study presents the preliminary attempt to investigate the usage of driver physiology signals, including electrocardiography (ECG) and respiration wave signals, to predict driving maneuvers. While most studies on driving maneuver prediction uses direct measurements from vehicle or road scene, we believe the mental state changes from the driver when(More)
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