Christian Braunagel

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This paper presents a novel approach to automated recognition of the driver's activity, which is a crucial factor for determining the take-over readiness in conditionally autonomous driving scenarios. Therefore, an architecture based on head-and eye-tracking data is introduced in this study and several features are analyzed. The proposed approach is(More)
Algorithms for eye movement classification are separated into threshold-based and probabilistic methods. While the parameters of static threshold-based algorithms usually need to be chosen for the particular task (task-individual), the probabilistic methods were introduced to meet the challenge of adjusting automatically to multiple individuals with(More)
The next step towards the fully automated vehicle is the level of conditional automation, where the automated driving system can take over the control and responsibility for a limited time interval. Nevertheless, take-over situations may occur, forcing the driver to resume the driving task. Despite such situations, the driver is able to perform secondary(More)
Recent studies analyzing driver behavior report that various factors may influence a driver's take-over readiness when resuming control after an automated driving section. However, there has been little effort made to transfer and integrate these findings into an automated system which classifies the driver's take-over readiness and derives the expected(More)
This paper reports a study that investigated driver behavior between manual and conditionally automated driving and behavioral progress in a long conditionally automated phase. The goal was to evaluate a novel framework of an assistant system for driver state monitoring during conditionally automated driving. The framework was based on the analysis of the(More)
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