Detecting of Fatigue States of a Car Driver

@inproceedings{Bittner2000DetectingOF,
  title={Detecting of Fatigue States of a Car Driver},
  author={Roman Bittner and Pavel Smrcka and Petr Vysok{\'y} and Karel H{\'a}na and Lubomir Pousek and Petr Schreib},
  booktitle={ISMDA},
  year={2000}
}
This paper deals with research on fatigue states of car drivers on freeways and similar roads. All experiments are performed on-the-road. The approach is based on the assumption that fatigue indicators can be derived from driver+car system behaviour by measuring and processing appropriate factors. For our experiments we designed an array of devices to measure selected physiological and technical parameters. On the basis of experiments already performed and described in the literature, we… 

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