Driver Inattention Detection based on Eye Gaze - Road Event Correlation

  title={Driver Inattention Detection based on Eye Gaze - Road Event Correlation},
  author={Luke Fletcher and Alexander Zelinsky},
  journal={I. J. Robotics Res.},
Current road safety initiatives are approaching the limit of their effectiveness in developed countries. A paradigm shift is needed to address the preventable deaths of thousands on our roads. Previous systems have focused on one or two aspects of driving: environmental sensing, vehicle dynamics or driver monitoring. Our approach is to consider the driver and the vehicle as part of a combined system, operating within the road environment. A driver assistance system is implemented that is not… CONTINUE READING
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