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Real-World Evaluation of the Impact of Automated Driving System Technology on Driver Gaze Behavior, Reaction Time and Trust

  title={Real-World Evaluation of the Impact of Automated Driving System Technology on Driver Gaze Behavior, Reaction Time and Trust},
  author={Walter Morales-Alvarez and M. Marouf and H. Tadjine and C. Olaverri-Monreal},
Recent developments in advanced driving assistance systems (ADAS) that rely on some level of autonomy have led the automobile industry and research community to investigate the impact they might have on driving performance. However, most of the research performed so far is based on simulated environments. In this study we investigated the behavior of drivers in a vehicle with automated driving system (ADS) capabilities in a real life driving scenario. We analyzed their response to a take over… Expand

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