Re-use of FOT Data to Assess the Frequency and Impact of Distracted Driving

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2014-08-25
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Abstract
    <.i>Objective data (> 100 drivers, ~1 000 000 kilometers) and video-coded data (>100 drivers, ~ 20000 kilometers) were analyzed.
  • Phoning and vehicle interaction are the most frequent tasks.
  • Two approaches were used for analyzing impact of distracted driving.
  • Adaptation of driving parameters during secondary tasks as well as hints for a situation-aware behavior can be found.
  • The benefit of NDS depends on variety of influences and the choice and development of appropriate analysis methods.
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Field operational test, Naturalistic driving research, Distracted driving, Navigation variants
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Landau, A., Metz, B., Hargutt, V., & Neukum, A. (2014, August). Re-use of FOT Data to Assess the Frequency and Impact of Distracted Driving. Paper presented at the Fourth International Symposium on Naturalistic Driving Research, Blacksburg, VA. Presentation retrieved from http://www.apps.vtti.vt.edu/PDFs/ndrs-2014/Landau-FOTDataDistractedDriving-2014.pdf