Winitthumkul, N., Phondeenana, P., and Noomwongs, N., "Driving Risk Rating for Driver Monitoring Based on Satellite Data," SAE Technical Paper 2016-01-1738, 2016, doi:10.4271/2016-01-1738.
According to the recent study, Thailand has the 2nd most dangerous road in the world. Based on many researches, the driver is the main influencers of the traffic fatalities. Since the more dangerous the driver drive, the more chance of accident become. Therefore, driver’s monitoring system become one of the solutions that acceptable and reliable, especially for fleet management and public transportation.This paper’s goal is to find an algorithm that can distinguish driving behaviour based on cars’ acceleration and velocity, calling it as Risk Driving Score (RDS). The algorithm was tested by driving test by volunteers on highways with observers, who were told to rank the drivers in terms of driving risk from the 1-5 point. Meanwhile, the drivers were asked to drive in 3 different styles, normal, safety, and hurry. All drives were recorded by satellite and video data then filtered and used for the algorithm calculation. After that, the linear regression shows that there is a trend of driving score evaluated by algorithm and observers in term of linear equation with high correlation. In conclusion, the algorithm can replace the observers in driver monitoring method and can be used with satellite data.