Outfitting a Freightliner Tractor for Measuring Driver Fatigue and Vehicle Kinematics During Closed-Track Testing

Paper #:
  • 942326

Published:
  • 1994-11-01
Citation:
King, D., Siegmund, G., and Montgomery, D., "Outfitting a Freightliner Tractor for Measuring Driver Fatigue and Vehicle Kinematics During Closed-Track Testing," SAE Technical Paper 942326, 1994, https://doi.org/10.4271/942326.
Pages:
15
Abstract:
This paper describes the instrumentation used to study how the control inputs of 17 long-haul truck drivers were affected by fatigue. The task required outfitting a test vehicle to accurately measure the following control inputs and resulting vehicle behavior: Vehicle speed, Steering wheel angle and angular velocity, Accelerator pedal angle and angular velocity, Perception/response time, Driver EEG and heart rate, Clinical assessment of driver fatigue, Vehicle lateral lane position, and Car-following distance.The location and mounting procedure of each instrument as well as the sampling requirements for each device are discussed. Also discussed are the methods of data handling and storage.
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