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Approach used to merge the different driver monitoring diagnostics in the AutoConduct project

Résumé : Driving automation, either level 3 (including unplanned manual control recovery) or level 4 (fully automated driving on specific road sections), introduces new safety and acceptance issues. In order to improve road safety by integrating advanced safety technologies, we must ensure that this new technology takes into account the needs and expectations of the drivers, on the one hand, and the predicable changes in user behaviour, on the other hand. A Human Factors working group, bringing together the main French actors of driving automation, has been set up within the NFI plan (investment plan for the future) ?autonomous driving? to prioritize these issues (www.economie.gouv.fr/files/files/PDF/nouvelle-france-industrielle-sept2014.pdf).
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Hélène Tattegrain, Stephanie Coeugnet, Martin Petrov, Franck Mars, Xuguang Wang, et al.. Approach used to merge the different driver monitoring diagnostics in the AutoConduct project. 7th International Conference on Driver Distraction and Inattention (DDI2021), Oct 2021, LYON, France. pp.93-95. ⟨hal-03388338⟩

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