System for Analysis of Driver's Skills Based on Passengers Comfort
The comfort of the passengers is affected by the factors of the dynamic motion. The extreme tilts of the vehicle and the vibrations affect the comfort. These tilts could be caused by the driver lack of driving skills. The vibrations of the vehicle are due to defects on pavement. These factors indirectly reflect the behaviour of the driver and driving skills. These eventually affect the comfort of the passengers inside the vehicle. This paper develops an in vehicle embedded data acquisition system. The data is collected on-board and stored into the external memory for further reference. The tilt of the vehicle is measured using the 3-axis accelerometer. The vibration is detected using the vibration sensor. The alcoholic state of the driver is known by using alcohol sensor. The global positioning system (GPS) allows detection of the exact location where the reckless driving is done, defects on the pavements. Thus the system is to capture the data coming from these sensors during the journey. Over the complete journey the captured data in the memory reports the location of reckless driving along the journey.
Sarang P. Suryawanshi, Sunil B. Somani, Virendra V. Shete
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