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 Title & Authors
Real-time Dangerous Driving Behavior Analysis Utilizing the Digital Tachograph and Smartphone
Kang, Joon-Gyu; Kim, Yoo-Won; Jun, Moon-Seog;
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 Abstract
In this paper, we propose the assistance method to enable safe driving through analysis of dangerous driving behavior using real-time alarm by vehicle speed, azimuth data and smartphone. For this method, smartphone is receiving driving data from digital tachograph using communication. Safe driving habit is a very important issue to commercial vehicle because that driver's long time driving than other vehicle type driver. Existing methods are very inefficient to improve immediately dangerous driving habits during driving because proceed driving behavior analysis after the vehicle operation. We propose the new safe driving assistance method that can prevent traffic accidents by real-time and improve the driver's wrong driving habits through real-time dangerous driving behavior analysis and notification the result to the driver. We have confirmed that the method in this paper will help to improve driving habits and can be applied through the proposed method implementation and simulation experiment.
 Keywords
Dangerous Driving Behavior;Digital Tachograph;Smartphone;ADAS;
 Language
Korean
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