Conference Proceeding

Understanding Lane-Keeping Assist: Does Control Intervention Enhance Perceived Capability?

Authors
  • John Sullivan (Human Factors Group The University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute)
  • Michael Flannagan (Human Factors Group The University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute)

Abstract

Drivers of vehicles equipped with ADAS often show a flawed understanding of the limitations of these systems. In this study, two types of lane keeping assist (LKA) were investigated: a lane centering system that continuously repositioned the vehicle in the center of the lane, and a lane departure prevention system that intervened when the vehicle wandered near the lane edge. Driver knowledge of each LKA (and accompanied ACC) were tested over a series of five drives. Results suggest that greater capability may be attributed to the lane centering system, perhaps because its control intervention is more frequent and obvious than the lane departure prevention LKA.

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Sullivan, J. & Flannagan, M., (2019) “Understanding Lane-Keeping Assist: Does Control Intervention Enhance Perceived Capability?”, Driving Assessment Conference 10(2019), 405-411. doi: https://doi.org/10.17077/drivingassessment.1725

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Published on
27 Jun 2019
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