New technologies will make cars safer and more efficient than ever, however to get there a major obstacle needs to be overcome: human trust and acceptance of such technologies. Today, ADAS technologies are responsible for the transition from being the driver to being a passenger, totally relying on the on-board computer: this can be rather stressful!
In order to investigate and understand in detail the levels of human acceptance of new driving technologies, VI-grade has created VI-BioTelemetry,an innovative set of tools capable of recording and evaluating human reactions and body responses to a specific driving scenario.
To define the stress levels of driver and passengers, VI-BioTelemetry includes a series of cameras (supplied by SmartEye AB) which record eye movement, a heart rate measuring device and gloves equipped with sensors that measure skin response.
Our free VI-BioTelemetry webinar spoke about how to effectively evaluate driver’s reactions and level of discomfort in all possible driving conditions, both on the driving simulator and on the real vehicle.
Get access to a complete sensors package for human signal monitoring
Implement a comprehensive set of tools for data analysis and interpretation
Use driving simulators to conduct safe surveys and human acceptance studies within a fully integrated system
Mar 25th, 2020 - 10am CET
Mar 25th, 2020 - 12pm EDT
Mark Westaway, Driving Simulator Engineer, VI-grade