A Study on Driver-vehicle Interface for Cooperative Driving

협력운전을 위한 운전자-차량 인터페이스 연구

  • Yang, In-Beom (Department of Smart Automobile, Soonchunhayng University)
  • 양인범 (순천향대학교 스마트자동차학과)
  • Received : 2019.03.15
  • Accepted : 2019.05.20
  • Published : 2019.05.28


Various technical and societal approaches are being made to realize the auto driving (AD) and cooperative driving (CD) including communication network and extended advanced driver support system is under development. In CD, it is important to share the roles of the driver and the system and to secure the stability of the driving, so a efficient interface scheme between the driver and the vehicle is required. This study proposes a research model including driver, system and driving environment considering the role and function of driver and system in CD. An efficient interface between the driver and the vehicle to cope with various driving situations on the CD using the analysis of the driving environment and the research model is also proposed. Through this study, it is expected that the proposed research model and interface scheme could contribute to CD system design, cockpit module development and interface device development.

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Fig. 1. Manual Driving Research Model Including D.E.

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Fig. 2. Cooperative Driving Model Including D.E.

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Fig. 3. Example of Driving Scenario (a) Abrupt Cut in (b) Road Construction (c) Traffic Jam (d) Invisible Traffic Jam

Table 1. Level of Vehicle Automation

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Table 2. Role and Responsibility for Driving Task

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Table 3. Role of Driver-vehicle Interface

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Supported by : Soonchunhyang University


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