Context information captures acceptability of alerts to pedestrians
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This presentation discusses a research method used to evaluate the design of the alerting logic of an automotive pedestrian warning system. We show how an empirical approach to quantifying the relative level with which drivers are likely to accept pedestrian alerts can be used to define an alerting algorithm. We used the method to investigate a range of contextual factors likely to influence driver acceptance of pedestrian alerts.
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