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Self-Driving that Keeps Drivers in Peace of Mind - Appropriate Distance from Walls -

Chyon Hae Kim, Keigo Eto, Naoki Segawa, Tasuku Miyoshi

Abstract


We address the satisfactory of the driver who is boarding on a self-driving vehicle. Even if self-driving control is perfectly safe, the driver may take anxiety caused by the duration between a vehicle and a wall. In order to reveal the boundary condition of satisfied driving, we proposed exeprimental environment and procedure. Also, we conducted a psychological experiment for 21-22 aged 6 male Japanese participants who have Japanese driving licenses using the proposed environment and procedure. As a result, the participants were satisfied when the vehicle is away from the wall more than 1.186 m at the condition of 60 km/h and 3.9 m lane width. The proposed environment and procedure are applicable to many other conditions to reveal the limitation of satisfactory about the distance between a vehicle and a wall.

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safety; satisfactory in driving; self-driving; psychology

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21535%2Fijrm.v3i1.922

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