A haptically enabled CAN-based steering wheel controller
Hogan, Paul, Nahavandi, Saeid and Mullins, James 2010, A haptically enabled CAN-based steering wheel controller, in ISIEA 2010 : 2010 IEEE Symposium on Industrial Electronics and Applications, IEEE, Piscataway, N.J., pp. 487-492.
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As the portable entertainment and mobility technologies migrate into the car, driver distraction has become recognized as a major factor in road crashes around the world. To help alert drivers to their distraction, active safety technologies such as lane departure warning systems and collision avoidance systems are being implemented. One issue with the implementation of yet another technology into the vehicle is how to cut through the competing demands of the mobile phone, navigation systems and other technologies. Haptic alerts present just such a method that may enable the system to short-circuit the normal auditory or visual communication channels. This paper presents a low cost haptic steering wheel controller that has been designed developed and tested and may be used as a communication device by a lane departure, collision avoidance, or other type of safety system.
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