Australian National Univerity
Cars offer unique challenges in human-machine interaction.
Vehicles are becoming, in effect, robotic systems that collaborate with
As the automated systems become more capable, how best to manage the
on-board human resources is an intriguing question. Combining the
strengths of machines and humans, and mitigating their shortcomings is
the goal of intelligent-vehicle research.
With mobile computing already encroaching into vehicles, this project
aims to develop intelligent systems and technologies that will truly
aid the driver and enhance road safety.
The research is centred around road context awareness through
computational vision and supplementary sensors. Road awareness is
then combined with driver gaze monitoring to demonstrate
holistic, intuitive driver support.
The ANU Smart cars
project is proud to be collaborating with: