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Development and Research of Information System Elements for Passengers Drive Comfort Improvement

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Preliminary theoretical analyzes have been made, which show that heavy acceleration reduces comfort are available. This applies both to the acceleration when starting and stopping. High levels of acceleration are most common when braking. An analysis of passenger comfort based on accelerometer data and a survey was conducted. The speed of travel, the acceleration in the direction of accelerometer X axis, the rotation axis C have a significant influence on the degree of passenger discomfort. The results obtained complement and partly improve those from the available literature with a model using only one linear and one rotary axis, by which the discomfort is described with sufficient accuracy. A regression model has been obtained, which is a suitable basis for building a driver assistance system to provide passenger comfort in public road transport. A model of a “Driver Assistant” microprocessor system based on studies is proposed.

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Computer Sciences, Information Technology