Advanced Safety Vehicle (ASV) Technology Driver Support System Monitor using Three Onboard Camera

  • Stephen Karungaru Tokushima University


This paper presents the development of safe driving support system using three onboard cameras. One camera monitors the driver to determine the current attention location, and the other is a front camera that detects pedestrians, running lane and vehicles in front. The rear camera detects pedestrians and approaching vehicles. The pedestrians and vehicles are detected using a specially trained HOG/Adaboost system. Lane detections use edge detection and RANSAC. Information from the three cameras is then used to determine if a situation is dangerous enough to warrant warning the driver. We have conducted experiments, and the results confirm that this system has the potential to support automatic driving.


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How to Cite
Karungaru, S. (2018). Advanced Safety Vehicle (ASV) Technology Driver Support System Monitor using Three Onboard Camera. Journal of the Institute of Industrial Applications Engineers, 6(1), 21.