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Safely and Effectively Communicating NonConnected Vehicle Information


Hiba NassereddineResearch Assistant University of Wisconsin - Madison nassereddin2wisceduJon RiehlSr Inform Proc Conslt University of Wisconsin - Madison jonathanriehlwisceduDavid NoyceProfessor Dept

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1 Safely and Effectively Communicating Non
Safely and Effectively Communicating Non-Connected Vehicle Information to Connected Vehicles Hiba Nassereddine Research Assistant, University of Wisconsin - Madison, nassereddin2@wisc.edu Jon Riehl Sr. Inform. Proc. Conslt., University of Wisconsin - Madison, jonathan.riehl@wisc.edu David Noyce Professor, Dept. Chairperson, University of Wisconsin - Madison, danoyce@wisc.edu Kelvin R. Santiago-Chaparro Assistant Researcher and Associate Faculty, University of Wisconsin - Madison, kstantiago@wisc.edu Connected vehicles (CVs) have the potential for increasing highway safety in ways not imaginable with tradi - tional engineering and enforcement approaches. The largest safety impact of CV technology will occur only when a critical mass of vehicles and infrastructure is connected. However, this requires signicant market penetration and improvements to our infrastructure; which is occurring at a relatively slow pace compared with autonomous vehicle (AV) technology. Until CVs are ubiquitous, strategies for communicating between CVs and non-CVs as well as with connected infrastructure will be critical in improving transportation safety. Communi - cating information from roadway infrastructure to CVs is key especially for scenarios in which the line of sight of in-vehicle sensors is obstructed by other vehicles, pedestrians, and buildings, among others. As part of an active research project, the effectiveness of a warning system to communicate the presence of a potential red-light running vehicle to the driver of a CV was evaluated. Red-light running was selected as a test scenario because non-CVs who run a red light could be detected by existing roadway infrastructure, even when not detected by sensors in CVs. The motivation for studying the effectiveness of a warning message is provid - ing the driver of a CV with a warning message (and the opportunity to react) prior to the point of engaging the collision avoidance features that are becoming standard in vehicles. The evaluation of the effectiveness of a warning system was conducted using a driving simulator experiment. In the experiment, participants were exposed to an imminent collision scenario with a red-light running vehicle. The response to the scenario for a control and treatment group were studied. Participants in the control group did not receive any form of warning about the potential red-light running vehicle. Participants in the treatment group received a warning message displayed on the dashboard or as a head-up display. Both warning messages were accompanied by an auditory warning. A separate component of the project evaluated the feasibility of communicating the presence of a potential non-connected red-light-running vehicle to CVs by using a radar-based vehicle detection system. The research team demonstrated the feasibility of detecting a potential non-connected red-light-running vehicle and commu - nicating that presence via DSRC by using trajectory data from the vehicle detection system; thus, eliminating problem associated with blind spots in connected vehicles resulting from obstructions to the line of sight of sensors. Keywords: driving simulator, radar data, warning system, connected vehicles