The absolute and social comparative analysis of driver performance on a simulated road network
The process of modeling a qualitative evaluation schema to gauge the driver performance is a prominent aspect in enhancing the driving standards. We have implemented a comparative analysis module to estimate the driver performance based on absolute and social comparisons. In this approach we simulated a road network of 40 vehicle users and analyzed the performance of the users by our interlinked system architecture dedicated for simulation, data sharing and representation of the entire information on Map-based user interface. Another key aspect that was performed in this approach was the usage of Map-Matching module to discard the inaccuracies in Geo-references while representing the coordinates on Google Maps. We believe, this evaluation approach will broaden the overview of performance analysis and provide more insight to the user on all grounds in improvising the driving standards.
Paranthaman, Pratheep K.