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How AIS 140 Standards Helps Driver Behaviour

by Letstrack LTD Letstrack GPS Tracking Device
The driver is the pilot of the vehicle. Whether the distance is short or long the way he drives the vehicles can make a difference of life and death for the people around, the driver himself and even the business. It will help in to bring together the power of proprietary technology and extensive spanb to help in change India's vehicle prospect. Vehicle owners, and people who are in business with it, in India are forced to run vehicles with huge inefficiency and poor security. Hence the need for continuously monitoring the driver behaviour at all times. It's monitoring can help in many ways:

  • Ensuring the safety of the vehicles
  • Increasing the efficiency of the fleet
  • Prolonged vehicle life
  • Fewer accidents and repair expenses
  • Planning future fleets and traffic management
  • Road planning

AIS 140 has incorporated the monitoring of driver behaviour in the system as a must because of the above-mentioned reasons. Various aspects such as experience, distraction, fatigue, drowsiness, mental condition etc. all have a significant impact on the driver behaviour. While the system cannot monitor what is going in the mind of the driver itself but with the modern age communication devices such as cloud and wireless monitoring other physical aspects of driving can be monitored and analyzed to comprehend and suggest the best driver-behaviour.

AIS 140 standard for driver performance monitoring clearly states that every vehicle should have driver scorecard and report under the operations management guidelines for both intracity and intercity vehicles. Under the safety regulations, it also mandates that there will be no display systems and as such in the driver's or the attendant's cabin and view area which can distract the driver in all vehicles. The driver scorecard covers a wide range of points to ensure full performance analysis. These points include:

a) Speed violation

b) Duty performance

c) Daily out shedding deviation

d) Driver wise improper stopping

e) Details of the missed trip

f) Actual trip

The driver is not only responsible for just driving the vehicle from one place to another it also includes taking full responsibility for the vehicle. AIS 140 includes systems to monitor the vehicle health online which can help the driver take immediate and corrective measures which reduce the off-route time for the vehicle. As per AIS 140, these drafts include engine speed, oil pressure, air pressure, vehicle speed, and fuel level and controller diagnostics. The sensing phase includes inputs of the driver behaviour from various sources such as sensors, and cameras that are installed in the vehicle. The data is stored in real-time and non-real time which can be used later.

The reasoning phase includes analyzing the data collected by various sensors at regular intervals. Pattern recognition techniques, statistical calculations and generative models are used to analyze the driver behaviour. The results are compiled to improve vehicle design, human-machine interaction, emergency assistance and road designing.

The main aim of AIS 140 standards includes driver behaviour in its system is to ensure that the roads are safe for everyone at all times using intelligent transportation systems. Having a set model of driver behaviour analysis under AIS 140 standards will enable the country to predict and recognize driver preferences to provide better adaptive assistance.

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