In the last years, researchers and auto vehicle developers are focusing their attention on the topic of driver identification encouraged by an increasing number of always more sophisticated vehicle sensors able to extract information about the driver. Indeed, driver identification can be very useful to customize and improve driver experience, increase the safety on the road and reduce the global environmental problems. In this work, we propose and explore a set of features (extracted from a car monitoring system) identifying the driver basing on his/her driving behavior. The proposed behavioral features are exploited using a time series classification approach and a multi-layer perceptron (MLP) network is used to evaluate the ability of the proposed features to identify the vehicle driver. The proposed features are tested on a real data set composed of totally 66 observations (each observation consists of a given person driving a given car on a predefined path). The obtained results show that the proposed features have effective driver identification ability.

Driver Identification: A Time Series Classification Approach

Bernardi M. L.;Mercaldo F.
2018-01-01

Abstract

In the last years, researchers and auto vehicle developers are focusing their attention on the topic of driver identification encouraged by an increasing number of always more sophisticated vehicle sensors able to extract information about the driver. Indeed, driver identification can be very useful to customize and improve driver experience, increase the safety on the road and reduce the global environmental problems. In this work, we propose and explore a set of features (extracted from a car monitoring system) identifying the driver basing on his/her driving behavior. The proposed behavioral features are exploited using a time series classification approach and a multi-layer perceptron (MLP) network is used to evaluate the ability of the proposed features to identify the vehicle driver. The proposed features are tested on a real data set composed of totally 66 observations (each observation consists of a given person driving a given car on a predefined path). The obtained results show that the proposed features have effective driver identification ability.
2018
978-1-5090-6014-6
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