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COBVIS-D and SPEED-Q, projects on the cephalo-ocular behaviour of automobile drivers


Summary: The COBVIS-D project was aimed at developing a simulation environment for the analysis of the cephalo-ocular behavior in elderly drivers. It should pave the way for the implementation of more appropriate re-education programs and the development of tools for better identifying at-risk drivers. The SPEED-Q project was aimed at adapting this simulator to an automobile platform. 

Partner: The project was spearheaded by the Laboratoire de vision et systèmes numériques de l'Université Laval. 

Result: CRIM’s team contributed to the detection and automatic recognition of facial expressions with the « Facial Action Coding System » during the simulation of arduous driving conditions. The project was financed by the Canadian Centre of Excellence Auto21 and la Société d'Assurance Automobile du Québec (SAAQ).

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