EL Rashidy, Rawia Ahmed and Van Gulijk, Coen (2016) Driver Competence Performance Indicators Using OTMR. In: CIT2016. Congreso de Ingeniería del Transporte (XII Congress of Transport Engineering, 7th - 9th June 2016, Valencia, Spain.

The current practice for assessing driver competence performance is in-cab riding by driver managers. However, this paper investigates whether real-world driving data extracted from on-train monitoring recorders data (OTMR) can be used to assess the driver performance.
A number of indicators were used to evaluate the drivers’ performance. These include: their use of the emergency bypass switch, the driver's reminder appliance as well as the driver’s reaction time.
A study case illustrated the applicability of OTMR data to estimate the proposed indicators, which suggests that the indicators can be useful in the driver management system in addition to the current indicators. Furthermore, the proposed indicators could be used to tailor the driver training schemes up to their individual needs and evaluate their effectiveness. They could even be used for improving driver competence performance and reducing crash involvement by revealing potentially detrimental driving performance.

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