A survey of smartphone-based sensing in vehicles for ITS applications

Engelbrecht, J. ; Booysen, Marthinus J. ; Van Rooyen, G-J. ; Bruwer, F. J. (2015-07)

CITATION: Engelbrecht, J., Booysen, M. J. Van Rooyen, G-J, & Bruwer, F. J. 2015. Survey of smartphone-based sensing in vehicles for intelligent transportation system applications. IET Intelligent Transport Systems, doi:10.1049/iet-its.2014.0248.

The original publication is available at IET Digital Library, http://digital-library.theiet.org/content/journals/10.1049/iet-its.2014.0248


Road crashes are a growing concern of governments and is rising to become one of the leading preventable causes of death, especially in developing countries. The ubiquitous presence of smartphones provides a new platform on which to implement sensor networks and driver assistance systems, as well as other ITS applications. In this paper, existing approaches of using smartphones for ITS applications are analyzed and compared. Particular focus is placed on vehicle-based monitoring systems, such as driving behavior and style recognition, accident detection and road condition monitoring systems. Further opportunities for use of smartphones in ITS systems are highlighted, and remaining challenges in this emerging field of research are identified.

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