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Microsoft PowerPoint - Drivers Distraction 1 1 Drivers Distraction Drivers Distraction –– To what Extent can the Work of ITU To what Extent can the Work of ITU FG FG CarComCarCom contribute to reduced drivers contribute to reduced drivers distraction?distraction? The Fully Networked Car Geneva, 2-3 March 2011 H. (...) Rec.: Parameters describing the interaction with spoken dialog systemsinteraction with spoken dialog systems 8 Conclusions 15 oo Speech technologies may help to reduce drivers Speech technologies may help to reduce drivers distraction if properly implementeddistraction if properly implemented ITU i ll t f f h l t d ITU i ll t f f h l t d oo ITU is an excellent forum for speech related ITU is an excellent forum for speech related technologies and their standardizationtechnologies and their standardization oo FG FG CarCOMCarCOM is actively working on advanced is actively working on advanced standards for handsstandards for hands--free implementations and free implementations and subsystems, more: subsystems, more: The Fully Networked Car Geneva, 2-3 March 2011 http://www.itu.int/ITUhttp://www.itu.int/ITU--T/focusgroups/carcom/T/focusgroups/carcom/ oo A new ITU Focus group on Drivers Distraction is A new ITU Focus group on Drivers Distraction is starting soon!
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Score: 1154467.7 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it.../06/41/T06410000200001PDFE.pdf
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Mobile phone use: a growing problem of driver distraction Global Regions WHO Regional websites Africa Americas South-East Asia Europe Eastern Mediterranean Western Pacific When autocomplete results are available use up and down arrows to review and enter to select. (...) This Report focuses on the use of mobile phones while driving as one example of the broader problem of driver distraction. It is now evident that if you are using a mobile phone while driving you are approximately four times more likely to be involved in a crash than a driver who is not using a phone. This risk appears to be similar for both hand-held and hands-free phones, because it is the cognitive distraction that is an issue, not only the physical distraction associated with holding the phone.
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Score: 1126563.8 - https://www.who.int/publicatio...-problem-of-driver-distraction
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Mobile phone use: a growing problem of driver distraction Global Regions WHO Regional websites Africa Americas South-East Asia Europe Eastern Mediterranean Western Pacific When autocomplete results are available use up and down arrows to review and enter to select. (...) This Report focuses on the use of mobile phones while driving as one example of the broader problem of driver distraction. It is now evident that if you are using a mobile phone while driving you are approximately four times more likely to be involved in a crash than a driver who is not using a phone. This risk appears to be similar for both hand-held and hands-free phones, because it is the cognitive distraction that is an issue, not only the physical distraction associated with holding the phone.
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Score: 1126563.8 - https://www.who.int/publicatio...-problem-of-driver-distraction
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A particular focus in 2011 will be managing driver distraction . Texting, making calls, and other interaction with in-vehicle information and communication systems while driving is a serious source of driver distraction and increases the risk of traffic accidents. (...) Area 2: Managing Driver Distraction Blessing or curse - how can the use of in-vehicle information and communication systems be made less distracting? How is driver distraction measured and which standards do exist to assess distraction?
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Score: 1120227 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/worksem/ict-auto/201103/cfa.html
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This is to cut out any instances of errant breathing, slight movements, or other noises that could cause distraction or interruption. Ensure the camera is at an ideal distance from you: The camera should be far enough from you that your upper body can be seen (hand gestures) and there’s a bit of space around your head. Cut out the background distractions: If you are conducting your video conference from home, consider using a space where you are alone. Turn off televisions, radios and any other audiovisual distractions. Do not multitask: If you use a computer, close all other apps and browser tabs.
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Score: 1107471.4 - https://www.un.org/development...formation_for_participants.pdf
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Res. and Dec. of the Council of the ITU – 168 – (7.2 – Other miscellaneous matters) c) that the UN Secretary-General issued a UNRSC report on “Improving global road safety” (A/64/266), which identified nearly 1.3 million road traffic deaths and 20 – 50 million injuries per year, and an estimated $518 billion in global economic loss from those injuries to Governments and individuals; d) that the UNRSC is currently developing a draft action plan for the decade which addresses among its topics road safety management, road-user behavior, and road-safety education; e) that driver distraction and road-user behavior, which includes among many examples “texting”, “text messaging”, interfacing with in-vehicle navigation or communication systems, are among the leading contributors to road traffic fatalities and injuries; f) that the successful implementation of this task, including the development of an in-vehicle architecture and Vehicle Gateway Platform (VGP), requires cross-sectoral collaboration within the ITU and among the World Standards Cooperation (WSC) partners; noting a) that ICTs, including intelligent transport systems (ITS), provide mechanisms for vehicular and passenger safety; b) that the proliferation of integrated in-vehicle ICTs and nomadic devices, including navigational information and electronic data communications devices, may contribute to driver distraction; c) that the ITU has on-going work in its various sectors, including the ITU-T Focus Group on Car Communications (FG CarCom), which has been identified as an appropriate place to address driver distraction; resolves 1. to include the theme of “ICTs and improving road safety” among those addressed at the WSIS Forum 2011, and to consider it as a theme at the “2012 World Telecommunication and Information Society Day,” in accordance with Resolution 68 (Rev. Antalya, 2006); 2. to invite all Members of the Union to take practical steps to further national and domestic policies, programs and/or educational initiatives in the use of ICTs to improve road safety, also taking into account the risks associated with unreasonable use of ICTs and driver distraction, as well as the benefits of ICTs and vehicular safety technologies, in order in to improve global road safety; instructs the Director TSB to bring this Resolution to the attention of relevant groups in ITU-T, in particular ITU-T Study Group 12 and its Focus Group on Car Communication.
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Score: 1103520.7 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...f_files/pdfs/ResDec10E_180.pdf
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Incidents PREVENTION RECOVERY ACCIDENT MITIGATION Destabilization point  2 Accidents:  AF447: A330 in June 2009  West Caribbean: MD-82 in August 2005  3 Incidents investigated by the BEA  One A340 in 2011 during Cruise  Two A320s in 2012 during Approach ICAO LOC-I Symposium - 20 May 2014 – Montreal Case Studies A330 CRZ MD82 CRZ A340 CRZ A320 APP A320 APP SOP  AUTOMATION UNDERSTANDING COMMUNICATION ISSUES DISTRACTION MONITORING STARTLE LOSS OF SA RECOVERY ACTIONS F/C PROT ENGAGED ICAO LOC-I Symposium - 20 May 2014 – Montreal A330 CRZ MD82 CRZ A340 CRZ A320 APP A320 APP SOP  PITCH & PWR NOT SET WHEN LOSS OF  AUTOMATION AUTOMATION UNDERSTANDING ? COMMUNICATION ISSUES LACK OF PRECISION  AND EFFICIENCY DISTRACTION ECAM MONITORING PITCH +15° VS 7000ft/mn STARTLE LOSS OF SA YES RECOVERY ACTIONS PITCH UP VS STALL F/C PROT ENGAGED NO PROT LOST ICAO LOC-I Symposium - 20 May 2014 – Montreal A330 CRZ MD82 CRZ A340 CRZ A320 APP A320 APP SOP  PITCH & PWR NOT SET WHEN LOSS OF  AUTOMATION ACFT ABOVE  MAX ALT,  DUE ANTI‐ICE AUTOMATION UNDERSTANDING ? (...) COMMUNICATION ISSUES LACK OF PRECISION AND  EFFICIENCY NO COM  DUE HI GRADIENT DISTRACTION ECAM WEATHER&  ATC/MEAL MONITORING PITCH +15° VS 7000ft/mn M0.60 vs  M0.75 STARTLE LOSS OF SA YES YES DUE PWR DROP/STALL RECOVERY ACTIONS PITCH UP VS STALL PITCH UP VS STALL F/C PROT ENGAGED NO PROT LOST NO  ICAO LOC-I Symposium - 20 May 2014 – Montreal A330 CRZ MD82 CRZ A340 CRZ A320 APP A320 APP SOP  PITCH & PWR NOT SET WHEN LOSS OF  AUTOMATION ACFT ABOVE  MAX ALT,  DUE ANTI‐ICE W/X AVOIDANCE (RADAR TILT) AUTOMATION UNDERSTANDING ?
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Score: 1088319.3 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...CI%20Accidents%20Incidents.pdf
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Microsoft PowerPoint - ITU Overview_r1 Naito.ppt ISO/IEC Joint Task Force on ITS Communications Kyoto, Japan 24 August 2011 ITU-T Overview on ITS Communication Development Yushi Naito, SG 16 Chairman Scott Pennock, FG-Distraction Chairman Kyoto, Japan 24 August 2011 ISO/IEC Joint Task Force on ITS Communications Kyoto, Japan 24 August 2011 ITU Structure ITU-T: Telecommunication standardization on a world-wide basis on technical, operating and tariff Questions (The Secretariat of ITU-T (TSB) provides services to ITU-T Participants) ITU-R: Radio communications and wireless ITU-D: Use and deployment of telecom networks and services in developing and least developed countries General Secretariat: Coordinates the Union's activities and the overall management of the Union Plenipotentiary Conference ITU Council ITU-T World Telecommunication Standardization Assembly ITU-R World Radiocommunication Conference Radiocommunication Assembly ITU-D World Telecommunication Development Conference General Secretariat ISO/IEC Joint Task Force on ITS Communications Kyoto, Japan 24 August 2011 ITU-T Structure R: RAPPORTEUR GROUP FOR QUESTIONS (Qs) GuidePart_F01 RRRR WORLD TELECOMMUNICATION STANDARDIZATION ASSEMBLY (WTSA) TELECOMMUNICATION STANDARDIZATION ADVISORY GROUP (TSAG) STUDY GROUP X STUDY GROUP Y WORKING PARTY Qs. (...) ISO/IEC Joint Task Force on ITS Communications Kyoto, Japan 24 August 2011 ITS & Telecom Development Activities in ITU-T SG 2 Human factors related issues for improvement of the quality of life through international telecommunications (Q 4) SG 11 (Signalling requirements, protocols & test specifications) SG 12 Hands-free communication in vehicles (Q 4) SG 13 Y.2281 "Framework of networked vehicle services and applications using NSN" (Q12) SG 16 Vehicle Gateway Platform (Q 27) G.799.2 “Mechanism for Dynamic Cordination of Signal Processing Functions” (Q 18) HN and Multimedia Applications (Q 22 qnd Q 25) Accessibility to Multimedia Systems and Services (Q 26) SG 17 (Security) FG-CarCOM Requirements on Hands-free speech communications and speech recognitions in the car FG-Drivers Distraction see details in following pages ISO/IEC Joint Task Force on ITS Communications Kyoto, Japan 24 August 2011 Overview of ITU-T FG Distraction Why was FG Distraction created? (...) ISO/IEC Joint Task Force on ITS Communications Kyoto, Japan 24 August 2011 Current FG Distraction Work Plan The following FG Distraction deliverables will help provide designers and developers of ICT systems with information they need to design, build, and verify these systems for safe use in the automotive environment: • P.UIA—Input for a new ITU-T Recommendation on Automotive User Interface requirements • Defines Application User reqts • Applies to all device types (vehicle, nomadic-paired, nomadic-not paired) • Applies to all modalities (visual, auditory, tactile) • G.SAM—Input for a new ITU-T Recommendation on mechanisms for managing the Situational Awareness of drivers • Controls timing of messages • Prioritizes messages • Sets format of messages • Etc. • G.AAPI—Input on a new ITU-T Recommendation on an automotive interface (e.g., APIs) for applications external to vehicle gateway • Mobile phone applications • ITS cloud applications • PNDs • etc.
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Score: 1082344.7 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it.../06/5B/T065B0000020007PDFE.pdf
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Seat-belt laws should cover both front and rear seat occupants. 111 countries have comprehensive seat-belt laws covering all car occupants. 96 countries have implemented a child restraint law. DISTRACTED DRIVING • Distracted driving is a growing problem due to increased use of mobile devices and technology in vehicles. • Drivers who are using mobile phones typically have slower reaction times to traffic signals and in braking, have trouble staying in their lane and maintain closer following distances. • Drivers who are using mobile phones are about four times more likely to be involved in a crash. • Research suggests that hands-free phones are as dangerous as hand-held phones. Using phones while driving can cause drivers to take their eyes and minds off the road and the surrounding situation, causing —in this case—cognitive distraction. • As this is a new field, new evidence will emerge as more research is conducted. In the meantime, measures to reduce the risks associated with distracted driving can include: adopting and enforcing legislation, public awareness campaigns and new technology such as vehicle applications that automatically re-direct calls if they sense a mobile phone in a moving vehicle. • Text messaging which involves cognitive, manual, and visual distraction results in a significantly increased likelihood of a crash FACT SHEET #3 Road safety: Key risk factors – page 3 For more information on distracted driving, visit: WHO: Mobile phone use: a growing problem of driver distraction http://www.who.int/violence_injury_prevention/road_safety_status/2013/facts/seatbelts_web.pdf?
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Score: 1066594.1 - https://www.who.int/violence_i...ad_Safety_Key_Risk_Factors.pdf
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Stage 1: For screaming, yelling, crying and whining Move: Take the child to a different place. Distract : Young children have a short attention span. (...) For example, ask them 'Do you want an apple or a banana?' Distract and negotiate: Young children have a short attention span. Please use it and try to distract the child and offer something else, engage them in a different activity, take the child away from that environment.
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Score: 1064107 - https://www.unicef.org/india/p...gtips/handling-temper-tantrums
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