DE102013205393A1 - Linking navigation and safety information in a vehicle - Google Patents

Linking navigation and safety information in a vehicle

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DE102013205393A1
DE102013205393A1 DE102013205393.2A DE102013205393A DE102013205393A1 DE 102013205393 A1 DE102013205393 A1 DE 102013205393A1 DE 102013205393 A DE102013205393 A DE 102013205393A DE 102013205393 A1 DE102013205393 A1 DE 102013205393A1
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Axel Jansen
Felix Schwarz
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Abstract

Disclosed is a method of associating navigation and safety alerting in a vehicle, comprising: receiving first informational data from a navigation system indicative of a navigation alert to be displayed on a display; Receiving second information data from a driver assistance system indicating a safety alert to be displayed on the display; Determining a unit indication representing the information contained in the navigation instruction and the safety instruction, wherein the unit indication is, in particular, a single symbol; Initiate the presentation of the unit notice on the display.

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  • The invention relates to a method for linking navigation and safety information in a vehicle, a corresponding device and a corresponding computer program.
  • Today, in vehicles, especially cars, often installed navigation systems. These calculate the route from a start to a destination and issue instructions for the driver in the form of navigation instructions at the relevant times (for example, a symbol and / or "turn left" speech output). The notes can be displayed both classically on a screen or a display such as an LED or LCD display as well as contact-analogous manner, such as with a head-up display or head-mounted display.
  • In addition, driver assistance systems are known today. Examples of these systems are a lane change assistant, which issues a warning if another road user is right or left in the blind spot of the vehicle. Another example is an emergency brake assist, which initiates braking of the vehicle if a rear-end collision seems unavoidable. The aim of a driver assistance system is to warn the driver of impending collisions with other road users or objects by issuing an instruction in the form of a safety note. The instruction can also consist in an omission request, for example with regard to a lane change. The safety instructions as well as navigation instructions can be displayed both classically on a screen or a display such as an LED or LCD display, as well as in contact-analogous manner, such as with a head-up display.
  • Nowadays, the presentation of the navigation and safety information is done in separate areas of a display, as in 1 shown. Each alert type, ie navigation hint or safety alert, is assigned a separate area of the available display area, which does not overlap with other areas. In 1 is the area 1 assigned to the navigation instructions. In the area 2 Safety warnings are displayed in 1 are indicated cumulatively for explanation. 2 shows a typical display 3 a head-up display, if you have to pay attention to a bicycle crossing when turning right.
  • By partitioning the display area, a specific space in the display area must be kept for each type of note (navigation and safety instructions). Due to the constant increase in functions of the vehicle and thus to hints of the same type, the demand for available display space is growing. As a result, either the display devices in the vehicle are getting bigger or different functions have to share the same display area. And thus, by means of priority management, it must be regulated which notes are displayed, if more than one function has to indicate something at the same time. This creates the risk of suppressing important indications for the driver.
  • In addition, the mental load for the driver may increase, since this is always forced to overlook larger areas in the display devices to capture all information.
  • In the case of a navigation system and a collision warning system, when turning at an intersection and imminent collision, for example, the same intersection geometry is displayed twice in parallel with a straight-line cyclist: once with a safety warning of an imminent collision and once with a navigation instruction for turning. In this situation, where the driver's visual sensory channel is already heavily loaded, the driver must note and process two displays, focusing on each display at least once.
  • In addition, an indication within a dedicated display area for warnings has a high request character and is often associated with a direct need for action of the driver (for example, brakes). Early information, which in many cases is a useful alternative to acute warnings, is therefore perceived as disturbing and not accepted. Where appropriate, also because of the driver's experience that early warnings are often false warnings.
  • For the contact-analogue displays, these disadvantages are even more serious since the possible display contents are not limited to defined two-dimensional display areas but extend to the entire three-dimensional space covered by the display technology. By using simple priority management, complete hints may need to be hidden. Thus, the user is in danger of not getting displayed essential information.
  • The object underlying the invention is thus to adapt the display of navigation and safety instructions to the needs of a vehicle driver or driver while overcoming the above-mentioned disadvantages of the prior art.
  • The object is solved by the subject matters of the independent claims. Advantageous developments are defined in the dependent claims.
  • In a first aspect, a method for linking navigation and safety information in a vehicle comprises: receiving first information data from a navigation system that indicates a navigation indication to be displayed on a display; Receiving second information data from a driver assistance system indicating a safety alert to be displayed on the display; Determining a unit indication representing the information contained in the navigation instruction and the safety instruction, wherein the unit indication is, in particular, a single symbol; Initiate the presentation of the unit notice on the display.
  • In this way, the two notes that would otherwise be displayed separately are linked and only a single note is displayed. This link goes beyond the mere simultaneous presentation of the safety and navigation instruction in that the hint to be displayed is uniform and transports both the information of the safety and navigation instructions.
  • The driver is thus given the opportunity to capture the information of both clues by just one focus. This is an advantage, especially when turning at an intersection or in other situations which require a great deal of visual receptivity. The fact that only one note must be detected, the driver can react earlier to the hint. If there is more than one clue on an otherwise insufficient ad slot, there is no danger that an important clue will not be displayed due to an incorrect prioritization.
  • Moreover, the method is particularly advantageous if there is a connection between the navigation instruction and the safety instruction. This occurs, for example, if the navigation instruction gives an instruction to the driver which leads to a future vehicle movement which could lead to a collision or more generally for which the safety information is given. Thus, a navigation instruction could prompt you to turn off and at the same time there could be a safety instruction to pay attention to the cyclist who is driving straight ahead, for example, to look in the direction of the cyclist and to stop him when turning. The presentation of these two notes in a separate way, so each for themselves, requires the driver each have their own recording and processing and also the step to put the two pieces together to understand that when turning on the cyclist is to give eight. On the other hand, the presentation of a unit information has the advantage that the driver only has to record and process one reference (the unit information) and that information already conveys the information that the cyclist has to take care when turning. The unit notice thus already transports the relationship between the navigation instruction and the safety instruction. In other words, the unit hint provides the navigation hint with additional information regarding the collision avoidance (in other words, the hint of the driver assistance system). By displaying the unit information, therefore, the link between the two notes is already transported and the driver does not have to compile the information first.
  • This reduces the driver's reaction time to clues and also reduces the likelihood that the driver will ignore an over-demand clue or link it to other clues and compliance. This helps to prevent collisions of road users.
  • In one development, the unit information includes a plurality of sub-symbols, which are each connected to at least one point.
  • In another embodiment, determining the unit indication includes: searching a unit notice database for the unit indication that represents the information contained in the navigation instruction and the safety instruction. The unit information used is therefore already available and stored. In the database, a predefined unit information can be stored for each combination of navigation instruction and safety instruction. The unit instructions can be optimized in such a way that they are as easy to understand as possible for the driver and in particular also represent the relationship between the navigation instruction and the safety instruction.
  • In another embodiment, determining the unit indication comprises: searching a unit notice database for an entry associated with the navigation hint, the entry indicating a symbol and a rule as to how a safety alert is incorporated into the symbol; Create the unit notice by incorporating the safety notice in the icon according to the rule. The rule may relate to a hazard area of the environment specified in the second informational data (the area to which the safety advice applies) and a graphical change of the symbol. Preferably, the reference is to specify how the relative spatial arrangement of the Hazardous area and specified by the navigation instruction course in the unit information is reproduced.
  • In a preferred development, the method further comprises: checking whether the navigation instruction and the safety instruction are to be displayed at the same time; Where the determination and presentation of the unit indication is carried out only if the check indicates that the navigation instruction and the safety instruction are to be displayed at the same time. In order not to overload the driver, it is advantageous to spend only one instruction to the driver. For this purpose, the cases are identified in which the simultaneous display of navigation and safety instructions is not necessary.
  • This can be done by taking into account whether the navigation instruction comprises a handling instruction to the driver that contradicts the instruction of the driver included in the safety instruction; and / or whether the navigation hint and the safety alert are related, in particular, relate to the same future vehicle movement. Furthermore, it may additionally be provided to display the navigation instruction only when the safety instruction is no longer to be displayed (or no longer exists), or at a later or later date at which the driver can still react. In addition, it can be provided that the safety instruction is only displayed if there is a connection with a navigation instruction to be displayed.
  • In one embodiment, it can be determined that the navigation instruction and the safety instruction are not to be displayed at the same time if the navigation instruction comprises a vehicle guidance instruction which contradicts the instruction contained in the safety instruction.
  • In an advantageous development, the method may further comprise: receiving first priority data indicating a first priority determined for the presentation of the navigation advice; Receiving second priority data indicating a second priority designated for presentation of the security advisory; Wherein the checking whether the navigation instruction and the safety instruction are to be displayed at the same time also takes into account the first and the second priority. In this case, the first priority is, in particular, the time until which the driver must be informed of the navigation instruction at the latest, in particular so that the latter can execute the driving maneuver in good time; and the second priority is the time up to which the driver must be informed of the safety instruction at the latest, in particular so that it can react in time to prevent a collision. The priority determines whether both indications are to be displayed at the same time, or whether, if there is a risk of overstraining the driver, it is sufficient to display only the information of a message (the safety or navigation information).
  • It can be provided that the navigation instruction and the safety instruction are to be displayed at the same time if the first priority fulfills a first predetermined criterion and the second priority fulfills a second predetermined criterion. In this case, the first and the second predetermined criteria may in particular be the same and, in particular, may consist of the exceeding of a predefined threshold value.
  • In the checking, it may be determined that the navigation advice and the safety advice are to be displayed at the same time when the navigation advice includes a guidance to the vehicle guidance that contradicts the action instruction included in the safety notification, and the first priority satisfies the first predetermined criterion and the second priority meets second predetermined criterion. Thus, a link is made of two criteria that determines when to display the navigation and security hints simultaneously. One of the criteria relates to the content-related assessment of the instructions and the other criterion relates to the priority of the respective reference.
  • In a further development of the method, the second information data also indicate the area of the surroundings of the vehicle for which the safety instruction is specified or only a section of the area which results after the future vehicle movement according to a route guidance. At the same time, the unit indication is determined in such a way that it gives an indication of the area of the environment, in particular by means of a graphical representation of the area of the environment. This allows the driver an intuitive perception of the place where there is a danger.
  • In addition, the unit information can be displayed contact-analogue, whereby the reference to the area of the environment is displayed contact-analogous. In contact-analog presentation, the notice appears to the viewer at the location of the environment assigned to the note. Navigation hints can be assigned the place to which they refer. Thus, they may appear superimposed on a road to be chosen based on route guidance or superimposed on a lane to be selected for turning based on a route guidance. The contact analogue representation the area of the environment may be such that the area of the environment for which the safety advice is given or a section of it relevant to the movement of the vehicle is represented as being contact-analogous. The unit indication may comprise a contact analogue and graphical representation of a navigation advice, wherein those portions of the navigation advice are represented graphically deposed, which lie in the area of the environment for which the security advice is given.
  • In another aspect, an apparatus includes electronic computing means, the apparatus being configured to perform one of the above methods. The electronic computing means may be a computer or a microcontroller, which can be set programmatically. In addition, the device may still have the necessary interfaces to receive information data from the navigation system and the driver assistance system and to cause the display on the display.
  • In another aspect, a computer program includes instructions for performing one of the above methods. The computer program may be designed such that, when executed by a computer, it is made to execute one of the above methods.
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  • 1 schematically shows representations of hints, as it is known in the art.
  • 2 schematically shows a further illustration of a hint, as it is known in the art.
  • 3 schematically shows the representation of a unit indication in a head-up display (HUD) according to an embodiment.
  • 4 shows an enlargement of the in 3 shown HUD.
  • 5 schematically shows an illustration of a unit indication in a HUD according to another embodiment.
  • 6 schematically shows the representation of a unit indication in a contact-analog representation.
  • Like reference numerals refer to corresponding elements throughout the figures.
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  • 3 shows schematically the representation 3 a unit indication in a HUD according to an embodiment. The representation 3 is in 4 shown enlarged again.
  • In 3 schematically shows the view of the interior of a vehicle, as it represents the driver of the vehicle. In the windscreen the driver appears the presentation 3 by means of the HUD (not shown). In order to create the representation, in operation, a computing device receives information about navigation hints from a navigation system. In addition, the computing device receives information about safety instructions from a driver assistance system indicating where a potential hazard exists and which type. In this embodiment, the navigation system receives the information that is to turn right at the next intersection. Furthermore, a collision warning system receives the information that there is a cycle path to the right of the road on which a cyclist drives and the area of the surroundings of the vehicle in which the cycle path runs. The computing device processes this information into a unit indication 4 displayed to the driver, the calculator thus summarizes the information in the unit notice 4 together. The summary of the information can be done in several ways. In the present embodiment, a data base is searched by the computing device, which assigns a symbol to the information of the navigation system. In addition, the database also includes a rule on how to incorporate safety notices into the symbol. This rule may be, for example, that depending on the relative spatial arrangements of the navigation history and the area in which there is a danger, a portion of the navigation hint is represented graphically differently.
  • According to the rule obtained from the database, the computing device calculates a unit indication 4 , The unit information 4 includes a graphical navigation hint that reflects the default of the navigation guide that is to turn right according to the assignment in the database. Also in accordance with the rule in the corresponding entry in the database, an area appears in the navigation hint 5 compared to the remaining navigation hint represented graphically offset, here for example by hatching. Also conceivable is a red coloration of this area 5 , The area 5 is selected according to the area of the environment to which information from the collision warning system is received and the rule stored in the database. Furthermore, the unit notice 4 the warning symbol 6 for cyclists. In the unit notice 4 Thus, the information of both a navigation system and a driver assistance system is displayed together while the relationship between the two notes made, namely the spatial relationship between the two clues. This makes it intuitively clear to the driver which type of danger exists or the reason for the safety information. By the joint presentation, the driver can absorb the variety of information faster and more complete than in a separate representation.
  • 5 shows with the unit information 4 ' an alternative representation of the unit information. This representation is based on an alternative entry in the database for the information received from the navigation system and from the driver assistance system. According to this alternative entry, the unit notice 4 ' also a navigation hint for the right turn. However, in this navigation note, no area is graphically represented, which represents the area of the danger or safety advice. Instead, the unit notice includes 4 ' one from the arrow 9 , which symbolically points to the traffic situation. The unit information 4 ' also includes the warning symbol for cyclists. This arrow 9 and the warning symbol are displayed according to a rule stored in the database for this entry according to the spatial relationships of the navigation course and the danger zone.
  • 6 schematically shows the representation of a unit indication 7 in a contact-analog representation. A contact-analogue representation can be achieved, for example, via a head-mounted display (HMD), which comprises a frame which holds a semitransparent display for each eye. The displays are used to display the contact-analogous representation to the driver. In this embodiment, the computing device receives from the navigation system the information that is to change to the traffic lane (ie the navigation hint). At the same time, the computing device receives the information from a driver assistance system that there is a traffic jam ahead in the direction of travel on the right-hand traffic lane (in other words, the safety instruction). The computing device queries a database for a symbol associated with the navigation hint. This navigation instruction is also associated with a rule on how a safety instruction can be incorporated into the symbol, namely by hatching the area of the symbol that appears to the driver above the driving rigidity in which the danger exists. Instead of shading, a red coloration can also be used. The computing device inserts the safety instruction into the symbol according to the rule stored in the database and initiates the display on the HMD.

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  1. A method for linking navigation and safety information in a vehicle, comprising: Receiving first information data from a navigation system indicating a navigation indication to be displayed on a display; Receiving second information data from a driver assistance system indicating a safety alert to be displayed on the display; Determining a unit indication representing the information contained in the navigation instruction and the safety instruction, wherein the unit indication is, in particular, a single symbol; Initiate the presentation of the unit notice on the display.
  2. The method of claim 1, wherein the unit hint comprises a plurality of sub-symbols each connected to at least one location.
  3. The method of any one of the preceding claims, wherein determining the unit indication comprises: Searching a unit notice database for the unit hint that represents the information contained in the navigation hint and security advisory.
  4. The method of any one of the preceding claims, wherein determining the unit indication comprises: Searching a unit notice database for an entry associated with the navigation hint, the entry indicating a symbol and a rule, such as a safety alert, being incorporated into the symbol; Create the unit notice by incorporating the safety notice in the icon according to the rule.
  5. The method of any one of the preceding claims, further comprising: Check whether the navigation instruction and the safety instruction are to be displayed at the same time; Where the determination and presentation of the unit indication is carried out only if the check indicates that the navigation instruction and the safety instruction are to be displayed at the same time.
  6. The method of claim 5, wherein the checking of whether the navigation advice and the security advice are to be displayed at the same time takes into account whether the navigation advice is a Includes an instruction to the driver that contradicts the instructions for handling the driver included in the safety instruction; and / or wherein checking whether the navigation advice and the safety advice are to be displayed at the same time takes into account whether the navigation advice and the security advice are related, in particular relate to the same future vehicle movement.
  7. The method of claim 6, wherein the checking determines that the navigation advice and the safety advice are not to be displayed at the same time when the navigation advice includes a driving instruction that contradicts the operation instruction covered by the safety advice.
  8. Method according to one of claims 1 to 5, further comprising: Receiving first priority data indicating a first priority determined for presentation of the navigation hint; Receiving second priority data indicating a second priority designated for presentation of the security advisory; Wherein the checking whether the navigation instruction and the safety instruction are to be displayed at the same time also takes into account the first and the second priority.
  9. The method of claim 8, wherein the checking determines that the navigation hint and the safety alert are to be displayed at the same time when the first priority satisfies a first predetermined criterion and the second priority meets a second predetermined criterion, wherein the first and second predetermined criteria Criterion are in particular the same and in particular exist in the exceeding of a predefined threshold.
  10. The method of claim 8, wherein the checking determines that the navigation hint and the safety alert are to be displayed at the same time when the navigation hint includes a guide to driving that is inconsistent with the action instruction included in the safety advice, or if the navigation advice is related to that Security advice is, and the first priority meets the first predetermined criterion and the second priority meets the second predetermined criterion.
  11. Method according to one of claims 8 to 10, wherein the first priority indicates the time up to which the driver must at least display the navigation instruction, in particular so that it can execute the driving maneuver in good time; and or wherein the second priority indicates the time up to which the driver must be informed of the safety instruction at the latest, in particular so that it can react in time to prevent a collision.
  12. Method according to one of the preceding claims, wherein the second information data also indicate the area of the surroundings of the vehicle for which the safety instruction is given, the unit information being determined in such a way that it gives an indication of the area of the environment, in particular by means of a graphical representation of the area of the environment.
  13. The method of claim 12, wherein the unit information is displayed contact-analogue, and wherein the reference to the area of the environment is represented contact-analogous.
  14. Apparatus comprising electronic computing means, the apparatus being arranged to carry out a method according to any one of the preceding claims.
  15. A computer program comprising instructions for carrying out a method according to any one of claims 1 to 13.
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