Driver Attention Alert (DAA)

Driver Attention Alert (DAA)*

The DAA is a system which detects driver fatigue and decreased attentiveness, and encourages the driver to take a rest.

When the vehicle is driven inside traffic lane lines at about 65 to 140 km/h (40 to 87 mph), the DAA estimates the amount of accumulated fatigue and decreased attentiveness of the driver based on the information from the Forward Sensing Camera (FSC) and other vehicle information, and encourages the driver to take a rest using an indication on the

multi-information display and a WARNING sound. Use the DAA on expressways or highways.

Refer to Forward Sensing Camera (FSC) on page 4-256.

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WARNING

WARNING

WARNING

Do not rely completely on DAA and always drive carefully:

The DAA detects driver fatigue and decreased attentiveness and encourages the driver to take a rest, however, it is not designed to prevent the vehicle from straying. If you rely too much on the DAA it could lead to an accident. Drive carefully and operate the steering wheel appropriately.

In addition, the system may not be able to detect driver fatigue and decreased attentiveness correctly depending on the traffic and driving conditions. The driver must take sufficient rest in consideration of safer driving.


NOTE

- The DAA operates when all of the following conditions are met.


- The vehicle speed is about 65 to 140 km/h (40 to 87 mph).

- The system detects white (yellow) lane lines.

- The system has completed learning of the driver’s driving data.

- The DAA does not operate under the following conditions.

- The vehicle speed is less than about 65 km/h (40 mph).

- The vehicle speed exceeds about 140 km/h (87 mph)

- The vehicle is making a sharp turn.

- The vehicle is changing lanes.

- The system cannot detect white (yellow) lane lines.

- The DAA may not operate normally under the following conditions.

- White (yellow) lane lines are less visible because of dirt or fading/patchiness.

- The vehicle is jolted or swayed continuously by strong winds or rough roads.

- The vehicle is driven aggressively.

- When making frequent lane changes.

- The DAA detects driver fatigue and decreased attentiveness based on the driving data when the vehicle is driven at about 65 to 140 km/h (40 to 87 mph) for about 20 minutes. The driving data will be reset under the following conditions.

- The vehicle is stopped for 15 minutes or longer.

- The vehicle is driven at less than about 65 km/h (40 mph) for about 30 minutes.

- The ignition is switched off.

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- After the DAA has displayed the first message encouraging rest, it does not display the next one until 45 minutes have passed.

▼ Driver Attention Alert (DAA) Display (White)

When the system detects driver fatigue or decreased attentiveness, it activates the WARNING sound and displays an alert in the multi-information display.

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▼ Canceling Driver Attention Alert (DAA)

The DAA can be set to not activate.

Refer to the Settings section in the Mazda Connect Owner's Manual.


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