Evaluating multiple in-vehicle intelligent transport systems: the measurement of driver acceptability, workload, and attitudes in the TAC SafeCar on-road study
C 29146 (In: C 29121 CD-ROM) /72 /83 / ITRD E210323
Mitsopoulos, E. Regan, M.A. Triggs, T.J. Tierney, P.
In: Proceedings of the 2003 Road Safety Research, Policing and Education Conference 2003, Sydney, Australia, 24-26 September 2003, Pp
|Samenvatting||The Australian TAC SafeCar project is one of a growing number of on-road studies concerned with evaluating the potential safety benefits of in-vehicle intelligent transport systems (ITS). Four ITS technologies have been fitted to each of 15 Ford passenger cars: Intelligent Speed Adaptation; Following Distance Warning; Seat Belt Reminder; and Reverse Collision Warning. Thirty drivers are serving as participants in the study. Each driver's task is to drive one of the 15 test vehicles over a distance of at least 16,500 kilometres. The purpose of the current paper is to describe the tools being used to measure driver attitudes and acceptance of the technologies under study and the mental workload associated with driving while interacting with the technologies. (Author/publisher) For the covering entry of this conference, please see ITRD abstract no. E210298.|
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