Effects on driving performance of multiple in-vehicle intelligent transport systems : preliminary findings from the TAC SafeCar project.
C 33922 (In: C 33911 CD-ROM) /91 /83 / ITRD E211921
Regan, M.A. Young, K.L. Triggs, T.J. Tomasevic, N. Mitsopoulos, E. Healy, D. Tierney, P. & Connelly, K.
In: CAITR-2004 : [proceedings of the] 26th Conference of the Australian Institutes of Transport Research “Committing to research and development for the next generation”, Melbourne, Australia, 8-10 December 2004, 11 p., 6 ref.
|Samenvatting||The Australian TAC SafeCar project is one of a growing number of field trials examining the effects on driver performance and safety of prolonged exposure to in-vehicle intelligent transport systems (ITS). Four ITS technologies have been equipped to 15 Ford passenger vehicles: Intelligent Speed Adaptation (ISA); following distance warning; seat belt reminder; and reverse collision warning. The project aims to examine behavioural adaptation to, and acceptance of, these technologies, separately and in combination, over time. During the trial, 23 participants each drive one of the SafeCar vehicles for at least 16,500 kilometres. During this time, the ITS technologies automatically turn on and off in different pre-determined orders. This paper presents a number of preliminary findings relating to the effects on driving performance of exposure to the ISA, following distance warning and seat belt reminder systems. (a) For the covering entry of this conference, please see ITRD abstract no. E211903.|
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