Using naturalistic driving films as a design tool for investigating driver requirements in HMI design for ADAS. Paper presented at IEA 2012, 18th World congress on Ergonomics : designing a sustainable future, held in Recife, Brazil, February 12-16, 2012.
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Minjuan Wang Dong Sun & Fang Chen
Work: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment and Rehabilitation, Vol. 41 (2012), Supplement 1 'Proceedings of IEA 2012, 18th World congress on Ergonomics : designing a sustainable future, held in Recife, Brazil, February 12-16, 2012', p. 5045-5052, 15 ref.
|Samenvatting||In recent years, there are many naturalistic driving projects have been conducted, such as the 100-Car Project (Naturalistic Driving study in United State), EuroFOT (European Large-Scale Field Operational Tests on Vehicle Systems), SeMi-FOT (Sweden Michigan Naturalistic Field Operational Test and etc. However, those valuable naturalistic driving data hasn't been applied into Human-machine Interaction (HMI) design for Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), a good HMI design for ADAS requires a deep understanding of drive environment and the interactions between the driving car and other road users in different situations. The results demonstrated the benefits of using naturalistic driving films as a mean for enhancing focus group discussion for better understanding driver’s needs and traffic environment constraints. It provided an efficient tool for designers to have inside knowledge about drive and the needs for information presentation. The recommendations for how to apply this method is discussed in the paper. (Author/publisher)|
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