Literature review of behavioral adaptation to advanced driver assistance systems.
20160446 ST [electronic version only]
Sullivan, J.M. Flannagan, M.J. Pradhan, A.K. & Bao, S.
Washington, D.C., American Automobile Association AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, 2016, 53 p., 149 ref.
|Samenvatting||In this literature review, theories of driver behavioral adaptation (BA) are examined for the insight they can provide into how drivers will use advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS). Such systems are designed to support driving tasks formerly managed exclusively by the drivers themselves. How drivers react to this assistance will depend on the accuracy of their understanding (or mental model) of the functions and capabilities of a particular ADAS. Negative BA effects can arise when a driver’s mental model of an ADAS is incomplete or inaccurate. This may happen when an ADAS has functional limits that are reached only infrequently, and that are therefore difficult for a driver to notice and understand. Various ways to address this issue are described in the conclusions. (Author/publisher)|
|Full-text||Beschikbaar Niet beschikbaar, klik om contact op te nemen voor een digitalisatie verzoek|
|Suggestie?||Neem contact op met de SWOV bibliotheek voor uw opmerkingen|