Location

Rockport, Maine

Date

29-6-2005

Session

SESSION 7 - Poster Session B

Abstract

As the interaction between human and machine continues to change, due to the increase of system functionalities, a concept of human-car cooperation covering the effects of this change has been developed. Proceeding from this concept, an initial analysis of the actual human-car interaction including the wishes of today’s drivers will be the main subject of this paper. An experimental design, based on the concept of cooperation and preliminary studies, was developed. First results on the quality of cooperation, situational awareness and trust indicate the concept’s profound adaptableness to future human-car interactions.

Rights

Copyright © 2005 the author(s)

DC Citation

Proceedings of the Third International Driving Symposium on Human Factors in Driver Assessment, Training and Vehicle Design, June 27-30, 2005, Rockport, Maine. Iowa City, IA: Public Policy Center, University of Iowa, 2005: 342-348.

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Jun 29th, 12:00 AM

The Concept of Cooperative Automation in Cars: Results from the Experiment "Overtaking on Highways"

Rockport, Maine

As the interaction between human and machine continues to change, due to the increase of system functionalities, a concept of human-car cooperation covering the effects of this change has been developed. Proceeding from this concept, an initial analysis of the actual human-car interaction including the wishes of today’s drivers will be the main subject of this paper. An experimental design, based on the concept of cooperation and preliminary studies, was developed. First results on the quality of cooperation, situational awareness and trust indicate the concept’s profound adaptableness to future human-car interactions.