Driver Reactions to Automated Vehicles focuses on the design and evaluation of the handover to and from driver and the automobile. The authors present evidence from studies in driving simulators and on the open roads to show that handover times are much longer than anticipated by previous research. In the course of the studies, Eriksson and Stanton develop compelling evidence to support the use of driving simulators for the study of handovers. They also develop guidelines for the design of handover strategies and show how this improves driver takeover of vehicle control.
Introduction. The Chatty Co-Driver: A Linguistics Approach Applying Lessons Learnt from Aviation Incidents. A toolbox for automated driving. Take-over time in highly automated vehicles. Contrasting simulated with on-road transition of control. After-effects of driver-paced transitions of control. Augmented reality guidance for control transitions in automated driving. Conclusion.
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