Slow responses and safety in semi-automated vehicles: Responding to behavior changes in the transport of the future

On: 20. Mai 2017
In: Automotive, Traffic Psychology
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Autonomous vehicles are becoming more popular – they are being developed by car manufacturers and technology companies, and they’re being tested on the road in a lot of markets. It’s disruptive innovation – it will fundamentally change a lot about the transportation domain. In the research community, we’re trying to understand how you design and implement autonomous vehicles and how they should function with the driver. In the future, a driver will not have to use the steering wheel to control their car’s lane position or use the brake or accelerator pedals to control its speed; they may be much more likely to engage in more active secondary tasks like watching a movie, which is visually intensive.



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