A comparative real life study of auditory and haptic systems for in-vehicle speed support

Andras Varhelyi, Emeli Adell

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Sammanfattning

Two alternative Human-Machine-Interface solutions for in-vehicle speed support were evaluated in field trials in Hungary and Spain. Twenty vehicles on both test sites were equipped with two kinds of systems: 1) support via an Active Accelerator Pedal and 2) warning via beep signals and flashing red light when exceeding the speed limit. The test drivers drove one month with each system. Both systems had an effect on speed and the effect was greater for the Active Accelerator Pedal than for the “BEEP”-system. Both systems were perceived as useful but not satisfactory.
Originalspråkengelska
Titel på gästpublikation[Host publication title missing]
FörlagITS World Congress
Antal sidor6
StatusPublished - 2006
Evenemang13th ITS World Congress - London, Storbritannien
Varaktighet: 2006 okt 82006 okt 12

Konferens

Konferens13th ITS World Congress
Land/TerritoriumStorbritannien
OrtLondon
Period2006/10/082006/10/12

Ämnesklassifikation (UKÄ)

  • Infrastrukturteknik

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