Human Factors & User Awareness

Description

This session addresses challenges associated with the introduction of automated vehicles in mixed traffic environments, and outlines current progress as well as future research needs. Fundamental Human Factors challenges are to ensure safety, ease of use, trust, acceptance and comfort, for users/passengers of automated vehicles. Likewise, a safe and acceptable interaction with other road users including pedestrians and cyclists needs to be established. In the session, researchers and industrial representatives from ongoing research initiatives and international experts will discuss the state-of-the art of Human Factors research for automated vehicles, current design guidelines and evaluation methodologies.

Speakers

Evangelos Bekiaris, CERTH
Satoshi Kitazaki, AIST
Andreas Eustacchio, Attorney at law
Riender Happee, TU Delft
Olivier Lenz, FIA
Representative from Scania (TBC)
Arjan van Vliet, RDW

Moderator

Anna Schieben, DLR

Organisers

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