Evaluation of ADAS with a supported-driver model for desired allocation of tasks between human and technology performance

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    Abstract

    Partly automated driving is relevant for solving mobility problems, but also causes concerns with respect to the driver‟s reliability in task performance. The supported driver model presented in this paper is therefore intended to answer the question, what type of support and in which circumstances, will enhance the driver‟s ability to control the vehicle. It became apparent that prerequisites for performing tasks differ per driving task‟s type and require different support. The possible support for each driving task‟s type, has been combined with support-types to reduce the error causations from each different performance level (i.e. knowledge-based, rule-based and skill-based performance). The allocation of support in relation to performance level and driving task‟s type resulted in a supported driver model and this model relates the requested circumstances to appropriate support types. Among three tested ADAS systems, semi-automated parking showed best allocation of support; converting the demanding parallel parking task into a rather routine-like operation.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationAdvanced Microsystems for Automotive Applications
    Subtitle of host publicationSmart Systems for Safety, Sustainability and Comfort
    EditorsGereon Meyer, Jürgen Valldorf, Wolfgang Gessner
    Place of PublicationBerlin, Heidelberg
    PublisherSpringer
    Pages187-208
    ISBN (Electronic)978-3-642-00745-3
    ISBN (Print)978-3-642-00744-6
    Publication statusPublished - 5 May 2009
    Event13th International Forum on Advanced Microsystems for Automotive Applications, AMAA 2009: Smart Systems for Safety, Sustainability, and Comfort - Berlin, Germany
    Duration: 5 May 20096 May 2009
    Conference number: 13

    Publication series

    NameVDI-Buch
    PublisherSpringer

    Conference

    Conference13th International Forum on Advanced Microsystems for Automotive Applications, AMAA 2009
    Abbreviated titleAMAA
    CountryGermany
    CityBerlin
    Period5/05/096/05/09

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