Introduction to the connected cruise control and related human factors considerations

Malte Risto, Marieke Hendrikje Martens, Ellen Wilschut

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Abstract

Connected Cruise Control (CCC) is a new approach to driver assistance that avoids some of the problems associated with autonomous driver assistance by advising optimal driver behaviour via a human-machine interface. Yet the characteristics of this advice can have a negative impact on driver distraction and additional task demand. While the system is still under development, an evaluation of system effects is needed to identify potential safety issues at an early stage in the design process. For this reason an introduction to CCC is provided, followed by a discussion of how advice attributes can generate distraction and add task demand. Finally, two human factors constructs are provided that can indicate the effects of systems characteristics on driver performance.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication11th Trail Congress Connecting People - Integrating Expertise, 23 and 24 November 2010
EditorsT.P. Allkim, Bart van Arem, T. Arentze
Place of PublicationDelft
PublisherNetherlands Research School for Transport, Infrastructure and Logistics
Pages-
Number of pages5
ISBN (Print)978-90-5584-139-4
Publication statusPublished - 23 Nov 2010
Event11th International TRAIL Congress 2010: Connecting People - Integrating Expertise - Delft, Netherlands
Duration: 23 Nov 201024 Nov 2010
Conference number: 11

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PublisherNetherlands Research School for Transport, Infrastructure and Logistics

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Conference11th International TRAIL Congress 2010
CountryNetherlands
CityDelft
Period23/11/1024/11/10

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Cruise control
Human engineering

Keywords

  • IR-101258
  • traffic flow
  • ADAS
  • Connected Cruise Control
  • Advanced Driver Assistance Systems
  • METIS-267869
  • Automation
  • Human Factors
  • longitudinal support
  • lateral support
  • in-vehicle advice

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Risto, M., Martens, M. H., & Wilschut, E. (2010). Introduction to the connected cruise control and related human factors considerations. In T. P. Allkim, B. van Arem, & T. Arentze (Eds.), 11th Trail Congress Connecting People - Integrating Expertise, 23 and 24 November 2010 (pp. -). Delft: Netherlands Research School for Transport, Infrastructure and Logistics.
Risto, Malte ; Martens, Marieke Hendrikje ; Wilschut, Ellen. / Introduction to the connected cruise control and related human factors considerations. 11th Trail Congress Connecting People - Integrating Expertise, 23 and 24 November 2010. editor / T.P. Allkim ; Bart van Arem ; T. Arentze. Delft : Netherlands Research School for Transport, Infrastructure and Logistics, 2010. pp. -
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Risto, M, Martens, MH & Wilschut, E 2010, Introduction to the connected cruise control and related human factors considerations. in TP Allkim, B van Arem & T Arentze (eds), 11th Trail Congress Connecting People - Integrating Expertise, 23 and 24 November 2010. Netherlands Research School for Transport, Infrastructure and Logistics, Delft, pp. -, 11th International TRAIL Congress 2010, Delft, Netherlands, 23/11/10.

Introduction to the connected cruise control and related human factors considerations. / Risto, Malte; Martens, Marieke Hendrikje; Wilschut, Ellen.

11th Trail Congress Connecting People - Integrating Expertise, 23 and 24 November 2010. ed. / T.P. Allkim; Bart van Arem; T. Arentze. Delft : Netherlands Research School for Transport, Infrastructure and Logistics, 2010. p. -.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contributionAcademicpeer-review

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Risto M, Martens MH, Wilschut E. Introduction to the connected cruise control and related human factors considerations. In Allkim TP, van Arem B, Arentze T, editors, 11th Trail Congress Connecting People - Integrating Expertise, 23 and 24 November 2010. Delft: Netherlands Research School for Transport, Infrastructure and Logistics. 2010. p. -