To use highly automated vehicles while a driver remains responsible for safe driving, places new – yet demanding, requirements on the human operator. This is because the automation creates a gap between drivers’ responsibility and the human capabilities to take responsibility, especially for unexpected or time-critical transitions of control. This gap is not being addressed by current practises of driver licensing. Based on literature review, this research collects drivers’ requirements to enable safe transitions in control attuned to human capabilities. This knowledge is intended to help system developers and authorities to identify the requirements on human operators to (re)take responsibility for safe driving after automation.
|Number of pages||8|
|Publication status||Published - 13 Jun 2018|
|Event||6th Humanist Conference: Towards Vehicle Automation - Human Factors Challenges - Madurodam, The Hague, Netherlands|
Duration: 13 Jun 2018 → 14 Jun 2018
|Conference||6th Humanist Conference|
|Period||13/06/18 → 14/06/18|