Nieuwe systemen in de auto: lust of last? Geïntegreerde bestuurdersondersteuning gezien vanuit de automobilist

Cornelie J.G. van Driel

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Abstract

The car driver of tomorrow will enjoy an increasing variety of Advanced Driver
Assistance Systems (ADAS) that assist in the driving task. An important step in the
development of ADAS is the integration of driver support functions. However, little
insight exists yet into this issue. This paper discusses a user needs survey that provides
more insight into integrated driver assistance from the motorist’s point of view. By means of an Internet questionnaire car drivers are asked to indicate their needs for driver assistance during certain driving tasks (e.g. congestion driving) and circumstances (e.g. reduced visibility). From these user needs, consequences
for the integration of driver support functions can be deduced with respect to technology, HMI, and functional operation. Preliminary results of the survey indicate that there seems to be a need for functions that provide information or warnings. This points to the importance of aspects surrounding the HMI, such as information management. Respondents also have a preference for functions that include a form of communication, such as a warning for an unsafe headway in a curve, which implies communication with a digital map. The results further show that the ideal driver support system should be personal, and thus taking into account the driver’s skills and preferences.
Original languageDutch
Title of host publicationColloquium Vervoersplanologisch Speurwerk (CVS) 2004
Subtitle of host publicationInnovatie: van inspiratie naar realisatie?
Place of PublicationRotterdam
PublisherColloquium Vervoersplanologisch Speurwerk (CVS)
Pages1859-1877
Volume7
Publication statusPublished - 2004
EventColloquium Vervoersplanologisch Speurwerk, CVS 2004: Innovatie: van inspiratie naar realisatie? - Zeist, Netherlands
Duration: 24 Nov 200425 Nov 2004
https://www.cvs-congres.nl/cvs-vorige-jaren/cvs-2004

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ConferenceColloquium Vervoersplanologisch Speurwerk, CVS 2004
Abbreviated titleCVS
CountryNetherlands
CityZeist
Period24/11/0425/11/04
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van Driel, C. J. G. (2004). Nieuwe systemen in de auto: lust of last? Geïntegreerde bestuurdersondersteuning gezien vanuit de automobilist. In Colloquium Vervoersplanologisch Speurwerk (CVS) 2004: Innovatie: van inspiratie naar realisatie? (Vol. 7, pp. 1859-1877). Rotterdam: Colloquium Vervoersplanologisch Speurwerk (CVS).
van Driel, Cornelie J.G. / Nieuwe systemen in de auto: lust of last? Geïntegreerde bestuurdersondersteuning gezien vanuit de automobilist. Colloquium Vervoersplanologisch Speurwerk (CVS) 2004: Innovatie: van inspiratie naar realisatie?. Vol. 7 Rotterdam : Colloquium Vervoersplanologisch Speurwerk (CVS), 2004. pp. 1859-1877
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van Driel, CJG 2004, Nieuwe systemen in de auto: lust of last? Geïntegreerde bestuurdersondersteuning gezien vanuit de automobilist. in Colloquium Vervoersplanologisch Speurwerk (CVS) 2004: Innovatie: van inspiratie naar realisatie?. vol. 7, Colloquium Vervoersplanologisch Speurwerk (CVS), Rotterdam, pp. 1859-1877, Colloquium Vervoersplanologisch Speurwerk, CVS 2004, Zeist, Netherlands, 24/11/04.

Nieuwe systemen in de auto: lust of last? Geïntegreerde bestuurdersondersteuning gezien vanuit de automobilist. / van Driel, Cornelie J.G.

Colloquium Vervoersplanologisch Speurwerk (CVS) 2004: Innovatie: van inspiratie naar realisatie?. Vol. 7 Rotterdam : Colloquium Vervoersplanologisch Speurwerk (CVS), 2004. p. 1859-1877.

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van Driel CJG. Nieuwe systemen in de auto: lust of last? Geïntegreerde bestuurdersondersteuning gezien vanuit de automobilist. In Colloquium Vervoersplanologisch Speurwerk (CVS) 2004: Innovatie: van inspiratie naar realisatie?. Vol. 7. Rotterdam: Colloquium Vervoersplanologisch Speurwerk (CVS). 2004. p. 1859-1877