Human Factors in Intelligent Transportation Systems

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to the description of system benefits, the chapter lays a foundation for further discussion of human factors ATIS issues by providing a description of current ATIS technology, systems in production or under development, and projects underway or completed. As discussed in several subsequent chapters, for ATIS benefits to be realized, designers of traffic information systems must implement human factors knowledge and design principles into the design of these systems.


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