Human Factors in Intelligent Transportation Systems

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formed to determine the benefit of having the information, a proper assessment cannot be made.

A final general area of necessary research involves driver acceptance of ATIS technology. Even a very safe and efficient system design will not achieve the goals of ITS if the needs and desires of the user are not met. Poor market penetration will result. Although a number of surveys have been conducted that describe desirable ATIS features, ongoing research will be necessary to establish the information and control requirements for system (and product) success. Once information requirements have been established, the process of establishing human factors design guidelines can progress.


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