Ergonomics and Safety of Intelligent Driver Interfaces

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displayed by the navigation system in a manner that is compatible with their location in the real traffic environment.


ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

This study is part of the research project of the working group for man- machine interface in the Individual Communication Group, the Route/ Automobile Communication System of Japan, and has been supported by companies that are members of the group.


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