Ergonomics and Safety of Intelligent Driver Interfaces

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Such activity can only benefit the usability and safety of such systems and ensure that designers are aware of best practice.

The handbook also contains guidelines on traffic and road information, collision avoidance, and autonomous intelligent cruise control. The format of the handbook is designed to provide a succinct guideline with supporting examples where necessary, and additional information on the rationale behind the guideline, further relevant reading, and other guidelines of relevance.

The guidelines will provide a summary of current best ergonomic practice for IVHS information presentation. This will be a valuable source of information for designers (the prime target audience), for behavioral researchers, and for standards bodies (particularly ISO TC22 SC13 WG8 and ISO TC 204 WG13).


ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

The authors wish to acknowledge the valuable contribution of others in the HARDIE consortium: Transport Research Laboratory ( UK); INRETSLESCO (F); BAe Sowerby Research Centre ( UK); Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (E); TÜV Bayern e.V. (D) and TÖI (N). The HARDIE project was supported by the CEC DGXIII Transport Telematics Programme. Some of the material contained in the section "Empirical Study: Timing of Guidance Instructions" was previously published in Ross and Brade (1995). (Inclusion in this chapter is in accordance with the copyright rules.)


REFERENCES

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Ashby M. C., & Parkes A. M. ( 1993). "Interface design for navigation and guidance". In A. M. Parkes & S. Franzen (Eds.), Driving future vehicles (pp. 295-310). London: Taylor & Francis.

Fairclough S. H., Ashby M. C., Lorenz K., & Parkes A. M. ( 1991). A comparison of route navigation and route guidance systems in an urban environment. Proceedings of 24th ISATA International Symposium on Automotive Technology and Automation, 659-666.

Kimura K., Maranuaka K., & Sugiura S. ( 1994). "Human factors considerations for automotive navigation systems". In S. McFadden, L. Innes, & M. Hill (Eds.), Proceedings of the 12th Triennial Congress of the International Ergonomics Association: Vol. 4. Ergonomics and design (pp. 162-165). Ontario, Canada: Human Factor Association of Canada.

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Ross T., & Brade S. ( 1995). "An empirical study to determine guidelines for optimum timing of route guidance instructions". In Proceedings of the Colloquium on Design of the Driver Interface (Digest No. 1995/007, pp. 1/1-1/5). London: Institution of Electrical Engineers.

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