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Designing the Communication with Automated Vehicles: The Case of Elderly Pedestrians

Joisten, Philip and Theobald, Nina and Schwindt, Sarah and Walter, Jonas and Abendroth, Bettina (2020):
Designing the Communication with Automated Vehicles: The Case of Elderly Pedestrians.
pp. 1-7, Virtuell, Workshop on Inclusive Communication between Automated Vehicles and Vulnerable Road Users. In conjunction with MobileHCI 2020, Virtual Conference, October 5-9, 2020, [Conference or Workshop Item]

Abstract

To communicate perception of and intent to other road users, implicit and explicit forms of communication for automated vehicles (AVs) are currently under research and development. Despite being a relevant group for road safety, the requirements of elderly pedestrians are not sufficiently reflected in current communication concepts. Age-related impairments of sensory, cognitive and motor abilities of elderly pedestrians are presented and their relevance for design criteria of implicit and explicit forms of communication for AVs derived. The specification of design criteria presented in this paper allows further research to examine the design of implicit and explicit communication for AVs with elderly pedestrians.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item
Erschienen: 2020
Creators: Joisten, Philip and Theobald, Nina and Schwindt, Sarah and Walter, Jonas and Abendroth, Bettina
Title: Designing the Communication with Automated Vehicles: The Case of Elderly Pedestrians
Language: English
Abstract:

To communicate perception of and intent to other road users, implicit and explicit forms of communication for automated vehicles (AVs) are currently under research and development. Despite being a relevant group for road safety, the requirements of elderly pedestrians are not sufficiently reflected in current communication concepts. Age-related impairments of sensory, cognitive and motor abilities of elderly pedestrians are presented and their relevance for design criteria of implicit and explicit forms of communication for AVs derived. The specification of design criteria presented in this paper allows further research to examine the design of implicit and explicit communication for AVs with elderly pedestrians.

Place of Publication: Virtuell
Divisions: 16 Department of Mechanical Engineering
16 Department of Mechanical Engineering > Ergonomics (IAD)
Event Title: Workshop on Inclusive Communication between Automated Vehicles and Vulnerable Road Users. In conjunction with MobileHCI 2020
Event Location: Virtual Conference
Event Dates: October 5-9, 2020
Date Deposited: 04 Dec 2020 07:17
Official URL: https://wecare-workshop.github.io/
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