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Design of Human-Machine-Interfaces for DAS

Bruder, Ralph and Didier, Muriel (2016):
Design of Human-Machine-Interfaces for DAS.
In: Handbook of Driver Assistance Systems, Switzerland, Springer International Publishing, [Book Section]

Abstract

Interaction between human and machine occurs via interfaces that provide the driver with information and are meant to assist the driver in the task of driving safely, effectively, and efficiently. The following is an explanation of how displays and controls must be designed in the course of product development and which aspects deserve the most attention from the standpoint of the interaction between human and machine. Firstly, a working model is presented in order to explain human information processing and the action process. This model can be regarded as the foundation for designing an HMI. This is followed by various methods of systematizing displays and controls best suited for approaching the issues involved in driving a vehicle. However, the human being should be at the center of the design process, which is the reason why design guidelines and principles are listed, in order to explain the underpinnings of the approach while focusing on user-oriented implementation.

Item Type: Book Section
Erschienen: 2016
Creators: Bruder, Ralph and Didier, Muriel
Title: Design of Human-Machine-Interfaces for DAS
Language: English
Abstract:

Interaction between human and machine occurs via interfaces that provide the driver with information and are meant to assist the driver in the task of driving safely, effectively, and efficiently. The following is an explanation of how displays and controls must be designed in the course of product development and which aspects deserve the most attention from the standpoint of the interaction between human and machine. Firstly, a working model is presented in order to explain human information processing and the action process. This model can be regarded as the foundation for designing an HMI. This is followed by various methods of systematizing displays and controls best suited for approaching the issues involved in driving a vehicle. However, the human being should be at the center of the design process, which is the reason why design guidelines and principles are listed, in order to explain the underpinnings of the approach while focusing on user-oriented implementation.

Title of Book: Handbook of Driver Assistance Systems
Place of Publication: Switzerland
Publisher: Springer International Publishing
ISBN: 978-3-319-12351-6
Divisions: 16 Department of Mechanical Engineering
16 Department of Mechanical Engineering > Ergonomics (IAD)
Date Deposited: 22 Nov 2016 09:08
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