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TitleIn-vehicle auxiliary driving equipment systems-a user interaction for safety review
Author(s)Simoes, P.
Sampaio, A.
Arezes, P.
Martins, J.
Driver distraction
Interface design
Automotive interaction
Issue date2016
PublisherCRC Press/Balkema
CitationSimoes, P., Sampaio, A., Arezes, P., & Martins, J. (2016). In-vehicle auxiliary driving equipment systems-a user interaction for safety review. In Occupational Safety and Hygiene IV - Selected, Extended and Revised Contributions from the International Symposium Occupational Safety and Hygiene. Taylor and Francis: London, ISBN 978-1-138-02942-2, pp. 497-501
Abstract(s)The main purpose of this paper is to understand the existing in vehicle physical interfaces and the new ways to interact with vehicles that start to appear. It is clear that more studies must be conducted in order to verify if this new way to interact with vehicles is safe and also if the driving experience will not be altered due to these new possible forms of driver distraction. 11tere are many studies on how to interact with physical interfaces, which provide feedback to drivers. The existence of mobile protuberances as buttons, slide sticks and joystick controls, help the driver to locate himself throw the dashboard feeling the command set. An interaction based on touch screen selection does not provide a physical way of interaction, the commands demand can become more complicated, causing the driver shit is attention of his main task in order to find the selection options.
TypeBook part
AccessOpen access
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