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TitleNext generation automobile haptic seat: in inclusive way
Author(s)Macedo, Helena
Silva, Lincoln
Munar, Eládio
Gomes, Rui
Carvalho, Adriano
Cardoso, Paulo
Carvalhal, Paulo
Mackay, Ana Margarida
Costa, Nélson
KeywordsHaptic seat
Human-Machine Interfaces
Haptic perception
Autonomous vehicles
Assistive technology
Human
Machine interfaces
Issue date2023
PublisherSpringer Nature
JournalStudies in Systems, Decision and Control
CitationMacedo, H. et al. (2023). Next Generation Automobile Haptic Seat: In Inclusive Way. In: Arezes, P.M., et al. Occupational and Environmental Safety and Health IV. Studies in Systems, Decision and Control, vol 449. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-12547-8_19
Abstract(s)Autonomous Vehicles will change the present driving paradigm and the car will be considered a 3rd living space, contributing to the social inclusion of the visually impaired. This study aimed to develop a haptic seat to alert and inform passengers about certain situations on the road and define the perceived minimum, optimal and uncomfortable vibrational values to be considered when designing guidelines for the development of haptic devices. An instrumented car seat with 10 actuators was developed, and an experiment was designed and applied to 39 participants, to determine the Ascending Minimum Threshold (AMT); Descending Minimum Threshold (DMT); Optimal Vibration (OV) and Discomfort (D), and study the relationship of these variables with gender, anthropometric characteristics, and age. Software for data collection was also developed. This research found significant differences between men and women, regarding the MAT (female :24%, male: 26%), OV (female: 34%, male: 40%), and D (female: 47%, male: 60%), concluding that women showed greater sensitivity to haptic stimulation. Anthropometric measures and age also showed a correlation with the variables mentioned above. Therefore, this study suggests that differences between gender, anthropometric measures, and age of users, should be considered when designing haptic devices for car seats.
TypeBook part
URIhttps://hdl.handle.net/1822/87422
ISBN978-3-031-12546-1
DOI10.1007/978-3-031-12547-8_19
ISSN2198-4182
Publisher versionhttps://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-031-12547-8_19
Peer-Reviewedyes
AccessOpen access
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