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Behavioural response: Still a major concern for AVCSS?

Behavioural response: Still a major concern for AVCSS?
Behavioural response: Still a major concern for AVCSS?
With the recent advances made in AVCSS (Advanced Vehicle Control and Safely Systems), designed to aid the driver and in some cases replace driver functions, it has become apparent that many of the technological barriers facing these systems are (or soon will be) soluble. Comparatively little attention would seem to have been given however as to how the driver will interact with these systems, with issues such as driver behavioural shifts and even system desirability receiving little study. This article reviews exactly how far investigation into these problems has progressed for some of the most high profile systems. It is concluded that although many systems are now viewed positively by the driving public, and may soon be within their reach, the introduction of automation needs to be carefully managed. Indeed, although some systems are sufficiently advanced as to be market-ready, many on-going issues still exist that may impede deployment.
1024-8072
363-382
Brackstone, M.A.
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McDonald, M.
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Brackstone, M.A.
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McDonald, M.
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Brackstone, M.A. and McDonald, M. (2000) Behavioural response: Still a major concern for AVCSS? ITS Journal, 5 (4), 363-382. (doi:10.1080/10248070008903776).

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With the recent advances made in AVCSS (Advanced Vehicle Control and Safely Systems), designed to aid the driver and in some cases replace driver functions, it has become apparent that many of the technological barriers facing these systems are (or soon will be) soluble. Comparatively little attention would seem to have been given however as to how the driver will interact with these systems, with issues such as driver behavioural shifts and even system desirability receiving little study. This article reviews exactly how far investigation into these problems has progressed for some of the most high profile systems. It is concluded that although many systems are now viewed positively by the driving public, and may soon be within their reach, the introduction of automation needs to be carefully managed. Indeed, although some systems are sufficiently advanced as to be market-ready, many on-going issues still exist that may impede deployment.

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Published date: 2000

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Local EPrints ID: 75160
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/75160
ISSN: 1024-8072
PURE UUID: 2e199641-4092-461b-8e2e-16bc59398605

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Date deposited: 11 Mar 2010
Last modified: 17 Jul 2019 00:15

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Author: M.A. Brackstone
Author: M. McDonald

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