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Publication Number: FHWA-RD-98-057

Human Factors Design Guidelines for Advanced Traveler Information Systems (ATIS)and Commercial Vehicle Operations (CVO)

 

CHAPTER 16: PUBLICATIONS FROM THE BATTELLE ATIS/CVO PROJECT

 

Federal Highway Administration Reports

  • Campbell, J. L., Carney, C., & Kantowitz, B. H. (1997). Development of human factors guidelines for advanced traveler information systems and commercial vehicle operations: Human factors design guidelines for ATIS/CVO (Contract No. DTFH61–92–C–00102). Seattle, WA: Battelle Human Factors Transportation Center.

  • Campbell, J. L., Hanowski, R. J., Hooey, B. L., Gore, B. F., & Kantowitz, B. H. (1997). Development of human factors guidelines for advanced traveler information systems and commercial vehicle operations: ATIS function transitions. Washington, DC: Federal Highway Administration (FHWA–RD –96–146).

  • Clarke, D. L., McCauley, M. E., Sharkey, T. J., Dingus, T. A., & Lee, J. D. (1996). Development of human factors guidelines for advanced traveler information systems and commercial vehicle operations: Comparable systems analysis. Washington, DC: Federal Highway Administration (FHWA–RD –95–197).

  • Collins, D. J., Biever, W. J., Dingus, T. A., & Neale, V. L. (1997). Development of human factors guidelines for advanced traveler information systems and commercial vehicle operations: Driver performance and behavior interaction with ISIS under reduced visibility conditions (Contract No. DTFH61 –92–C–00102). Blacksburg, VA: Center for Transportation Research, VPI & SU.

  • Dingus, T. A., Hulse, M. C., Jahns, S. K., Alves–Foss, J., Confer, S., Rice, A., Roberts, I., Hanowski, R. J., & Sorenson, D. (1997). Development of human factors guidelines for advanced traveler information systems and commercial vehicles: ATIS/CVO human factors literature review supplement. Washington, DC: Federal Highway Administration (FHWA–RD–96–190).

  • Dingus, T., Hulse, M., Jahns, S., Alves–Foss, J., Confer, S., Rice, A., Roberts, I., Hanowski, R., & Sorenson, D. (1996). Development of human factors guidelines for advanced traveler information systems and commercial vehicle operations: Literature review. Washington, DC: Federal Highway Administration FHWA–RD–95–153).

  • Hanowski, R. J., Gallagher, J. P., Kieliszewski, C. A., Dingus, T. A., Biever, W., & Neale, V. (1997). Development of human factors guidelines for advanced traveler information systems and commercial vehicle operations: Driver response to unexpected situations when using an in–vehicle information system (Contract No. DTFH61–92–C–00102). Blacksburg, VA: Center for Transportation Research, VPI & SU.

  • Hanowski, R. J., Hooey, B. L., Gore, B. F., & Kantowitz, B. H. (1996). Development of human factors guidelines for advanced traveler information systems and commercial vehicle operations: Display channels. Washington, DC: Federal Highway Administration (FHWA–RD–96–148).

  • Hooey, B. L., & Gore, B. F. (1998). Development of human factors guidelines for advanced traveler information systems and commercial vehicle operations: Head–up displays and driver attention for navigation information. Washington, DC: Federal Highway Administration (FHWA–RD–96 –153).

  • Hulse, M. C., & Dingus, T. A. (1995). Development of human factors guidelines for advanced traveler information systems and commercial vehicle operations: Work plan for field evaluation (Contract No. DTFH61–92–C–00102, unpublished). Seattle, WA: Battelle Human Factors Transportation Center.

  • Hulse, M. C., Dingus, T. A., Mollenhauer, M. A., Liu, Y., Jahns, S. K., Brown, T., & McKinney, B. (1997). Development of human factors guidelines for advanced traveler information systems and commercial vehicle operations: Identify strengths and weaknesses of alternative information display formats. Washington, DC: Federal Highway Administration (FHWA–RD–96–142).

  • Kantowitz, B. H., Hanowski, R. J., & Kantowitz, S. C. (1996). Development of human factors guidelines for advanced traveler information systems and commercial vehicle operations: The effects of inaccurate traffic information on driver acceptance of in–vehicle information systems. Washington, DC: Federal Highway Administration (FHWA–RD–96–145).

  • Kantowitz, B. H., Hanowski, R. J., Kantowitz, S. C., & Garness, S. A. (1997). Development of human factors guidelines for advanced traveler information systems and commercial vehicle operations: Display channels. Washington, DC: Federal Highway Administration (FHWA–RD–96– 148).

  • Kantowitz, B. H., Hooey, B. L., & Simsek, O. (1998). Development of human factors guidelines for advanced traveler information systems and commercial vehicle operations: On road evaluation of ATIS messages (Contract No. DTFH61–92–C–00102). Seattle, WA: Battelle Human Factors Transportation Center.

  • Kantowitz, B. H., Lee, J. D., Becker, C. A., Bittner, A. C., Kantowitz, S. C., Hanowski, R. J., Kinghorn, R. A., McCauley, M. E., Sharkey, T. J., McCallum, M. C., & Barlow, S. T. (1997). Development of human factors guidelines for advanced traveler information systems and commercial vehicles: Identify and explore driver acceptance of in–vehicle ITS information. Washington, DC: Federal Highway Administration (FHWA–RD–96– 143).

  • Kantowitz, B. H., Lee, J. D., & Kantowitz, S. C. (1997). Development of human factors guidelines for advanced traveler information systems and commercial vehicle operations: Definition and prioritization of research studies. Washington, DC: Federal Highway Administration (FHWA–RD–96 –177).

  • Kantowitz, B. H., Simsek, O., & Carney, C. (1997). Development of human factors guidelines for advanced traveler information systems and commercial vehicle operations: ATIS function transitions (Contract No. DTFH61–92–C–00102). Seattle, WA: Battelle Human Factors Transportation Center.

  • Lee, J. D., Dingus, T. A., Mollenhauer, M. A., & Brown, T. (1996). Development of human factors guidelines for advanced traveler information systems and commercial vehicle operations: CVO driver fatigue and complex in–vehicle systems. Washington, DC: Federal Highway Administration (FHWA –RD–96–151).

  • Lee, J. D., Morgan, J., Wheeler, W. A., Hulse, M. C., & Dingus, T. A. (1997). Development of human factors guidelines for advanced traveler information systems and commercial vehicles: ATIS and CVO functional description. Washington, DC: Federal Highway Administration (FHWA–RD–95 –201).

  • Lee, J. D., Stone, S. R., Gore, B. F., Colton, C., Macauley, J., Kinghorn, R. A., Campbell, J. L., Finch, M., & Jamieson, G. (1996). Development of human factors guidelines for advanced traveler information systems and commercial vehicle operations: Design alternatives for in–vehicle information displays: Message style, modality and location. Washington, DC: Federal Highway Administration (FHWA–RD–96–147).

  • Liu, Y., & Dingus, T. A. (1997). Development of human factors guidelines for advanced traveler information systems and commercial vehicle operations: Human factors evaluation of the effectiveness of multi–modality displays in advanced traveler information systems. Washington, DC: Federal Highway Administration (FHWA–RD–150).

  • McCallum, M. C., Lee, J. D., Sanquist, T. A., & Wheeler, W. A. (1996). Development of human factors guidelines for advanced traveler information systems and commercial vehicle operations: ATIS and CVO development objectives and performance requirements. Washington, DC: Federal Highway Administration (FHWA–RD–95–109).

  • Mollenhauer, M. A., Dingus, T. A., Hankey, J. M., Carney, C., & Neale, V. L. (1996). Development of human factors guidelines for advanced traveler information systems and commercial vehicle operations: Display formats and CVO driver workload. Washington, DC: Federal Highway Administration (FHWA–RD–96–152).

  • Neale, V. L., Dingus, T. A., Schroeder, A. D., Zellers, S., & Reinach, S. (1997). Development of human factors guidelines for advanced traveler information systems and commercial vehicle operations: Advanced traveler information system feature standardization. Washington, DC: Federal Highway Administration (FHWA–RD–96–149).

  • Wheeler, W. A., Lee, J. D., Raby, M., Kinghorn, R. A., Bittner, A. C., & McCallum, M. C. (1996). Development of human factors guidelines for advanced traveler information systems and commercial vehicle operations: Task analysis of ATIS/CVO functions. Washington, DC: Federal Highway Administration (FHWA–RD–95–176).

Other Related Publications

  • Campbell, J. L. (1996). The development of human factors design guidelines. International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics, 18(5–6), pp. 363–371.

  • Campbell, J. L. (1995a). Development of human factors design guidelines: Science and art. In A. C. Bittner, Jr., & P. C. Champney (Eds.), Advances in industrial ergonomics and safety vii (pp. 105–112). London: Taylor & Francis.

  • Campbell, J. L. (1995b). Development of human factors design guidelines for advanced traveler information systems (ATIS). Proceedings of the 1995 Pacific Rim TransTech Conference in Association with the Sixth Annual International Conference on Vehicular Navigation and Information Systems (VNIS'95), (pp. 161–164). Piscataway, NJ: IEEE.

  • Campbell, J. L., Carney, C., & Kantowitz, B. H. (1997). Design guidelines for advanced traveler information systems (ATIS): The user requirements analysis. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 41st Annual Meeting, 2, (pp. 954–958). Santa Monica, CA: Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.

  • Campbell, J. L., Kantowitz, B. H., & Hanowski, R. J. (1995). Human factors design of in–vehicle traveler information systems. Proceedings of the Second World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems, (pp. 1721–1726). Yokohama, Japan: Intelligent Transportation Systems.

  • Campbell, J. L., Kinghorn, R. A., & Kantowitz, B. H. (1995). Driver acceptance of system features in an advanced traveler information system (ATIS). Proceedings of the ITS 1995 Annual Meeting, 2, (pp. 967–973). Washington, DC: ITS AMERICA.

  • Campbell, J. L., Moyer, M. J., Granda, T. M., Kantowitz, B. H., Hooey, B. L., & Lee, J. D. (1997). Applying human factors research tools for ITS (SAE Technical Paper Series No. 972670). In Advances in intelligent transportation system design (SP–1285). Warrendale, PA: Society of Automotive Engineers.

  • Dingus, T. A., & Hulse, M. C. (1994). Human factors analysis of information format options for advanced traveler information systems. Proceedings of the International Ergonomics Association 12th Triennial Congress, 4, (pp. 136–139). Toronto, Canada: Human Factors Association of Canada.

  • Dingus, T. A., & Hulse, M. C. (1993). Human factors research recommendations for the development of design guidelines for advanced traveler information systems. Proceedings of the Human Factors Society 37th Annual Meeting, (pp. 1067–1071). Santa Monica, CA: Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.

  • Granda, T. M., Moyer, M. J., Hanowski, R. J., & Kantowitz, B. H. (1997). Older drivers and ATIS guidelines. Challenges, Innovations, and Opportunities: Proceedings of the Conference on Traffic Safety in the 21st Century, (pp. 347–353). New York: American Society of Civil Engineers.

  • Hanowski, R. J., & Kantowitz, B. H. (in press). Driver memory for in–vehicle information system messages. Transportation Research Record . Washington, DC: Transportation Research Board.

  • Hanowski, R. J., Kantowitz, S. C., & Kantowitz, B. H. (April, 1996). Driver memory for in–vehicle advanced traveler information system messages [Abstract]. In Final Program of the Symposium on Night Visibility and Driver Behavior, presented by the Transportation Research Board and National Research Council, conducted in Iowa City, Iowa.

  • Hanowski, R. J., Kantowitz, S. C., & Kantowitz, B. H. (1994). Driver acceptance of unreliable route guidance information. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 38th Annual Meeting, (pp. 1062–1066). Santa Monica, CA: Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.

  • Hulse, M., Dingus, T., & Barfield, W. (1997). Description and application of advanced traveler information systems. In W. Barfield & T. Dingus (Eds.), Human factors in intelligent transportation systems (pp. 1–30). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

  • Kantowitz, B. H., Becker, C. A., & Barlow, T. (1993). Assessing driver acceptance of IVHS components. Proceedings of the Human Factors Society 37th Annual Meeting, (pp. 1062–1066). Santa Monica, CA: Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.

  • Kantowitz, B. H., Granda, T. M., Moyer, M. J., & Campbell, J. L. (1996). Using simulators to study driver response to advanced in–vehicle systems. Proceedings of the Third Annual ITS World Congress. Orlando, FL: ITS AMERICA.

  • Kantowitz, B. H., Hanowski, R. J., & Kantowitz, S. C. (1997a). Driver reliability requirements for traffic advisory information. In Y. I. Noy (Ed.), Ergonomics and safety of intelligent driver interfaces (pp. 1–22). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

  • Kantowitz, B. H., Hanowski, R. J., & Kantowitz, S. C. (1997b). Driver acceptance of unreliable traffic information in familiar and unfamiliar settings. Human Factors, 39(2), (pp. 164–176). Santa Monica, CA: Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.

  • Kantowitz, B. H., Hanowski, R. J., & Kantowitz, S. C. (1995). Driver reactions to unreliable traffic information. Proceedings of the ITE 65th Annual Meeting, (pp. 673–676). Washington, DC: Institute of Transportation Engineers.

  • Kantowitz, S. C., Kantowitz, B. H., & Hanowski, R. J. (1995). The Battelle route guidance simulator: A low–cost tool for studying driver response to advanced navigation systems. Proceedings of the Sixth Annual International Conference on Vehicular Navigation and Information Systems (VNIS'95) , (pp. 104–109). Piscataway, NJ: IEEE.

  • Kantowitz, B. H., Kantowitz, S. C., & Hanowski, R. J. (1994). Driver reliability demands for route guidance systems. Proceedings of the International Ergonomics Association 12th Triennial Congress, 4, (pp. 133–135). Toronto, Canada: Human Factors Association of Canada.

  • Kantowitz, B. H., Lee, J. D., & Kantowitz, S. C. (1994). Prioritizing human factors research issues for IVHS. Proceedings of the First World Congress on Applications of Transport Telematics & Intelligent Vehicle–Highway Systems, (pp. 2200–2207). Paris, France: ATT & IVHS.

  • Kinghorn, R. A. (1995). A comparison of two models to predict driver acceptance of traveler information systems. In A. C. Bittner, Jr., & P. C. Champney (Eds.), Advances in industrial ergonomics and safety vii (pp. 639–646). London: Taylor & Francis.

  • Kinghorn, R. A., & Bittner, A. C., Jr. (1993). Truck driver anthropometric data: Estimating the current population. Proceedings of the Human Factors Society 37th Annual Meeting, (pp. 580–584). Santa Monica, CA: Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.

  • Kinghorn, R. A., Bittner, A. C., & Kantowitz, B. H. (1994). Identification of desired system features in an advanced traveler information system. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 38th Annual Meeting, (pp. 1067–1071). Santa Monica, CA: Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.

  • Landau, F. H., Hanley, M. N., & Hein, C. M. (1997). Applicability of existing human factors guidelines to ATIS. In W. Barfield & T. Dingus (Eds.), Human factors in intelligent transportation systems (pp. 397–444). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

  • Lee, J. D. (1997). A functional description of ATIS/CVO systems to guide and accommodate driver needs and limits. In Y. I. Noy (Ed.), Ergonomics and safety of intelligent driver interfaces (pp. 63–84). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

  • Lee, J. D., & Kantowitz, B. H. (1997). Perceptual and cognitive aspects of intelligent transportation systems. In W. Barfield & T. Dingus (Eds.), Human factors in intelligent transportation systems (pp. 31–54). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

  • Lee, J. D., Kantowitz, B. H., Hulse, M. C., & Dingus, T. A. (1994). Functional description of advanced in–vehicle information systems: Development and application. Proceedings of the First World Congress on Applications of Transport Telematics & Intelligent Vehicle–Highway Systems, (pp. 2369–2376). Paris, France: ATT & IVHS.

  • Lee, J. D., Morgan, J., Raby, M., & Wheeler, W. A. (1994). Accommodating driver needs and limits: A functional description of ATIS/CVO systems. Proceedings of the International Ergonomics Association 12th Triennial Congress, 4, (pp. 140–142). Toronto, Canada: Human Factors Association of Canada.

  • Lee, J. D., & Raby, M. (1994). Network analysis as a technique to guide the task analysis of ATIS/CVO. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 38th Annual Meeting, (pp. 1018–1022). Santa Monica, CA: Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.

  • McCallum, M. C., & Lee, J. D. (1993). System objectives and performance requirements of ATIS and commercial vehicle components of IVHS. Proceedings of the Human Factors Society 37th Annual Meeting, (pp. 1072–1076). Santa Monica, CA: Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.

  • McCauley, M. E., Clark, D. L., Sharkey, T. J., & Dingus, T. A. (1994). Comparable systems analysis of advanced traveler information systems (ATIS) and commercial vehicle operations (CVO) and comparable systems. Proceedings of the International Ergonomics Association 12th Triennial Congress, 4, (pp. 143–145). Toronto, Canada: Human Factors Association of Canada.

  • Mollenhauer, M. A., Hulse, M. C., Dingus, T. A., Jahns, S. K., Carney, & C. (1997). Design decision aids and human factors guidelines for ATIS displays. In Y. I. Noy (Ed.), Ergonomics and safety of intelligent driver interfaces (pp. 23–61). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

  • Mollenhauer, M. A., Lee, J. D., Cho, K., Hulse, M. C., & Dingus, T. A. (1994). The effects of sensory modality and information priority on in– vehicle signing and information systems. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 38th Annual Meeting, (pp. 1072–1076). Santa Monica, CA: Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.

  • Ng, L., & Barfield, W. (1993). User information requirements for intelligent vehicle highway systems as a function of driver category. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 37th Annual Meeting, (pp. 1077–1081). Santa Monica, CA: Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.

  • Wheeler, W. A., Campbell, J. L., & Kinghorn, R. A. (1997). Commercial vehicle–specific aspects of intelligent transportation systems. In W. Barfield & T. Dingus (Eds.), Human factors in intelligent transportation systems (pp. 95–130). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

  • Wheeler, W. A., Lee, J. D., Raby, M., Kinghorn, R. A., Bittner, A. C., Jr., & McCallum, M. C. (1994). Predicting driver behavior using advanced traveler information systems. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomic Society 38th Annual Meeting, (pp. 1057–1061). Santa Monica, CA: Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.

 

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