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Publication Number: FHWA-RD-98-178
Date: June 26, 1998

Identification of Human Factors Research Needs - Final Report

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

SUMMARY

INTRODUCTION

METHOD

RESULTS

  • OVERVIEW

    • Introduction to the IVI User Services, Technology Modules, and Candidate Configurations

  • DESCRIPTION OF USER SERVICES FOR THE IVI

    • Infrastructure Requirements for the User Services

  • TECHNOLOGY MODULES FOR THE GENERATION I IVI

    • Module A: Basic Collision Warning Technologies
    • Module B: Advanced Collision Warning Technologies
    • Module C: Basic Traveler Information Devices
    • Module D: Driver Convenience Devices
    • Module E: ITS Collision Warning Systems for Heavy Vehicles
    • Module F: ITS Information Systems for Heavy Vehicles
    • Module G: ITS Technologies for Transit
  • CANDIDATE CONFIGURATIONS FOR THE GENERATION I IVI

    • IVI Candidate Configuration #1
    • IVI Candidate Configuration #2
    • IVI Candidate Configuration #3
    • IVI Candidate Configuration #4
    • IVI Candidate Configuration #5
  • GENERAL HUMAN FACTORS RESEARCH ISSUES FOR THE IVI

    • Overview
    • Baseline Driver Behavior
    • System Standardization and Guidelines
    • IVI Message Modality and Design
    • Timing of Messages
    • False Alarms
    • Driver Response Time to Alerts
    • Stimulus-Response (SR) Compatibility of Alerts
    • Control Requirements by Drivers
    • Training
    • Older Drivers
    • Driver Acceptance
    • Driver Performance
    • Effects of Automation
    • Inappropriate Levels of Driver Trust in the System
    • Functional Allocation

CONCLUSIONS

REFERENCES

NOTES

 

FHWA-RD-98-178

 

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