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Driving Simulator Study Germany: Questionnaire Data User Evaluation HMI

21 February 2023

The dataset provided resulted from a driving simulator study conducted by Chemnitz University of Technology (TUC) within work package 3 of the MEDIATOR project. The study focused on the user evaluation of the Mediator system and its functionalities, including the innovative Human Machine interface (HMI). The user evaluation centred on acceptance, trust, usability, comfort and the experience of …

Partner in the spotlight: Ben-Gurion University of the Negev

26 January 2022

Our team at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU), is conducting various driving simulator experiments to evaluate MEDIATOR’s HMI concept of preventive and corrective mediation. We focus on assessing the effects of driver distraction and driver fatigue on driving performance under partial automation conditions with and without the HMI. MEDIATOR is a significant project that exploits the …

Driver distraction and its effects on partially automated driving performance

13 January 2022

Drivers of partially automated vehicles (PAVs) are relieved from parts of the driving tasks allocated to the automated driver. Ironically, these drivers are obligated to continuously monitor the driving task at all times and keep their attention on the roadway. This reduction in the driving task's demands and cognitive workload may encourage drivers to engage with non-driving related tasks …