Lessons learned “Human factors”
Lessons learned can significantly help future R&I initiatives by providing key information on the results achieved. The table below includes the lessons learned, collected so far, which are related to “Human Factors”:
|Type of lesson learned||Topic||Project name||Deliverable||Brief summary of lesson learned|
|Technical||Building Human Machine Interaction/Interface (HMI) Applications for Connected Vehicles||AutoNet2030||D1.3 Public Final Report (Chapter 7.1)||Challenges with the use of Head-up display. The results gave positive feedback on the applicability of an Android device for HMI purposes.|
|Technical||Human vehicle integration||AdaptIVe||D1.0 Final project results (Chapter 12.1)||The lessons learned related to Human vehicle integration are further elaborated upon and listed in Chapter 12.1 of AdaptIVe’s D1.0 Final Project results report.|
|Technical||Human Machine Interaction/Interface (HMI)||InterCor||InterCor Final Reports||Human Machine Interface (HMI) design and position mounting influences user acceptance – better integration into vehicle is desirable (e.g. via Android Auto, Apple Car Play) to reduce driver distraction improve observation of warnings (e.g. option for audible warning useful).|
Using a road with little or no existing ITS services to avoid direct comparisons with existing ITS services would make ‘HMI reaction’ easier to measure.
Summarising the table above, one could state that it is important, while designing the HMI to take into account the mounting position of the HMI device and the interrelation with a Head-up Display (HUD), if existing in the vehicle, to reduce driver distraction. In addition, to highlight the benefits of HMI, it is suggested to use as a baseline a road with little or no ITS services.
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