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Vermin, Berry (author)
The increase in online retail demand has stimulated automation in order picking systems, leading to new challenges and opportunities in task assignment and scheduling. In partially automated order picking systems, such challenges and opportunities exist regarding human factors implementation in the job-shop scheduling problem, an optimisation...
master thesis 2023
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Burggraaf, J.M. (author)
Accidents at work come at a major cost including fatalities, disability and economic burden. The ideas around accident causation have changed over time from describing accidents as ‘acts of gods’ and as the fault of individual employees, to accidents being the result of an interaction between organizational, technical and human factors. Included...
doctoral thesis 2023
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Tinga, Angelica M. (author), van Zeumeren, I.M. (author), Christoph, Michiel (author), van Grondelle, E.D. (author), Cleij, Diane (author), Aldea, Anna (author), van Nes, C.N. (author)
With increasing implementation of automated driving technology it is expected that different automation modes will be present within the same vehicle and within a single trip. At all times during automated driving the driver needs to have ‘mode awareness’, which is an understanding of the automation mode and the corresponding responsibilities...
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Kelly, Sage (author), Kaye, Sherrie Anne (author), Oviedo-Trespalacios, O. (author)
Artificial Intelligence (AI) agents are predicted to infiltrate most industries within the next decade, creating a personal, industrial, and social shift towards the new technology. As a result, there has been a surge of interest and research towards user acceptance of AI technology in recent years. However, the existing research appears...
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Quy Nguyen-Phuoc, Duy (author), Ngoc Thi Nguyen, Ly (author), Ngoc Su, Diep (author), Nguyen Hoang Minh, M. (author), Oviedo-Trespalacios, O. (author)
Food delivery riders are overrepresented in road crashes. Arguably, the increased risk experienced by food delivery riders is linked to the working conditions offered by the “gig economy”. Research is needed to fully understand the safety-related issues this vulnerable group of road users face daily and identify opportunities for counter...
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Oskina, M.I. (author), Farah, H. (author), Morsink, Peter (author), Happee, R. (author), van Arem, B. (author)
The operation of automated vehicles (AVs) on shared roads requires attention concerning their interactions with vulnerable road users (VRUs), such as cyclists. This study investigates the safety of cyclists when they interact with an AV and compares it with their interaction with a conventional vehicle. Overall, 29 cyclists participated in a...
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Truelove, Verity (author), Watson-Brown, Natalie (author), Oviedo-Trespalacios, O. (author)
Objectives: Various legal countermeasures have been introduced in numerous jurisdictions worldwide to reduce the risky behaviour of phone use while driving. However, external factors do not influence behaviour alone; internal factors may also play a large role in influencing behaviour. Therefore, the aim of this study was to examine the impact...
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Nordhoff, S. (author), Lee, John D. (author), Calvert, S.C. (author), Berge, S.H. (author), Hagenzieker, M.P. (author), Happee, R. (author)
Tesla's Full Self-Driving Beta (FSD) program introduces technology that extends the operational design domain of standard Autopilot from highways to urban roads. This research conducted 103 in-depth semi-structured interviews with users of Tesla's FSD Beta and standard Autopilot to evaluate the impact on user behavior and perception. It was...
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Thirani, Kushal (author), Abbink, D.A. (author), Peternel, L. (author)
This paper studies non-physical feedback mechanisms to guide human workers toward ergonomic body postures. Specifically, the focus is to solve the tasks that involve no direct physical interaction between the human and the robotic system, therefore tactile guidance by the robot body is not feasible. We propose a multi-modal ergonomic posture...
conference paper 2023
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Truelove, Verity (author), Stefanidis, Kayla (author), Mills, Laura (author), Oviedo-Trespalacios, O. (author)
Avoiding being caught and punished has consistently been demonstrated to be a key predictor of continued engagement in risky and illegal phone use while driving. This is a large concern, as the presence of applications such as Google Maps, Apple Maps, Waze, and social media pages/groups that share the location of enforcement activities related...
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Cuentas-Hernandez, Sandra (author), Li, Xiaomeng (author), King, Mark J. (author), Oviedo-Trespalacios, O. (author)
Introduction: Driver distraction has been recognized for a long time as a significant road safety issue. It has been consistently reported that drivers spend considerable time engaged in activities that are secondary to the driving task. The temporary diversion of attention from safety-critical driving tasks has often been associated with...
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Kaur, M. (author), Sri Ramulu, Harshini (author), Acar, Yasemin (author), Fiebig, T. (author)
In the system and network administration domain, gender diversity remains a distant target. The experiences and perspectives of sysadmins who belong to marginalized genders (non cis-men) are not well understood beyond the fact that sysadmin work environments are generally not equitable. We address this knowledge gap in our study by focusing on...
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Li, Xiaomeng (author), Oviedo-Trespalacios, O. (author), Afghari, A.P. (author), Kaye, Sherrie Anne (author), Yan, Xuedong (author)
Automated vehicles have started to be integrated into the road transportation system and operate in a mixed traffic environment. To ensure a smooth and successful integration, it is vital to have a good understanding of the human factor challenges involved in the process, especially the issues related to other road users who will share roads...
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Vo, Tung (author), Barbour, N.M. (author), Palaio, Lori (author), Maness, Michael (author)
Bikesharing is a popular transportation mode for people to commute, for leisurely travel, or for recreation purposes in their daily tasks. Throughout 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic had significant impacts on bikeshare usage in the United States. Previous studies show that the pandemic negatively affected bikeshare activity patterns. To examine the...
book chapter 2023
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Bouman, Nikki (author)
Collaboration in teams composed of both humans and automations has an interdependent nature, which demands calibrated trust among all the teammembers. For building suitable autonomous teammates, we need to study how trust and trustworthiness function in such teams. In particular, automations occasionally fail to do their job, which leads to a...
master thesis 2022
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Al-Qubatee, Wahib (author), Al Hasan, F. (author), Ritzema, Henk (author), Nasher, Ghunaim (author), Hellegers, Petra (author)
Groundwater depletion is a problem in many parts the world. We developed an approach to investigate the drivers of groundwater depletion in data-scarce regions. The approach combines natural and human-induced drivers, with the latter focusing on the link between human activities and government policies. We tested the approach in Wadi Zabid,...
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Keusters, A.C.A.M. (author), Bakker, H.L.M. (author), Houwing, E.J. (author)
Purpose: Civil engineering projects around the world have been underperforming for a long time. While the complexity of these projects will continue to increase, there is an urgent need to perform better. Although the integrated design process is critical for project success, the literature lacks studies describing the link to project...
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Hamdar, Samer Hani (author), Talebpour, Alireza (author), D’sa, Kyla (author), Knoop, V.L. (author), Daamen, W. (author), Treiber, Martin (author)
Pedestrians are among the travelers most vulnerable to collisions that are associated with high fatality and injury rates. The increasing rate of urbanization and mixed land-use construction make walking (along with other non-motorized travel) a predominant transportation mode with a wide variety of behaviors expected. Because of the inherent...
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Maggi, Davide (author), Romano, Richard (author), Carsten, Oliver (author), de Winter, J.C.F. (author)
During the last 20 years, technological advancement and economic interests have motivated research on automated driving and its impact on drivers’ behaviour, especially after transitions of control. Indeed, once the Automated Driving System (ADS) reaches its operational limits, it is forced to request human intervention. However, the fast...
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Burggraaf, J.M. (author), Groeneweg, J. (author), Sillem, S. (author), van Gelder, P.H.A.J.M. (author)
When a train passes a red aspect, this is called a Signal Passed at Danger event or SPAD. Sometimes it is easy to identify the SPAD cause but in other cases it is unclear why the incident occurred, especially if the system operated as usual and the train driver was trained and experienced just like his or her colleagues. In previous research,...
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