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El Jouhri, A. (author), El Sharkawy, A. (author), Paksoy, H. (author), Youssif, O.K.S.A. (author), He, X. (author), Kim, S. (author), Happee, R. (author)
Introduction: SAE Level 3 is known as conditional driving automation. As long as certain conditions are met, there is no need to supervise the technology and the driver can engage in non-driving related tasks (NDRTs). However, a human driver must be present and alert to take over when the automation is facing its system limits. When such an...
journal article 2023
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Khanam, Tarbiya (author)
In conditionally automated driving, drivers should be free to engage in non-driving-related tasks until warned by the system to take over. Over-reliance on automation can lead to dangerous driving behaviour such as engagement in non-related driving tasks during the transition phase and delayed response to take over requests. Take-over time and...
master thesis 2021
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de Winter, J.C.F. (author), Stanton, Neville (author), Eisma, Y.B. (author)
The last decade has seen a surge of driving simulator research on automation-to-manual take-overs. In this commentary, we argue that most research within the take-over paradigm bears little resemblance to real automated driving. Furthermore, we claim that results within this paradigm could already be known based on published research from the...
journal article 2021
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Kim, S. (author), van Egmond, R. (author), Happee, R. (author)
In automated driving, the user interface plays an essential role in guiding transitions between automated and manual driving. This literature review identified 25 studies that explicitly studied the effectiveness of user interfaces in automated driving. Our main selection criterion was how the user interface (UI) affected take-over performance...
journal article 2021
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Mallon, Thomas (author)
In 1886, humanity started a great effort to move away from horseback and build a carriage over which they have full control. A century-and-a-half later, we have succeeded to the degree that we are looking for a way to relax in our automobiles. The MEDIATOR project tackles the transitional period between conventional automobiles and fully...
master thesis 2020
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Ebbers, Thijs (author)
Automated vehicles with conditional driving automation (SAE level 3 (SAE, 2018)) will request the human driver to intervene when reaching its system boundaries by issuing a take-over request (TOR). This study is investigating whether a speech-based auditory take-over request is influencing the time it takes from automated to manual driving,...
master thesis 2020
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Athanasiadis, Omiros (author)
The question of how well in terms of safety can a driver take over control of an automated vehicle in response to an emergency situation is of crucial importance. Most of the studies performed so far focus on the drivers’ reaction times and the mechanisms behind the transition. In this study, an effort is made to incorporate the braking times...
master thesis 2020
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Loosveld, Erik (author)
Due to recent advancements in automated driving systems, drivers are able to withdraw themselves from the control loop of the vehicle in certain driving situations. However, system limits occur relatively frequently, which results in the driver having to take back control. It is argued most currently used take-over quality quantification methods...
master thesis 2019
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Zhang, Bo (author), de Winter, J.C.F. (author), Varotto, S.F. (author), Happee, R. (author), Martens, Marieke (author)
An important question in automated driving research is how quickly drivers take over control of the vehicle in response to a critical event or a take-over request. Although a large number of studies have been performed, results vary strongly. In this study, we investigated mean take-over times from 129 studies with SAE level 2 automation or...
journal article 2019
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Hu, Jimmy (author)
Taking over control from an automated vehicle may take a substantial amount of time if the driver is not engaged in the driving task. Take-over requests containing directional information of hazardous surrounding cars could aid the driver in taking over the vehicle faster. However, whether the directional information should be presented...
master thesis 2018
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Petermeijer, S.M. (author), Cieler, S. (author), de Winter, J.C.F. (author)
Vibrotactile stimuli can be effective as warning signals, but their effectiveness as directional take-over requests in automated driving is yet unknown. This study aimed to investigate the correct response rate, reaction times, and eye and head orientation for static versus dynamic directional take-over requests presented via vibrating motors...
journal article 2017
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Happee, R. (author), Gold, Christian (author), Radlmayr, Jonas (author), Hergeth, Sebastian (author), Bengler, Klaus (author)
We investigated after effects of automation in take-over scenarios in a high-end moving-base driving simulator. Drivers performed evasive manoeuvres encountering a blocked lane in highway driving. We compared the performance of drivers 1) during manual driving, 2) after automated driving with eyes on the road while performing the cognitively...
journal article 2017
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Petermeijer, S. (author), Bazilinskyy, P. (author), Bengler, K. (author), de Winter, J.C.F. (author)
When a highly automated car reaches its operational limits, it needs to provide a take-over request (TOR) in order for the driver to resume control. The aim of this simulator-based study was to investigate the effects of TOR modality and left/right directionality on drivers' steering behaviour when facing a head-on collision without having...
journal article 2017
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