Filters








18,490 Hits in 6.7 sec

Networking and Engagement activities plan – Final

Hatun Atasayar, Martin Dirnwöber, David Quesada, Stamatis Manganiaris, Nikoletta Karitsioti, Jakob Reckenzaun, David Porcuna, Yannick Wimmer
2020 Zenodo  
In this revised, expanded version of this document a detailed description of the networking and engagement activities is provided for the whole duration of the project as well as the adaptations on the  ...  due in month 9 of the INFRAMIX project.  ...  Automated driving (ISAD)  New methods for managing traffic in the infrastructures.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3778976 fatcat:2k4smqkxwvhylf3fq5a4xm5z2y

Associating Vehicles Automation With Drivers Functional State Assessment Systems: A Challenge for Road Safety in the Future

Christian Collet, Oren Musicant
2019 Frontiers in Human Neuroscience  
or assessing driver's ability to monitor the vehicle performing operational tasks in higher levels of automation.  ...  Mapping of relevant psychophysiological and behavioral indicators for DFS will enable practitioners and researchers provide reliable estimates, fitted to the level of automation.  ...  In this context, we have the potential to assess the cost of taking-over from a highly automated vehicle (SAE level 3 and 4), the time needed for this and the quality of taking the vehicle back in hands  ... 
doi:10.3389/fnhum.2019.00131 pmid:31114489 pmcid:PMC6503868 fatcat:hfbfwpufpfddhopnlgvtg4vaxy

Insights on Smart Home Concept and Occupants' Interaction with Building Controls

Valentina Fabi, Giorgia Spigliantini, Stefano Paolo Corgnati
2017 Energy Procedia  
The increasing attention for energy efficiency in buildings stimulates the expansion of "Smart buildings".  ...  In offices and homes, building automation systems are suited to individuals, foresighting their needs.  ...  Moreover, the communication network is crucial in order to collect data from all the components of Smart Home and elaborate them to individuate appropriate strategies to increase energy savings.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.egypro.2017.03.238 fatcat:g3tkzkm53nhyzpfu7tzjsw45vm

How to keep drivers engaged while supervising driving automation? A literature survey and categorisation of six solution areas

Christopher D. D. Cabrall, Alexander Eriksson, Felix Dreger, Riender Happee, Joost de Winter
2019 Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science  
This work aimed to organise recommendations for keeping people engaged during human supervision of driving automation, encouraging a safe and acceptable introduction of automated driving systems.  ...  Second, a cross-domain literature survey of influential human-automation interaction research was conducted for how to keep engagement/attention in supervisory control.  ...  Beggiato et al. (2015) concluded that in contrast to manual driving where needs are more oriented around driving-task related information, for partially and highly automated driving requested information  ... 
doi:10.1080/1463922x.2018.1528484 fatcat:de2f6jyqpfh7xmxmbwjt6yhljy

Are Self-Driving Vehicles Ready to Launch? An Insight into Steering Control in Autonomous Self-Driving Vehicles

Marya Rasib, Muhammad Atif Butt, Shehzad Khalid, Samia Abid, Faisal Raiz, Sohail Jabbar, Kijun Han, Mehmet Cunkas
2021 Mathematical Problems in Engineering  
To the best of our knowledge, currently, there is no taxonomy available, which elaborates steering control methods for self-driving vehicles.  ...  In this regard, we present a comprehensive study considering the evolution of steering control methods for self-driving vehicles.  ...  [45] proposed a fuzzy-MPC-based combined controller design for automated steering control in self-driving vehicles.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2021/6639169 fatcat:btneip645ra4denpv2trdddnui

Assessing IT Architecture Evolution using Enriched Enterprise Architecture Models [article]

Christophe Ponsard
2022 arXiv   pre-print
In this paper, we explore how such models can be exploited to best drive this co-evolution by helping in validating different change management strategies.  ...  qualities (e.g. performance, scalability, security, technical debt) in order to include them in the assessment process already at the Enterprise Architecture level rather than discovering them later in  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT Thanks to Alain De Preter for giving early access to the LabNaf Enterprise Architecture tooling, helping in deployment and feedback on this work.  ... 
arXiv:2204.06226v1 fatcat:erequ6edcvcpnp46r5thunnywe

How to Deal with the Complexity of Future Cyber-Physical Systems?

Martin Törngren, Paul Grogan
2018 Designs  
We describe causes and effects of complexity, both in general and specific to CPS, consider the evolution of complexity, and identify limitations of current methodologies and organizations for dealing  ...  , and (iii) research into organizational approaches and processes to adopt new methodologies and permit efficient collaboration within and across large teams of humans supported by increasingly automated  ...  As an example of a related challenge in automated driving, leading companies have abandoned the so-called "level 3" of automated driving, moving directly to "level 4" where the automation system is also  ... 
doi:10.3390/designs2040040 fatcat:ptju7kltmbdfnmekyqas25ongy

13. Open Assessment Resources for Deeper Learning [chapter]

David Gibson, Dirk Ifenthaler, Davor Orlic
2016 Open Education: International Perspectives in Higher Education  
JSTOR is a not-for-profit service that helps scholars, researchers, and students discover, use, and build upon a wide range of content in a trusted digital archive.  ...  For more information about JSTOR, please contact support@jstor.org.  ...  be elaborated in this section.  ... 
doi:10.11647/obp.0103.13 fatcat:5abxvrapnzbdvbvez3v3ch4cna

From HMI to HMIs: Towards an HMI Framework for Automated Driving

Bengler, Rettenmaier, Fritz, Feierle
2020 Information  
With the help of the HMI framework, we identify research gaps in the field of HMI for automated driving to be explored in the future.  ...  During automated driving, there is a need for interaction between the automated vehicle (AV) and the passengers inside the vehicle and between the AV and the surrounding road users outside of the car.  ...  We advocate for consistent terminology of these HMI types that are elaborated in the following sections.  ... 
doi:10.3390/info11020061 fatcat:6dmntfgjmfgh7gjdhvqfyeed3y

Effects of Level 3 Automated Vehicle Drivers' Fatigue on Their Take-Over Behaviour: A Literature Review

Hanying Guo, Yuhao Zhang, Shanshan Cai, Xin Chen
2021 Journal of Advanced Transportation  
With advancements in automated driving technology, Level 3 vehicle automation has been proliferating.  ...  Although existing research in the field of manual driving has demonstrated the effects of fatigue on driver performance, there have been relatively few studies on fatigue in the field of automated driving  ...  For instance, continuous threat feedback based on hearing can be integrated to greatly improve the safety of automated driving takeover. Time Budgeted for TOR.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2021/8632685 doaj:6bc82672315045babd5a5a51d16dc80a fatcat:irbgofxjdnhtzkoopa535txpzi

Drivers' Reliance on Lane-Keeping Assistance Systems as a Function of the Level of Assistance

Anke Popken, Josef Krems, Lena Nilsson
2015 Zeitschrift für Arbeitswissenschaft  
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This driving simulator study was conducted in the framework of the European Network of Excellence HUMANIST (HUMAN centred design for Information Society Technologies) and was supported  ...  by a 3-years PhD grant and by a grant for infrastructure-sharing between network partners from the European Commission.  ...  Thus, the reduced necessity for manual control or intervention in highly reliable and highly automated systems can be assumed to foster operators' reliance on automation.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf03373945 fatcat:seskzsk6qncjbao2gnnrjvfc34

Everyday automation experience: a research agenda

Peter Fröhlich, Matthias Baldauf, Thomas Meneweger, Manfred Tscheligi, Boris de Ruyter, Fabio Paternó
2020 Personal and Ubiquitous Computing  
In the following sections, we elaborate on promising research directions for improving interaction with, intelligibility of, and trust in ubiquitous automated systems.  ...  The prime example for this is the control handover in automated driving, where the situation must be quickly grasped.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00779-020-01450-y fatcat:jm5laliqmnfvlol6f7ceroc64u

Away from Trolley Problems and Toward Risk Management

Noah J. Goodall
2016 Applied Artificial Intelligence  
While this is a stark and straightforward example of ethical decision making for an automated vehicle, it risks marginalizing the entire field if it is to become the only ethical problem in the public's  ...  Much of this coverage has focused on a philosophical thought experiment known as the "trolley problem," and substituting an automated vehicle for the trolley and the car's software for the bystander.  ...  Suppose an ethical strategy calls for an automated vehicle to maximize global safety at all times.  ... 
doi:10.1080/08839514.2016.1229922 fatcat:zbxi3ieuvbhjrfvsg5dpaym6ti

Critical Success Factors of Continuous Practices in a DevOps Context

Michiel van Belzen, Jos J. M. Trienekens, Rob J. Kusters
2019 Information Systems Development  
Conclusions: We took a first step to validate our framework and retrieved valuable information, which is promising to take the next steps for further development of the framework.  ...  We started to validate the critical success factors in this framework in a DevOps context by conducting a first pilot interview.  ...  Other important aspects are fast feedback loops, work in small batches and automation support to ensure quick and reliable releases to customers [12, 14, 35] .  ... 
dblp:conf/isdevel/BelzenTK19 fatcat:xdcbskjruzeitkailqio7gfrne

Ethical Issues in the New Digital Era: The Case of Assisting Driving [chapter]

Joan Cahill, Katie Crowley, Sam Cromie, Alison Kay, Michael Gormley, Eamonn Kenny, Sonja Hermman, Ciaran Doyle, Ann Hever, Robert Ross
2020 Ethics, Laws, and Policies for Privacy, Security, and Liability [Working Title]  
Research also indicates that adaptive strategies are essential to maintaining the normal parameters of driving safety in the face of illness and disability [7] .  ...  It is argued that human benefit, well-being and respect for human identity and rights are important goals for new automated driving technologies.  ...  Some issues pertain to the specific level of driving automation (i.e. manual, partially automated/function specific, highly automated, fully automated), while others present to all.  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.88371 fatcat:amk4gjvnora3vafwhubfhizckm
« Previous Showing results 1 — 15 out of 18,490 results