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Automated Vehicles and Automated Driving from a Demand Modeling Perspective [chapter]

Rita Cyganski
2016 Autonomous Driving  
The vehicle only takes over the task of parking and driving to pick its occupants up autonomously within a defined radius upon user request.  ...  A logical extension of fully automated vehicles, but with no option of taking over the driving function, it would allow for independent personal mobility even for those without a driver's license or their  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-662-48847-8_12 fatcat:2b7nopdyvbckxacrs24wf3elyy

Taking a Drive, Hitching a Ride: Autonomous Driving and Car Usage [chapter]

Eva Fraedrich, Barbara Lenz
2016 Autonomous Driving  
The freedom-free from timetables, for example-to drive off at any moment can be a rational basis for taking the car.  ...  They point out that liberation from the driving task fits in with cars' evolutionary development over recent decades.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-662-48847-8_31 fatcat:ufcxsqybgrfwvpq66jfliibg6i

Autonomous Driving—Political, Legal, Social, and Sustainability Dimensions [chapter]

Miranda A. Schreurs, Sibyl D. Steuwer
2016 Autonomous Driving  
The nomenclature distinguishes "driver only" and "assisted" systems from systems with "partial automation" (the system takes over lateral and longitudinal control in certain situations), "high automation  ...  By definition, in highly automated vehicles, a driver would always be expected to be present and able to take over control and monitor traffic as expected by current legislation.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-662-48847-8_8 fatcat:4fxi6kcv5rarvcglxaatfxz5ui

Autonomous Driving - Political, Legal, Social, and Sustainability Dimensions [chapter]

Miranda A. Schreurs, Sibyl D. Steuwer
2015 Autonomes Fahren  
The nomenclature distinguishes "driver only" and "assisted" systems from systems with "partial automation" (the system takes over lateral and longitudinal control in certain situations), "high automation  ...  By definition, in highly automated vehicles, a driver would always be expected to be present and able to take over control and monitor traffic as expected by current legislation.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-662-45854-9_8 fatcat:e4m53cluibatlmnpojbhblgytu

Automated Driving in Its Social, Historical and Cultural Contexts [chapter]

Fabian Kröger
2016 Autonomous Driving  
The car has become fully automated (see Chap. 2), the authorities have special rights to take over the controls. The fugitive is as good as caught.  ...  Automated Driving in Its Social, Historical and Cultural Contexts Automated Driving in Its Social, Historical and Cultural Contexts 45 Automated Driving in Its Social, Historical and Cultural  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-662-48847-8_3 fatcat:dfd6gmsf5ffg3frwtlrwpto76m

Beyond the Halo: Investigation of Trust and Functional Specificity in Automated Driving with Conversational Agents

Anton Torggler, Justin Edwards, Philipp Wintersberger
2022 14th International Conference on Automotive User Interfaces and Interactive Vehicular Applications  
Figure 1: We investigated how good participants are able to calibrate their trust in different in-vehicle sub-systems, where conversational agents represented either the entire car (left) or individual  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We thank our participants for their voluntary participation in this experiment and the members of the TU Wien "artifact-based computing and user research" group for their support in defining  ...  INTRODUCTION Automated vehicles (AVs) may free the drivers from the dynamic driving task, allowing them to use travel time for other, non-driving related tasks (NDRTs).  ... 
doi:10.1145/3543174.3546834 fatcat:mfjqdne3qrh27i247h2bvq2ssm

Acceptable Automobility through Automated Driving. Insights into the Requirements for Different Mobility Configurations and an Evaluation of Suitable Use Cases

Kerstin Stark, Anton Galich
2020 Sustainability  
We conclude that automated mobility use cases should meet the requirements of different mobility configurations to promote the transformation from private to shared automobility and, eventually, less automobility  ...  It is hoped that Automated Driving (AD) will make alternatives to the private car more attractive and facilitate the transition to sustainable transport.  ...  Acknowledgments: The authors thank their colleague Heike Marquart for her review, as well as the guest editors and the reviewers for their inspiring comments on this piece.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su12219253 fatcat:jupl5mdl2zalte5v2v22eog4ji

General considerations [chapter]

B T Fijalkowski
2019 The Integrated Electro-Mechanical Drive: A mechatronic approach  
FI-STM study of metal surfaces T Sakurai and T Hashizume Scalable spray deposition process for highly uniform and reproducible CNT-TFTs F Loghin, S Colasanti, A Weise et al.  ...  You may also be interested in: Multi-manoeuvrable UHV crystal holder (for X-ray spectrometer) S Ottosson Spray-coated carbon nanotube thin-film transistors with striped transport channels Minho Jeong,  ...  Of course, users can read all this in the detailed technical documentation, but it is much easier to ask for a technical advisor, which is very useful in this situation.  ... 
doi:10.1088/2053-2563/aae7d7ch1 fatcat:axjyqqdgr5ffzl6ro3voz2qtxm

Automated driving and autonomous functions on road vehicles

T.J. Gordon, M. Lidberg
2015 Vehicle System Dynamics  
It is common to frame the new technologies under the banner of "self-driving cars" -robotic systems potentially taking over the entire role of the human driver, a capability that does not fully exist at  ...  A number of relevant themes around driving automation are explored in this article, with special focus on those most relevant to the underlying vehicle system dynamics.  ...  For High Automation the capability is assumed for the automated systems to transition to a minimal risk condition in all situations, so the driver is no longer involved in tactical driving for modes that  ... 
doi:10.1080/00423114.2015.1037774 fatcat:uz4ggbtc4jhirk6wo2ncg7iova

Overconfidence and the adoption of robo-advice: why overconfident investors drive the expansion of automated financial advice

Dominik M. Piehlmaier
2022 Financial Innovation  
In addition, the results outline a managerial tool to take demand-side actions to increase the likelihood of an end-user innovation crossing the chasm.  ...  Willingness to take financial risk cannot account for the significantly increased adoption of robo-advice among overconfident investors.  ...  The effect is highly significant, even after controlling for an investor's willingness to take financial risk.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40854-021-00324-3 fatcat:sh56v5hadjhe3nflxhecj7xkru


Mathias Mitteregger, Emilia M. Bruck, Aggelos Soteropoulos, Andrea Stickler, Martin Berger, Jens S. Dangschat, Rudolf Scheuvens, Ian Banerjee
2021 AVENUE21. Connected and Automated Driving: Prospects for Urban Europe  
use the term "connected and automated vehicles": "Even though automated vehicles do not necessarily need to be connected and connected vehicles do not require automation, it is expected that in the medium  ...  term connectivity will be a major enabler for automated vehicles" (European Commission 2018: 4).  ...  Moreover, users should have the option to be seamlessly mobile from departure to arrival depending on their situation (Boban et. al 2017: 2).  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-662-64140-8_4 fatcat:u7sr2cwxefgqpox7dcojnoluly

Shadowcasting tourism knowledge through media: Self-driving sex cars?

Scott Cohen, Jason Stienmetz, Paul Hanna, Michael Humbracht, Debbie Hopkins
2020 Annals of Tourism Research  
We illustrate shadowcasting through a mixed method approach that demonstrates how media reporting and public comments on a recent paper on autonomous vehicles in tourism emerged and diverged from the original  ...  Tourism is central to late-modern life, and tourism research that threatens this centrality is prone to media attention.  ...  (The Sun) Self driving cars could become 'mobile brothels' that drive to the houses of clients, replacing traditional 'hotels-by-the-hour'.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.annals.2020.103061 pmid:33106714 pmcid:PMC7577868 fatcat:dn4dy5voe5djlaynkkjfhhkrvi

Changing oil: self-driving vehicles and the Norwegian state

Bård Torvetjønn Haugland
2020 Humanities and Social Sciences Communications  
In sum, self-driving vehicles are mobilized both as a desirable transport innovation and as part of a national narrative: through innovation relating to such vehicles, Norway might be able to phase out  ...  The article analyses interviews and document to explore the politics of self-driving vehicles in Norway.  ...  team for organizing the workshop that led to the writing of this article.  ... 
doi:10.1057/s41599-020-00667-9 fatcat:gtevutbfo5arzkdl5xirqakm2y

Pedestrian Models for Autonomous Driving Part II: high level models of human behaviour [article]

Fanta Camara, Nicola Bellotto, Serhan Cosar, Florian Weber, Dimitris Nathanael, Matthias Althoff, Jingyuan Wu, Johannes Ruenz, André Dietrich, Gustav Markkula, Anna Schieben, Fabio Tango, Natasha Merat (+1 others)
2020 arXiv   pre-print
level image detection to high-level psychological models, from the perspective of an AV designer.  ...  At these levels, early work has been done on descriptive and qualitative models of behaviour, but much work is still needed to translate them into quantitative algorithms for practical AV control.  ...  , and predictions of pedestrians' likely destinations from reading the street scene.  ... 
arXiv:2003.11959v1 fatcat:acjjwohahvdlxgy56j45fjtkdq

The effects of driving with different levels of unreliable automation on self-reported workload and secondary task performance

J.C.F. De Winter, N.A. Stanton, J.S. Price, H. Mistry
2016 International Journal of Vehicle Design  
Furthermore, it may be frustrating for people to not be able to take over control.  ...  the automation will deactivate and you will be required to take a suitable approach to the situation" (Experiment 2).  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijvd.2016.076736 fatcat:dp775mwjkve5vovdy4wnwuerau
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