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Exploring the Usability of a Connected Autonomous Vehicle Human Machine Interface Designed for Older Adults [chapter]

Phillip L. Morgan, Alexandra Voinescu, Chris Alford, Praminda Caleb-Solly
2018 Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing  
We discuss these below and give examples that relate to the design of CAV in-vehicle HMIs for use by our target populations with a key focus on usability principles.  ...  A recent review by [2] (see also [1]) synthetized best practice design principles to inform the development of CAV in-vehicle HMIs for use by older adults and individuals with sensory and/or physical impairments  ...  We thank our collaborators at Designability (Jessica Ridgers, Keir Haines, Hazel Boyd) for designing the HMI and at TSC (Alan Nettleton, Alan Peters, and Roland Guichard) for programming the prototype  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-93885-1_54 fatcat:43yvdfdhqjeonn4mp7gqqkfqdu

Survey on virtual coaching for older adults

Nerea Lete, Andoni Beristain, Alejandro García-Alonso
2020 Health Informatics Journal  
Virtual coaching has emerged as a promising solution to extend independent living for older adults.  ...  This article presents a survey of different approaches in virtual coaching for older adults, from the less technically supported tools to the latest developments and future avenues for research.  ...  Olfactory sense stimulation can be used for warning interventions, for example, food burning, or lifelogging applications, 76 gustatory UIs to stimulate appetite in older adults. 77 Middleware interfaces  ... 
doi:10.1177/1460458220926894 pmid:32744137 fatcat:vhfeue267ngjpcq46h4mjq4yoy

The use of mHealth solutions in active and healthy ageing promotion: an explorative scoping review

Lina Marcussen, Jesse David Marinus
2021 Journal of Ideas in Health  
The review concludes that mHealth offers the opportunity to combat the issues faced by an unhealthy and dependent aging population by promoting AHA through focusing on older adults' Lifestyle, Daily functioning  ...  To do so, an explorative scoping review was applied to search online databases for recent studies (March 2015 - March 2020) addressing the promotion of mHealth solutions targeting healthy and independent  ...  of an issue than the usability of the solution.  ... 
doi:10.47108/jidhealth.vol4.iss1.92 fatcat:n4k4xydfenb5pbnlxem4yq4rxm

Research on Workplace Safety Sign Compliance: Validation of a Virtual Environment Prototype

Lara Reis, Emilia Duarte, Francisco Rebelo
2015 Procedia Manufacturing  
Recent studies have highlighted Virtual Environments (VEs) as feasible tools for conducting safety sign research.  ...  In conclusion, the VE prototype proved to be adequate for the study's purpose.  ...  Acknowledgements A Ph.D. scholarship (SFRH/BD/79622/2011) granted to Lara Reis, from FCT: Fundação para a Ciência e Tecnologia (the Portuguese Science Foundation), supported this study.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.promfg.2015.07.722 fatcat:cutd4d3l3ndrfinirzyqokp2yy

Exploring Challenges in Developing a Smart and Effective Assistive System for Improving the Experience of the Elderly Drivers

Sebin Jung, Hong-Ying Meng, Sheng-Feng Qin
2017 Chinese Journal of Mechanical Engineering  
The proposed solutions would ensure reducing both the elderly's driving problems and high fatal accident rates and provide a more enjoyable driving environment for the elderly population.  ...  design trend in the automotive technology for elderly.  ...  The meaning of usability and design trend in the automotive technology for elderly The meaning of the usability is normally defined as the ease of use and the degree which can be used by specified consumers  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10033-017-0165-6 fatcat:tg2hfk76urflxmflnk22e7ztwy

Intelligent Support Technologies for Older People: An Analysis of Characteristics and Roles [chapter]

H. Petrie, J. S. Darzentas, S. Carmien
2018 Breaking Down Barriers  
For almost two decades there have been many developments in using intelligent technologies to support older people, with many different terms proposed to describe these technologies including assistive  ...  It aims to provide a guide for researchers from the wide range of disciplines working on such technolgoies for supporting older people.  ...  that one of the main application areas for these has been for older people.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-75028-6_8 fatcat:uc4xd4p3yvgflmkms3vjqbp7m4

Ecology of product hazards in the older adult home: Hazard awareness and warning perception

T.A. Nichols, C.B. Mayhorn, W. Rogers, A.D. Fisk
2002 Gerontechnology  
The initial study examined if older adults encounter difficulty using real world telephone menu systems and to gather data on menu usability. Six real world telephone menu systems were examined.  ...  The data indicated that older adults had more difficulty using the menus and that older adults found the system less usable than younger adults.  ...  For the comments of virtual environments the patient replied the virtual system was not effective in training because of too simple pictures.  ... 
doi:10.4017/gt.2002.02.01.057.00 fatcat:d7or5qu32nbwxownjfv3t6a4ym

Characteristics, Usability, and Users Experience of a System Combining Cognitive and Physical Therapy in a Virtual Environment: Positive Bike

Elisa Pedroli, Luca Greci, Desirèe Colombo, Silvia Serino, Pietro Cipresso, Sara Arlati, Marta Mondellini, Lorenzo Boilini, Valentina Giussani, Karine Goulene, Monica Agostoni, Marco Sacco (+3 others)
2018 Sensors  
We present the architecture and usability evaluation of virtual reality system—"Positive Bike"—designed for improving cognitive and motor conditions in frail elderly patients.  ...  We tested the usability and user's experience of the prototype in a pilot evaluation study that involved five elderly patients.  ...  A recent study investigated the effects of the addition of a non-immersive virtual reality component to treadmill training aimed at reducing fall risk in older adults [42] ; in this case, VR was used  ... 
doi:10.3390/s18072343 pmid:30029502 pmcid:PMC6069444 fatcat:ujcucz34ifelpffg4o73bfdscq

Determining age-related touch screen usability: Changes in Fitts' Law as a result of control type

A.C. McLaughlin, J. Whittle, W. Rogers, A.D. Fisk
2002 Gerontechnology  
The initial study examined if older adults encounter difficulty using real world telephone menu systems and to gather data on menu usability. Six real world telephone menu systems were examined.  ...  The data indicated that older adults had more difficulty using the menus and that older adults found the system less usable than younger adults.  ...  For the comments of virtual environments the patient replied the virtual system was not effective in training because of too simple pictures.  ... 
doi:10.4017/gt.2002.02.01.051.00 fatcat:r27lkvd24jbifpzl4geumszknu

Virtual support groups for elderly community-based caregivers and videotaped life histories for memory stimulation

E. Marziali
2002 Gerontechnology  
The initial study examined if older adults encounter difficulty using real world telephone menu systems and to gather data on menu usability. Six real world telephone menu systems were examined.  ...  The data indicated that older adults had more difficulty using the menus and that older adults found the system less usable than younger adults.  ...  For the comments of virtual environments the patient replied the virtual system was not effective in training because of too simple pictures.  ... 
doi:10.4017/gt.2002.02.01.087.00 fatcat:kvqj6pm5pzbdtiwobvxfunture

Exercise system for the elderly using virtual reality

M. Nambu, T. Suenaga, K. Nakajima, T. Tamura
2002 Gerontechnology  
The initial study examined if older adults encounter difficulty using real world telephone menu systems and to gather data on menu usability. Six real world telephone menu systems were examined.  ...  The data indicated that older adults had more difficulty using the menus and that older adults found the system less usable than younger adults.  ...  For the comments of virtual environments the patient replied the virtual system was not effective in training because of too simple pictures.  ... 
doi:10.4017/gt.2002.02.01.021.00 fatcat:ndd6cc3idnc7fjrcrdrkqndp2m

VISTA: Virtual Interface for a Set-Top box Agent

A. Carmichael
2002 Gerontechnology  
The initial study examined if older adults encounter difficulty using real world telephone menu systems and to gather data on menu usability. Six real world telephone menu systems were examined.  ...  The data indicated that older adults had more difficulty using the menus and that older adults found the system less usable than younger adults.  ...  For the comments of virtual environments the patient replied the virtual system was not effective in training because of too simple pictures.  ... 
doi:10.4017/gt.2002.02.01.083.00 fatcat:qlfwx3k2qnbljcwy6ya27kf5sy

The impact of context on gerontechnology: The case of 'virtual nursing homes'

R. Pieper
2002 Gerontechnology  
The initial study examined if older adults encounter difficulty using real world telephone menu systems and to gather data on menu usability. Six real world telephone menu systems were examined.  ...  The data indicated that older adults had more difficulty using the menus and that older adults found the system less usable than younger adults.  ...  For the comments of virtual environments the patient replied the virtual system was not effective in training because of too simple pictures.  ... 
doi:10.4017/gt.2002.02.01.145.00 fatcat:ltrrsdixpndylp7zystfxjgiji

Assistive technology and Independence in an older population

R.A. Mayolo, J. Grimm
2002 Gerontechnology  
The initial study examined if older adults encounter difficulty using real world telephone menu systems and to gather data on menu usability. Six real world telephone menu systems were examined.  ...  The data indicated that older adults had more difficulty using the menus and that older adults found the system less usable than younger adults.  ...  For the comments of virtual environments the patient replied the virtual system was not effective in training because of too simple pictures.  ... 
doi:10.4017/gt.2002.02.01.031.00 fatcat:j26vujxmuvhujlhy6pc33yg53e

Intelligent supportive home environments for older adults with dementia: Current and future research

A. Mihailidis
2002 Gerontechnology  
The initial study examined if older adults encounter difficulty using real world telephone menu systems and to gather data on menu usability. Six real world telephone menu systems were examined.  ...  The data indicated that older adults had more difficulty using the menus and that older adults found the system less usable than younger adults.  ...  For the comments of virtual environments the patient replied the virtual system was not effective in training because of too simple pictures.  ... 
doi:10.4017/gt.2002.02.01.102.00 fatcat:ns5ekr6awve7fl5caclyotb7pi
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