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Andrii Matviienko, Swamy Ananthanarayan, Abdallah El Ali, Wilko Heuten, Susanne Boll
2019 Proceedings of the 2019 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - CHI '19  
However, light and vibrotactile cues might be useful for educating younger child cyclists.  ...  To address this issue, we designed different unimodal cues and explored their suitability for child cyclists through two experiments.  ...  Coupled with previous work, which can detect cyclists' head movement [14] and hand gesture [9] , we can remind children to perform the safety manoeuvres with vibration on the handlebar or on the wrist  ... 
doi:10.1145/3290605.3300850 dblp:conf/chi/MatviienkoAAHB19 fatcat:t3kgxpwqdfdoblkb7i2xvw3h34

On Social Interactions and the Emergence of Autonomous Vehicles

Carolina Centeio Jorge, Rosaldo J. F. Rossetti
2018 Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Vehicle Technology and Intelligent Transport Systems  
For instance, pedestrians seek for an eye contact before crossing the road, drivers seek for a gesture before starting a manoeuvre, and so forth.  ...  Although technology can be replacing people at the driver seat, it has not as yet gained our full trust in what concerns communication in real time and safety.  ...  Pedestrian Behaviour at Marked Crossings In its safety reminders for pedestrians the U.S.  ... 
doi:10.5220/0006763004230430 dblp:conf/vehits/JorgeR18 fatcat:gwklwocf6rbktnxcl2pj63ynsa

BikeAR: Understanding Cyclists' Crossing Decision-Making at Uncontrolled Intersections using Augmented Reality

Andrii Matviienko, Florian Müller, Dominik Schön, Paul Seesemann, Sebastian Günther, Max Mühlhäuser
2022 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems  
Figure 1: Overview of two visualization concepts to support cyclists' crossing decision-making at visually occluded urban environments: X-ray highlights occluded cars (left) and Countdown displays time  ...  Head-up displays have also been shown helpful in experiments with child cyclists for trajectory adjustment [31] and reminding about safety gestures [33] .  ...  [49] augmented a helmet with a bone conductive speaker to warn cyclists about approaching, out-of-view vehicles.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3491102.3517560 fatcat:jgyywvln65f3bf4ufhpsvujoiy

Contested Spaces, Shared Concerns

Sarah Stutts, Kenneth Saintonge, Nicholas Jordan, Christina Wasson
2020 Journal of Business Anthropology  
We conducted research on how cyclists, solid waste truck drivers, and crossing guards experience the driving behaviors of other road users, to inform the development of autonomous vehicles.  ...  Cyclists displayed a strong sense of not being understood by other road users, and they linked this to fears for their safety.  ...  All of the cyclists we interviewed expressed concerns about the attitude of some car drivers toward cyclists.  ... 
doi:10.22439/jba.v9i2.6118 fatcat:qq2wpek44razrfyvoq67i266pe

Detroit Bike City and the Reconstitution of Community

D. R. Koukal
2020 Open Philosophy  
See National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. 43 The reference is again to Heidegger's care structure.  ...  See Merleau-Ponty, Structure, 50. 28 Maskit, "Urban Mobility," 54. 29 See Maskit's remarks on autonomy, reliability, and safety in "Lifeworld," 235, 238.  ... 
doi:10.1515/opphil-2020-0129 fatcat:ckavgtvtwbcsrcffhccb2qwyve

Advanced Driver Assistant Systems Focused on Pedestrians' Safety: A User Experience Approach

Matúš Šucha, Ralf Risser, Kristýna Honzíčková
2021 Sustainability  
The questionnaire for drivers was answered by a total of 70 respondents, while a total of 60 pedestrians agreed to complete questionnaires concerning pedestrian safety.  ...  Less attention was given to the question of what kind of ADAS pedestrians and cyclists consider relevant and helpful in terms of safety and comfort when walking or cycling.  ...  Almost all the drivers who were interviewed already knew about ADAS systems, and a large part of them also knew about systems that specifically aim at the safety of pedestrians.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su13084264 fatcat:viagnx5s5rh27e2u6dgzkhmqby

Driving and Patients With Dementia

R. C. Hamdy, A. Kinser, T. Kendall-Wilson, A. Depelteau, K. Whalen, J. Culp
2018 Gerontology and Geriatric Medicine  
These visual signals reminded Louis of driving.  ...  Rather than announce his intention of going for a drive, Peter could have gestured or just murmured to his Dad that he was going for a drive.  ... 
doi:10.1177/2333721418777085 pmid:29900187 pmcid:PMC5985540 fatcat:oskuwgtdfrf43isjan3gxif4bu

Co-driving: Passenger actions and distractions

Samuel G. Charlton, Nicola J. Starkey
2020 Accident Analysis and Prevention  
Approximately one third of car trips involve one or more passengers and yet we know little about how the presence of a passenger helps or hinders safety and efficiency.  ...  The most helpful remarks were about police cars, animals or items in the road, and cyclists or pedestrians.  ...  , and safety.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.aap.2020.105624 pmid:32563731 fatcat:fc37jgfgxvdxvc6wyabhrprzly


1962 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
Child Psychiatric Servces 252.  ...  Resolved: That this Meeting welcomes the Government's action in preventing learner motor-cyclists from riding motorcycles of over 250 c.c. capacity, but urges that in the interest of road safety this law  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmj.1.5289.s227 fatcat:4xdnussndjbvzodwaiz65cr2mi

Achieving Ethical Algorithmic Behaviour in the Internet of Things: A Review

Seng W. Loke
2021 IoT  
Tracking a child for safety can be viewed as somewhat intruding on his/her privacy but might be insisted on by the parent.  ...  EthEL [74] is an example of a robot that provides reminders about medication. There are issues of when to notify the (human) carer/overseer when the patient does not take the medication.  ... 
doi:10.3390/iot2030021 fatcat:y6lofboeo5hqpo5f6b26yvyelq

Achieving Ethical Algorithmic Behaviour in the Internet-of-Things: a Review [article]

Seng W. Loke
2019 arXiv   pre-print
Tracking a child for safety can be viewed as somewhat intruding on his/her privacy, but might be insisted on by the parent.  ...  EthEL [6] is an example of a robot that provides reminders about medication. There are issues of when to notify the (human) carer/overseer when the patient does not take medication.  ... 
arXiv:1910.10241v1 fatcat:jbgcwn6mizeqxas34tgxpq32ra

D1.1 - Initial Report On Use Cases

Gerhard Dünnebeil, Mario Drobic, Ivan Gojmerac, Jasmin Pielorz, Refiz Duro, Aleksandar Antonic, Ricardo Vitorino, Reinhard Herzog, Toni Paradell, Gianluca Insolvibile, Matteo Pardi
2016 Zenodo  
Data Consumer Data consumers are also pedestrians and cyclists who want to plan the most ecological routes, since they are conscious about their wellbeing (or might suffer from respiratory issues) and  ...  Hence, applications include lighting, climate and shades, media distribution, safety & security, communications, environment and systems monitoring, energy management.  ...  Visitor has decided to use the kindergarten service for her child and receives the route to the kindergarten of the stadium. 2.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.817403 fatcat:mabyofdjs5hgdphnjrotab43pa

"Who Doesn't Think about Technology When Designing Urban Environments for Older People?" A Case Study Approach to a Proposed Extension of the WHO's Age-Friendly Cities Model

Marston, Hoof
2019 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
Franklin notes the implementation and use of Redways ensured cyclists safety away from the traffic (no cycling on roads).  ...  Using reminders via a virtual assistant (i.e., calendar/reminder function, smart home connection) may offer young adults and carers the opportunity to maintain a sense of routine in their home environment  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph16193525 pmid:31547204 pmcid:PMC6801806 fatcat:srp6uz55erej7pnsezdtajj6iq

Putting Haptics into the Ambience

K.E. MacLean
2009 IEEE Transactions on Haptics  
It reminded, notified, and asked her about things she needed to know (that an email has arrived, for example, and perhaps she'd like to read it instead of writing this paper), or wondered if it should  ...  Aladdin: a doorknob that communicates information to users about a common physical space through visual gesture and sound at a distance, and forces, vibrations and heat when in contact [64] . or similar  ... 
doi:10.1109/toh.2009.33 pmid:27788076 fatcat:bsavjlgn4ncpnaefyzwig5vxge

Mobile Phone Sensing Systems: A Survey

Wazir Zada Khan, Yang Xiang, Mohammed Y Aalsalem, Quratulain Arshad
2013 IEEE Communications Surveys and Tutorials  
Data is collected about the cyclist (heart rate, galvanic skin response), about the cyclists performance (wheel speed, pedaling cadence, frame tilt, frame lateral tilt, magnetic heading), and about the  ...  It uses a number of sensors embedded into a cyclists bicycle to gather quantitative data about the cyclists rides.  ... 
doi:10.1109/surv.2012.031412.00077 fatcat:vbktgtrkqvc6zdnr2qqqclr7am
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