自動車運転の高度支援に伴う社会通念の変化と民事交通訴訟
Changes in social wisdom accompanying advanced support of driving and Civil transportation lawsuit

Makiko Okamoto, Katsuko T. Nakahira
The Transactions of Human Interface Society  
It is necessary to design a legal system on the premise of an automotive vehicle. In this research, the automated level and the order of responses are variables, we will clarify the difference in the judgment on the responsibility attribution between the driver and the manufacturer when the automotive vehicle accident happened. It aimed to draw out basic information that needs consideration in designing the legal system. In Study 1, control possibility for vehicles with different automation
more » ... ls was obtained, and in Study 2, responses of responsibility attribution were obtained by drivers and car manufacturers in the same accident type, when cars with different automation levels became parties. The order of response was 1 Full automation, 2 Conditional Automation, 3 Driver Assistance (FAG) and vice versa (DAG). As a result, when the level of automation became high, the controllability of the person was judged to be low, driver's responsibility was light, manufacturer's responsibility was heavily judged. When the response order was different, DAG judged the responsibility of the car manufacturer more heavily than FAG. There is a possibility that different anchors occurred in DAG and FAG.
doi:10.11184/his.19.3_219 fatcat:7ugezfglbnhe7pditpv6pwvf3m