Mitigating Driver Distraction through HMI Design: A Proposed Conceptual Framework for Safely and Effectively Implementing Technology in Vehicles
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Tuesday, October 18, 2011: 1:30 PM-3:00 PM
S330G (Orange County Convention Center )
ITS America's Safety Forum
Gregory M. Fitch, Senior Research Associate, Virginia Tech Transportation Institute
Technology stands to benefit the surface transportation system by making it safer, more efficient, and environmentally sustainable. However, any technology introduced to drivers inside a vehicle can be a source of distraction and can potentially elevate crash risk. This panel will discuss research that has set out to determine how to incorporate technology effectively into the surface transportation system without reducing overall system reliability. Panelists will discuss driver-optimized interfaces, workload management systems, driver assistance systems, and potential outcomes of combining all three together.