|Author||: Daniel Watzenig|
|File Size||: 42,9 Mb|
|Publisher||: Springer Nature|
|Release Date||: 08 December 2020|
|Pages||: 133 pages|
Enhanced Trustworthiness and End User Acceptance of Conditionally Automated Vehicles in the Transition Period by Daniel Watzenig Book PDF Summary
A key factor for the introduction of (conditionally) automated vehicles is a high level of trust in and acceptance of these vehicles by the end-user. To bring such so-called TrustVehicles on the road, the end-users and their expectations have to be strongly taken into consideration by, for instance, developing driver interfaces as well as reliable and robust automated driving controllers. The main topics of the book are ranging from the question of how these TrustVehicles should behave and interact with users, the development of reliable sense-plan-act approaches, the whole verification procedures starting with simulation to studies on the driving simulator and the verification on a test track. All these steps together provide an overall picture and pave the way to trustworthy and reliable automated vehicles – so-called TrustVehicles.