Evaluation of graphical human-machine interfaces for turning manoeuvres in automated vehicles

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Krefting I., Trende A., Unni A., Rieger J., Lüdtke A., Fränzle M.
13th International Conference on Automotive User Interfaces and Interactive Vehicular Applications
Autonomous vehicles may become an important part of traffic in the next few decades. One of the key factors that contribute to the acceptance of the technology is that the user can understand and to a certain degree predict the behaviour of the automation. One way to communicate the automation's intention and behaviour are graphical human-machine interfaces (HMIs). An online survey was conducted to evaluate five designs for HMIs for turning manoeuvres in automated vehicles. During the survey the participants rated the HMIs based on videos. The overall ratings don't show a clear favourite, however, a separation of the participants regarding their trust in automation and technical affinity indicate preferences regarding the preferred level of abstraction. Furthermore, 97% of the participants agreed that HMIs like the ones presented would help them gain or increase their trust in automated vehicles.
09 / 2021
book
13th International Conference on Automotive User Interfaces and Interactive Vehicular Applications
77-80
ACM