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Safe and Pleasurable Human Machine Interfaces for Automobile
Published October 20, 2008 by Convergence Transportation Electronics Association in United States
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Event: Convergence 2008
As a consequence of the integration of additional systems to support and entertain drivers and passengers the interactions with those systems become more and more time consuming and distracting. It is therefore a basic requirement for the design of Human Machine-Interfaces to minimize the distraction from driving when interacting with those new assistance and entertainment systems. Whereas the safety is a Must-be for the design of HMI for automobiles the joy-of-use is an important aspect for the excitement of drivers. To fulfil the sometimes conflicting demands for safety and pleasure a human centred design approach for HMI design is needed.
CitationBruder, R., Abendroth, B., Didier, M., Schreiber, M. et al., "Safe and Pleasurable Human Machine Interfaces for Automobile," SAE Technical Paper 2008-21-0005, 2008.
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