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Evaluating Human Machine Interaction of In-Vehicle Information Systems (Third Report)
Published May 19, 2010 by Society of Automotive Engineers of Japan in Japan
Event: JSAE Spring Conference
In recent years, in-vehicle devices to support drivers' driving from a variety of perspectives have been developed. While the driver can concentrate full attention on the device alone when operating a device in a stationary vehicle, when driving the driver must drive at the same time as operating the device. Therefore, appropriate time-sharing between driving and device operation which does not impede the driver's driving is an essential requirement of any device which is expected to be operated in a vehicle while driving.
In this study, we consider methods of grasping the status of the time-sharing between driving and device operation from the driving behavior of the driver operating the device while driving, as methods of evaluating human-machine (HMI) devices that are operated while driving.
- Yukiyo Kuriyagawa - Nihon Univ.
- Ichiro Kageyama - Nihon Univ.
- Sachi Mizobuchi - Toyota InfoTechnology Center
- Satohiko Watanabe - Toyota InfoTechnology Center
- Hideharu Kuramoto - Toyota InfoTechnology Center
- Kazunari Nawa - Toyota InfoTechnology Center
- Ko Koga - Toyota Motor Corp.
- Hitoshi Kumon - Toyota Motor Corp.