Increasing automation in all areas of transport raises new challenges for the design of Human-Machine-Interfaces (HMI) for active users but also for passengers and passersby. The EU-project Drive2theFuture investigates the needs and wants of transportation users, operators, passengers and passersby to gain their acceptance and to set the ground for a sustainable market introduction of automated transport. This paper gives an outlook on how HMI concepts for the transport modes road, rail, maritime and aviation in Drive2theFuture will be comparatively assessed and developed in order to support an educated use and contact of automated transport and hence acceptance. By relying on a stepwise process, adaptable HMI strategies for different user clusters and levels of automation will be defined. Finally, a comprehensive HMI development toolkit is provided, which might be adopted as training tool to create realistic expectations and enhance acceptance among users in light of the deployment of automated vehicles.
|Titel||Proceedings of TRA2020, the 8th Transport Research Arena: Rethinking transport - towards clean and inclusive mobility|
|Publikationsstatus||Veröffentlicht - 2020|
- HMI; automated transport; automated vehicles; acceptance; user-centered