European conference on human centred design for intelligent transport systems

European Conference on Human centred Design for intelligent transport systems

 

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Lecture
A maximum of 20 minutes is alloted for presentation and discussion.
Poster
Poster sessions will take place during the conference.

Please select topic(s) out of the list below to identify the main subject(s) of your paper



1/ Human Factors
ITS User services
Intelligent user interface
User experience & sustainability
Human error
Tools to analyse human factors
Distraction, attention, emotion & workload
Neuro sciences in ergonomics
Diversity and specificity of road user groups
Drivers'/riders' needs and acceptance of assistance functions

2/ HMI & Design
Effects of in-vehicle systems on driver performance
Human Centred Design
Cooperative systems acceptability and usability
Acceptability of electromobility
Smart mobility
Automation & trust
Intelligent vehicles
Human Machine Interaction
Effects of ITS on driver behaviour and interaction with the systems
Field Operationnal Tests and Naturalistic Driving Studies
Generic User Interfaces for assistance systems

3/ Safety
Safety & Mobility
Safety of nomadic & mobile services
In-vehicle devices & driving safety
ITS to support VRU's safety

4/ Ecomobility
Social networks for ecomobility
Training for ecomobility
Tools and methodologies for driver/rider eco-driving/eco-riding training
Green ITS to meet new driver needs
Green driving/riding

5/ Methodologies
Tools and methodologies for safety and usability assessment
Modelling of drivers'/riders' behaviour for ITS design

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