Seminar Ergonomic Aspects of Autonomous Driving Studying Human Behavior in Urban Traffic Using Linked Driving Simulation

Thời gian bắt đầu: 12:00 am 26/03/2018

Thời gian kết thúc: 12:00 am 26/03/2018

Địa điểm: 803 - B1

Thời gian: 14.30 ngày thứ 2, 26/3/2018

Địa điểm: phòng 803, nhà B1, Đại học  Bách khoa Hà Nội

Người trình bày: Prof. Dr. Klaus Bengler (Technical University of Munich):

Abstract: The talk will present current projects related to ergonomic aspect of automated driving. It will focus on HMI concepts developed for the different levels of automation (SAE) and discuss the interaction between automated driving function and the human as a driver / passenger.

Interaction of urban road users is a dynamic and multi-facetted process of behavior adaption among humans. In several driving simulator studies the behavior of drivers in pedestrian crossing situations was analyzed using a linked driving simulator. The talk will present selected results to quantify the interhuman adaption process in these scenarios.

Bio:  Professor Bengler conducts research in the field of “micro ergonomics”. The primary focus of his work is human-machine interactions, particularly in the area of driver assistance, software ergonomics, and cooperation between humans and robots. One of his research projects examines the effect of additional tasks on driver performance while another project studies the design of driver workstations for the vehicle of the future, addressing issues associated with demographic change. His research covers both anthropometric and cognitive problems. Professor Bengler studied psychology at the University of Regensburg, receiving a doctorate in 1995 for work he performed in cooperation with the BMW Group on the design of driver navigation information. He then headed the “Human Machine Interaction” team in BMW’s Research & Development Department where he also managed the Usability Lab. Since 2009 he has been head of the Ergonomics Department at TUM.

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