Martin Kienle

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Advances in technology have fueled the development of driver assistance systems. Even today, these systems can take over parts of the driving task. However, the interface becomes more and more complex with an increasing number of functions. One way to reduce such complexity is to venture the haptic channel. While haptic feedback in lateral direction is(More)
The increasing traffic volume confronts the road user with a challenging task. The high number of traffic deaths might not be reducible with passive safety alone. However systems that actively influence the guidance of vehicles, like assistance and automation systems, can make a difference towards higher safety, comfort and efficiency. Some of these systems(More)
Increasing safety and comfort are motivations for designing new assistance systems and enhance existing functionalities. As the driver is gradually replaced by new automation systems, new constellations of driver and automation in mutual vehicle guidance have to be rethought. This article presents driver response time in critical driving situations with a(More)
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