Distraction * Becomes * Engagement * in * Automated * Driving * !

@inproceedings{Miller2015DistractionB,
  title={Distraction * Becomes * Engagement * in * Automated * Driving * !},
  author={David Miller and Annabel Sun and Mishel Johns and Hillary Page Ive and David Sirkin and Sudipto Aich and Wendy Ju},
  year={2015}
}
As vehicle automation proliferates, the current emphasis on preventing driver distraction needs to transition to maintaining driver availability. During automated driving, vehicle operators are likely to use brought-in devices to access entertainment and information. Do these media devices need to be controlled by the vehicle in order to manage driver attention? In a driving simulation study (N=48) investigating driver performance shortly after transitions from automated to human control, we… CONTINUE READING
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