• Engineering
  • Published 1995

HUMAN FACTORS ASPECTS OF THE TRANSFER OF CONTROL FROM THE DRIVER TO THE AUTOMATED HIGHWAY SYSTEM

@inproceedings{Bloomfield1995HUMANFA,
  title={HUMAN FACTORS ASPECTS OF THE TRANSFER OF CONTROL FROM THE DRIVER TO THE AUTOMATED HIGHWAY SYSTEM},
  author={J R Bloomfield and James R. Buck and J M Christensen and Ashwini Yenamandra},
  year={1995}
}
The third in a series of experiments exploring human factors issues related to the Automated Highway System (AHS) investigated the transfer of control from the driver of a vehicle entering an automated lane to the AHS. Twenty-four drivers aged between 25 and 34 years drove in the Iowa Driving Simulator--a moving base hexapod platform containing a mid-sized sedan with a 3.35-rad (180 deg) projection screen to the front and a 1.13-rad (60 deg) screen to the rear. The experiment focused on a… CONTINUE READING