Older Drivers and New In-Vehicle Technologies: Adaptation and Long-Term Effects

@inproceedings{Simes2009OlderDA,
  title={Older Drivers and New In-Vehicle Technologies: Adaptation and Long-Term Effects},
  author={Anabela Sim{\~o}es and M. Pereira},
  booktitle={HCI},
  year={2009}
}
The introduction of new technologies into vehicles has been imposing new forms of interaction, being a challenge to drivers but also to HMI research. The multiplicity of on-board systems in the market has been changing the driving task, being the consequences of such interaction a concern especially to older drivers. Several studies have been conducted to report the natural functional declines of older drivers and the way they cope with additional sources of information and additional tasks in… Expand
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