Speech and Driving – Solution or Problem ?

@inproceedings{Vollrath2006SpeechAD,
  title={Speech and Driving – Solution or Problem ?},
  author={Mark Vollrath},
  year={2006}
}
Besides travel related information driver related information plays an increasing role while driving. In order to process this information and be able to drive safely at the same time, an information management is necessary in the vehicle. Speech interfaces offer a good solution since verbal interactions use resources which are not needed when driving. However, in practice experiments show that verbal interactions may bind attention. It is crucially important that verbal interactions are… CONTINUE READING
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