Crash Warning Systems: Interface and Human Factor Insights


Lillian Bryant (Editor)

Series: Transportation Issues, Policies and R&D
BISAC: TEC009090

A comprehensive review and analysis of the human factors research associated with the implementation of crash warning system interfaces has led to the development of guidelines intended to be used by anyone responsible for the conceptualization, development, design, testing, or evaluation of in-vehicle crash avoidance systems, especially for forward collision (headway warning), lane change (blind-spot warning), and road departure warnings. This book is intended to highlight issues to be addressed and provide guidance in the development of Collision Warning Systems (CWSs). Information is presented on a variety of topics relevant to the driver-vehicle interface (DVI) of CWS devices.
(Imprint: Nova)

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

pp. vii

Chapter 1
Crash Warning System Interfaces: Human Factors Insights and Lessons Learned
(John L. Campbell, Christian M. Richard, James L. Brown and Marvin McCallum)
pp. 1-168

Chapter 2
Human Factors for Connected Vehicles: Effective Warning Interface Research Findings
(Neil Lerner, Emanuel Robinson, Jeremiah Singer, James Jenness, Richard Huey, Carryl Baldwin and Gregory Fitch)
pp. 169-262

pp. 263-268

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