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(11) INTERACTION Final event - Wrap-up

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  • 1. Understanding driver interactions with In-Vehicle Technologies Closing summary Nick Reed (TRL)INTERACTION Final Event22 November 2012, Brussels
  • 2. Summary of the project• Broad study of driver behaviour with in- vehicle technologies• Overcome numerous challenges to collect and analyse data• Produced novel insights into driver behaviour and IVT use – built on the application of a range of techniques Final event – November 22, 2012 - Brussels 2
  • 3. Summary of the project Country Organisation(s) Austria Factum Czech Republic CDV Finland VTT France IFSTTAR; ERT The Netherlands SWOV Portugal ADI Spain CTAG United Kingdom TRLFinal event – November 22, 2012 - Brussels 3
  • 4. MethodologyFinal event – November 22, 2012 - Brussels 4
  • 5. Recommendations/Round-table discussion• Recommendations for: – Methodology – Design and Engineering – Education and Awareness – Legislation and Enforcement• Andrew (TRL)/Patrice (Valeo) Final event – November 22, 2012 - Brussels 5
  • 6. Comparison to 100-car study• 109 participants • 92 participants• 100 cars instrumented – 80 • 30 cars – 3 from partners; 27 hired participant owned; 20 from VTTI • 13 vehicle types• Six vehicle types – 3 × Škoda – 2 × (Ford; Toyota; Chevrolet) – 2 × (Vauxhall, Peugeot, Renault)• 12 months data collection/vehicle – 1 × (Ford; Lancia; Citroën; VW)• >40,000 hours of driving data • 4-6 weeks data collection/vehicle• Purpose – study of pre-crash/near- • >3,000 hours of driving data crash driving behaviour (with many • Purpose – study of interaction with facets) in-vehicle technologies• ~$100m • ~€2.5m
  • 7. Comparison to 100-car study
  • 8. Comparison to 100-car study• Relative proportion of investment and time – Set-up (Heavy) – Data collection (Light) – Analysis (Heavy)• Difficulties with car types over multiple nations
  • 9. Limitations• Naturalistic driving data – Associations between events – not causal links – More data leads to higher confidence in association but does not prove link – Focus group, questionnaire, observed driving techniques strengthen results• Progress of technology – Smartphones/Apps – Integration of handsfree functionality – Additional ADAS
  • 10. Future prospects• Radar data• ‘Black box’ insurance policies• Naturalistic data – in-vehicle technology vs. odds ratios• IVT – Semi- and full-autonomy (ACC + LKAS = Super- Cruise) – HUDs; haptic displays – Do these enable use of other IVTs? Final event – November 22, 2012 - Brussels 10
  • 11. Future prospects• Interaction lives on!• Exploitation beyond the life of the project – Further studies planned by partners – DAS systems can be re-used – Database will eventually be publicly available – Resource for researchers to interrogate to test different hypotheses Final event – November 22, 2012 - Brussels 11
  • 12. We hope you enjoyedtoday’s interaction! Final event – November 22, 2012 - Brussels 12