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Human-Machine Cooperation in Highly Automated Driving

R. Rojas, M. Krähling, U. Lages, S. Griesche, D. Käthner— 2014

This paper presents a concept for a highly automated vehicle which allows for adaption to and cooperation with a human driver. This addresses the problem of vehicle automation level 3, as defined by the NHTSA, where a vehicle is capable of being driven automatically, but the human driver is still in charge from a legal point of view.

TitelHuman-Machine Cooperation in Highly Automated Driving
VerfasserR. Rojas, M. Krähling, U. Lages, S. Griesche, D. Käthner
ThemaHuman-Machine Interaction; Automated Driving, Driver Modelling
Datum201409
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Erschienen inIntelligent Transportation Systems World Congress 2014, Detroit, Michigan.