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The Driver's response to decreasing vehicle separations during transitions into the automated lane

Author: J R Bloomfield; United States. Federal Highway Administration.; Honeywell Inc.
Publisher: McLean, Va. : Federal Highway Administration ; [Springfield, Va.] : [Available through the National Technical Information Service], [1996]
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This experiment is one in a series exploring human factors issues related to the Automated Highway System (AHS). The comfort level of the driver of the lead vehicle of a string of automated vehicles was determined (a) under normal AHS operating conditions, and (b) while a second vehicle was joining the string as the new lead vehicle. The experiment was conducted in the Iowa Driving Simulator. A generic AHS  Read more...
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Driver's response to decreasing vehicle separations during transitions into the automated lane.
McLean, Va. : Federal Highway Administration ; [Springfield, Va. : Available through the National Technical Information Service, 1996]
(OCoLC)855518103
Material Type: Government publication, National government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: J R Bloomfield; United States. Federal Highway Administration.; Honeywell Inc.
OCLC Number: 34957504
Notes: Cover title.
"April 1996."
Description: vii, 62 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
Contents: Introduction and overview --
Method --
Results --
Discussion --
Questionnaire data --
Summary of results and implications for the automated highway system --
Appendices --
References.
Responsibility: [J.R. Bloomfield and others].

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This experiment is one in a series exploring human factors issues related to the Automated Highway System (AHS). The comfort level of the driver of the lead vehicle of a string of automated vehicles was determined (a) under normal AHS operating conditions, and (b) while a second vehicle was joining the string as the new lead vehicle. The experiment was conducted in the Iowa Driving Simulator. A generic AHS configuration was used--the left lane was reserved for automated vehicles, the center and right lanes contained unautomated vehicles, the center lane was not a dedicated transition lane, there were no barriers between the automated and unautomated lanes. Sixty drivers participated in the experiment--half male, half female; half between the ages of 25 and 34 years, half 65 or older.

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