“Investigation of the Lane Change Behavior in a Driving Simulator”

“Investigation of the Lane Change Behavior in a Driving Simulator”

Paper published in ATZ Worldwide, 121(12), 62–67. Authored by Christiaan Koppel, Jelle van Doornik, Bastiaan Petermeijer & David Abbink.

Toward automated driving, the human driving behavior has to be studied exactly. Researchers in the section Human-Robot Interaction of the Delft University of Technology are working together with the driving simulator manufacturer Cruden to achieve an understanding of this behavior during lane changes, with the aim of improving the interaction between the driver and the (semi)-automated vehicle.

Click here to access the source of the article in English : http://emag.springerprofessional.de/public/data/atz-worldwide/Issue_12–2019/index.php?token=05312929#p=63

German version: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s35148-019-0163-3

 

 

 

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