Christoph Grabmaier

Checks and Balances: A process for evaluating the usability of automated vehicle HMIs

New functions create new challenges! While the quantification of driver distraction can rely on standardized test procedures, there is no commonly agreed upon method for the evaluation of automated vehicle HMIs yet. Therefore, we propose an exemplary test procedure for empirical usability testing as well as heuristic usability evaluation for SAE Level 3 systems.

 

This talk is for everyone interested in standardized usability testing in the automotive industry. It will outline the role of NHTSA’s automated vehicle policy minimal HMI recommendations and our approach to evaluating those with an objective, reliable and valid procedure.


Date: Wednesday, October 16th
Time: 15:15 - 16:00
Location: Hall 10

Speaker

Christoph Grabmaier

Human Machine Interaction, Bertrandt/BMW

Christoph studied psychology at Ulm University with a strong focus on human machine interaction. In particular, he specialized in Trust in autonomous driving – and the measurement of Trust on a physiological basis. Since 2019, on behalf of BMW AG, he has been in charge of usability studies for the evaluation of upcoming display and operating systems.