In highly automated driving, the human-machine interface plays the role of communicating the system status to the user, so that it is always ensured whether the human or the automation is responsible for safe vehicle guidance. This poses new methodological challenges in user-centered evaluation. The presentation presents a multi-method approach to testing and evaluating minimum requirements of HMIs and discusses their application in the development context.
Head of User Interaction and Usability, BMW
Andreas Keinath graduated with a degree in psychology from University of Regensburg in 1997. He received his doctorate from University of Technology in Chemnitz in 2003. After his PhD he started working at BMW Group Research and Technology and worked intensively on driver distraction and HMI design und evaluation. Since 2009 he is Head of Usability of the BMW Group. In this position he was responsible for the coordination of the scientific research of the international MINI E and BMW Active E projects. His research interests include automated driving, distraction research and HMI evaluation.
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