The Invisible Hand: How to Design the Best Interaction Between Advanced Driver Assistance Systems and Car Users 2000-01-C034
In this paper, the invisible hand concept for the definition of
Advanced Driver Assistant Systems (ADAS) Human Machine Interfaces
(HMI) is introduced. The main idea is that these systems become a
sort of "invisible hand'' able to support the driver
and to increase driving safety if they are integrated with each
other (i.e., longitudinal, lateral and rear control) and the most
"persuasive'' and "efficient''
interaction between driver and ADA systems is developed.
Here the analysis is conducted taking into consideration the
technological evolution scenario and the identification of related
user interaction aspects (including technical and communication
analysis). Moreover, the ways to design the best interaction
between drivers and ADAS interfaces from communication and HMI
points of view has been included as well as an overview of the user
centered approach adopted in the Centro Ricerche Fiat's design