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Adaptive Interface Reports

There is widespread interest in adaptive interface technology to minimize the influence of driver distraction on crash causation. European human factors researchers have developed an "intelligent co-driver system" with an integrated warning and control device to prioritize information to avoid overloading the driver.

Volpe, The National Transportation Systems Center, requested a technical memorandum on the status of European efforts to develop adaptive interface technologies for driver support. This paper describes the status of European efforts to measure real-time driver workload in non-laboratory environments, in particular, distraction monitoring, and describes their efforts to develop the adaptive interface technology hardware and interpret from driver performance monitoring data.

Review of European Human Factors Research on Adaptive Interface Technologies for Automobiles (PDF)

Updated: Thursday, January 9, 2014