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Stanton, Neville A

Advances in Human Aspects of Transportation

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Table of contents

1. Influencing Factors on Error Reporting in Aviation - A Scenario-Based Approach
Sebastian Sieberichs, Annette Kluge

2. Quantifying Pilot Contribution to Flight Safety During Hydraulic Systems Failure
Lynda J. Kramer, Timothy J. Etherington, Randall E. Bailey, Kellie D. Kennedy

3. Perceptions and Affective Responses to Alternative Risk-Based Airport Security
Kenneth D. Nguyen, Richard S. John

4. Autonomous Stall Recovery Dynamics as a Prevention Tool for General Aviation Loss of Control
Tiziano Bernard, Lucas Stephane, Guy A. Boy

5. Planning of General Aviation Pilots Using Interviews
Elena Psyllou, Arnab Majumdar, Washington Ochieng

6. HMIM: A Method to Study the Information and Control Flow Exchange in the Flight Deck
Yiyuan Zheng, Yanyu Lu, Yuwen Jie, Shan Fu

7. Analyzing Positive and Negative Effects of Salience in Air Traffic Control Tasks
Haruka Yoshida, Hisae Aoyama, Satoru Inoue, Taro Kanno, Kazuo Furuta

8. Engine Failure Induced Task Load Transient for Simulation Based Certification Aiding for Aircraft
Jens Alfredson, Luís G. Trabasso, Niklas Blomstrand, Maria Eckerberg, Linda Klamer, Johanna Ledin, Jasmine Tarander, Magnus Bang

9. An Analysis of Human Factor Aspects in Operational Fuel Saving
Daniel Vogel, Ivan Sikora, Hans-Joachim Ruff-Stahl

10. Transition from Conventionally to Remotely Piloted Aircraft – Investigation of Possible Impacts on Function Allocation and Information Accessibility Using Cognitive Work Analysis Methods
Max Friedrich, Anne Papenfuß, Andreas Hasselberg

11. Workload and the En Route Controller – An Overblown Issue?
Richard W. Rohde

12. Data-Driven Pilot Behavior Modeling Applied to an Aircraft Offset Landing Task
Felipe M. S. Turetta, Helon Vicente Hultmann Ayala, Luís G. Trabasso, Leandro S. Coelho, Jens Alfredson

13. Motion and Time Study on Space Maintenance Mission
Hanzhao Qiu, Weining Fang, Li Wang, Bo Wang, Beiyuan Guo

14. Air Traffic Controller Additional Work Load as a Result of Aircraft Dynamic Separations
Julio Roa

15. Habitability Issues in Long Duration Space Missions Far from Earth
Giorgio Musso, Simona Ferraris, Franco Fenoglio, Antonio Zafarana, Adriana Salatino, Raffaella Ricci

16. Identifying Gaps, Opportunities and User Needs for Future E-navigation Technology and Information Exchange
Nicole A. Costa, Monica Lundh, Scott N. MacKinnon

17. Inshore Navigation’s Yacht: Study Cases of Sustainable and Ergonomic Yacht Design
Massimo Nicolantonio

18. “A-Shaped” Mast Sailing Yacht: Technological Solution for Easy Navigation
Jessica Lagatta, Andrea Vallicelli

19. Assessing Sonar and Target Motion Analysis Stations in a Submarine Control Room Using Cognitive Work Analysis
Daniel Fay, Neville A. Stanton, Aaron P. J. Roberts

20. Visualization in Maritime Navigation: A Critical Review
Victor Conceição, Maria Beatriz Carmo, Joakim Dahlman, Ana Ferreira

21. Gaps Between Users and Designers: A Usability Study About a Tablet-Based Application Used on Ship Bridges
Yemao Man, Margareta Lützhöft, Nicole A. Costa, Monica Lundh, Scott N. MacKinnon

22. ATV Safety in Agriculture: Injury, Illness, Analysis and Interventions
David Gilkey, John Rosecrance, Hali Neves, Elise Lagerstrom

23. Study of Spain’s Vehicle Fleet Safety Level Based on the Results of Euro NCAP Tests
Oriol Vaquer, Núria Parera, Alba Fornells

24. Effects of Actigraphically Acquired Sleep Quality on Driving Outcomes in Obstructive Sleep Apnea Patients and Control Drivers: A Naturalistic Study
Nazan Aksan, Robert Marini, Jon Tippin, Jeffrey Dawson, Matthew Rizzo

25. Integrating Traffic Safety in Vehicle Routing Solution
Iyad Sahnoon, Mohamed Shawky, Abdulla Al-Ghafli

26. Structural Study of the Side Impact Test with a Fully-Instrumented Pole
Jacob Sanchez, Melcior Malivern, Núria Parera, Fernando Bernal

27. Neurobehavioural Evaluation of Rehabilitation Programs for Dangerous Drivers
Pavel Řezáč, Veronika Kurečková, Petr Zámečník, Daniel Shaw, Milan Brázdil, Kristína Czekóová, Beáta Špiláková, Miguel Salazar

28. Different Learning Conditions and Their Impact on Hazard Perception Training
Jana Hilz, Sarah Malone, Roland Brünken

29. Effects of Using a Cell Phone on Gaze Movements During Simulated Car Driving: Hand-Held and Hands-Free Conditions
Bethânya Graick Carizio, Gisele Chiozi Gotardi, Juliana Cristina Ângelo, Paula Fávaro Polastri, Fábio Augusto Barbieri, Luis Carlos Paschoarelli, Sérgio Tosi Rodrigues

30. Risky Behavior and the Attitudes Towards the Police Safety Operations in the Czech Republic
Petr Zámečník, Veronika Kurečková, Pavel Řezáč, Vít Gabrhel

31. Does the Familiarity of Road Regulation Contribute to Driving Violation? A Simulated Study on Familiar and Unfamiliar Road Intersections among Young Chinese Drivers
Siyuan Huang, Daniele Ruscio, Dedy Ariansyah, Jun Yi, Monica Bordegoni

32. Research on Blinking-Luminescence Travel Support for Visually Impaired Persons
Tomohiro Okada, Takashi Miyamoto, Shin-ichi Ito, Katsuya Sato, Norihiro Ikeda, Osamu Sueda, Shoichiro Fujisawa

33. An Emerging Framework to Inform Effective Design of Human-Machine Interfaces for Older Adults Using Connected Autonomous Vehicles
Phillip L. Morgan, Alexandra Voinescu, Craig Williams, Praminda Caleb-Solly, Chris Alford, Ian Shergold, Graham Parkhurst, Anthony Pipe

34. Identifying Difference Thresholds of Haptics and Acoustics of Control Devices
Tobias Glohr, Andreas Zimmermann, Thomas Maier

35. Digital Touchpoints in Campus Slow Traffic Service System
Jintian Shi, Ke Ma

36. Cognitive Vehicle Design Guided by Human Factors and Supported by Bayesian Artificial Intelligence
Ata Khan

37. Assessing In-Vehicle Secondary Tasks with the NHTSA Visual-Manual Guidelines Occlusion Method
Mikael Ljung Aust, Robert Broström, Sofia Lindvall

38. The Benefit of Touchless Gesture Control: An Empirical Evaluation of Commercial Vehicle-Related Use Cases
Michael Stecher, Britta Michel, Andreas Zimmermann

39. How Does Awareness Affect Performance in an Automotive Dual Task Condition?
Lee Skrypchuk, Patrick Langdon, Alex Mouzakitis, P. John Clarkson

40. Intelligent Driving Interface Layout and Design Research
Linghua Ran, Hong Luo, Yunhao Yan, Mengli Yu, Xin Zhang

41. Human-Machine Interface Design Development for Connected and Cooperative Vehicle Features
William Payre, Cyriel Diels

42. How Does Eye-Gaze Relate to Gesture Movement in an Automotive Pointing Task?
Bashar I. Ahmad, Patrick M. Langdon, Lee Skrypchuk, Simon J. Godsill

43. Determination of Auditory Stimuli for the Auditory Variant of the Detection Response Task Method
Kristina Stojmenova, Jaka Sodnik

44. Perceptions Towards the Use of Intelligent Transport System Technologies by Earthquake Victims
Izza Anwer, Susan Grant-Muller

45. Blind Driving by Means of a Steering-Based Predictor Algorithm
Pavlo Bazilinskyy, Charles Beaumont, Xander Geest, Reinier Jonge, Koen Kroft, Joost Winter

46. Using Interior Design Principles to Improve the User’s Perception of Vehicle Interiors: A Study on Visual Parameters
Susan Shaw, Claudia Escobar, Shawn Lee

47. Possibility of Automobile Seat Evaluation with Seat Fidgets and Movements
Junya Tatsuno, Setsuo Maeda, George Sammonds, Neil Mansfield

48. A Study on the Relationship Between Passengers’ Visual Searching Efficiency in Bus-Waiting Process and the Elements of Bus Front Face Design
Tao Xiong, Jianxin Cheng, Tengye Li

49. Vision and Driving Support for Shielded Vehicles – Implementation and Test of an Electronic Vision Replacement System with Augmented Reality
Daniel López, Marcel C. A. Baltzer, Christian Lassen, Frank Flemisch

50. Measuring the Cognitive Demands of In-vehicle Dashboard and Centre Console Tasks
Madeleine Conaghan, Ian Colwill, Edward Elton, Periklis Charchalakis, Elias Stipidis

51. Cognitive Load Assessment of Tractor Driver Based on Cognitive Task Workload Model
Yeqing Pei, Xiaoping Jin, Zhenghe Song, Haoyang Li, Ling Luo, Bowen Zheng

52. A Review of Non-driving-related Tasks Used in Studies on Automated Driving
Frederik Naujoks, Dennis Befelein, Katharina Wiedemann, Alexandra Neukum

53. Driverless Pods: From Technology Demonstrators to Desirable Mobility Solutions
Joscha Wasser, Cyriel Diels, Anthony Baxendale, Michael Tovey

54. Testing Scenarios for Human Factors Research in Level 3 Automated Vehicles
Christian Gold, Frederik Naujoks, Jonas Radlmayr, Hanna Bellem, Oliver Jarosch

55. Autonomous Vehicles: Reliability of Their Perception of the World Around Them and the Role of Human Driver
Ata Khan

56. Connecting Rural Road Design to Automated Vehicles: The Concept of Safe Speed to Overcome Human Errors
Pasquale Colonna, Paolo Intini, Nicola Berloco, Vittorio Ranieri

57. A Longitudinal Simulator Study to Explore Drivers’ Behaviour During Highly-Automated Driving
David R. Large, Gary Burnett, Andrew Morris, Arun Muthumani, Rebecca Matthias

58. Understanding and Applying the Concept of “Driver Availability” in Automated Driving
Claus Marberger, Holger Mielenz, Frederik Naujoks, Jonas Radlmayr, Klaus Bengler, Bernhard Wandtner

59. What to Expect of Automated Driving: Expectations and Anticipation of System Behavior
Johanna Josten, Teresa Schmidt, Ralf Philipsen, Lutz Eckstein, Martina Ziefle

60. The Design of a Vibrotactile Seat for Conveying Take-Over Requests in Automated Driving
Sebastiaan M. Petermeijer, Paul Hornberger, Ioannis Ganotis, Joost C. F. Winter, Klaus. J. Bengler

61. Learning from the Best – Naturalistic Arbitration for Cooperative Driving
Gina Weßel, Constanze Schreck, Eugen Altendorf, Yigiterkut Canpolat, Frank Flemisch

62. Modelling the Dynamics of Driver Situation Awareness in Automated Driving
Zhenji Lu, Riender Happee, Joost Winter

63. Evaluation of an Autonomous Vehicle External Communication System Concept: A Survey Study
Jingyi Zhang, Erik Vinkhuyzen, Melissa Cefkin

64. Machine Learning and Big Data Analytics in Support of Fleet Safety During Severe Weather
Zachary Spielman, David I. Gertman, Haoran Liu, Ira Pray, Justin Traiteur, Scott Wold, Steven Wysmuller

65. A Study on the Human and the Automation in Automated Driving: Getting to Know Each Other
Eugen Altendorf, Raphael Schütz, Yigiterkut Canpolat, Gina Weßel, Frank Flemisch

66. How Automation Level and System Reliability Influence Driver Performance in a Cut-In Situation
Jonas Radlmayr, Veronika Weinbeer, Cathrine Löber, Mehdi Farid, Klaus Bengler

67. Looking at Drivers and Passengers to Inform Automated Driver State Monitoring of In and Out of the Loop
Christopher D. D. Cabrall, Veronika Petrovych, Riender Happee

68. Taxonomy of Traffic Situations for the Interaction between Automated Vehicles and Human Road Users
Tanja Fuest, Lenja Sorokin, Hanna Bellem, Klaus Bengler

69. Effect of Warning Levels on Drivers’ Decision-Making with the Self-driving Vehicle System
Wenjie Cui, Ronggang Zhou, Yunhao Yan, Linghua Ran, Xin Zhang

70. Does Shifting Between Conditionally and Partially Automated Driving Lead to a Loss of Mode Awareness?
Anna Feldhütter, Christoph Segler, Klaus Bengler

71. Information Expectations in Highly and Fully Automated Vehicles
Cyriel Diels, Simon Thompson

72. Obtaining Design Requirements from the Public Understanding of Driverless Technology
Patrick Langdon, Ioannis Politis, Mike Bradley, Lee Skrypchuk, Alex Mouzakitis, John Clarkson

73. Manual Takeover and Handover of a Simulated Fully Autonomous Vehicle Within Urban and Extra-Urban Settings
Phillip L. Morgan, Chris Alford, Craig Williams, Graham Parkhurst, Tony Pipe

74. Driving Performance, Adaptation, and Cognitive Workload Costs of Logo Panel Detection as Mediated by Driver Age
Mei Ying Lau, David Kaber

75. Comparison Between Young Male Drivers’ Self-assessed and Objectively Measured Driving Skills
Laila M. Martinussen, Mette Møller, Carlo G. Prato

76. Identification of Criteria for Drivers’ State Detection
Nicolas D. Herzberger, Gudrun M. I. Voß, Maximilian Schwalm

77. A Real Case-Based Study Exploring Influence of Human Age and Gender on Drivers’ Behavior and Traffic Safety
Nazha R. Ghadban, Galal M. Abdella, Khalifa N. Al-Khalifa, Abdel Magid Hamouda, Khadija B. Abdur-Rouf

78. Verification of Installed Position of LED Block Equipped with Projections to Indicate Travel Direction
Tomoyuki Inagaki, Hideaki Nagahama, Norihiro Ikeda, Kazuya Takahashi, Kiyohito Takeuchi, Hiroshi Ogino, Katsuya Sato, Sin-Ichi Ito, Shoichiro Fujisawa

79. Do End Users Really Have a Place in the Design Arena When Safe Design Is Critical?
Elise Crawford, Yvonne Toft, Ryan L. Kift, Geoff Dell

80. Seat Belts Unfastened: Non-seat Belt Use in the Czech Republic
Vit Gabrhe, Petr Zamecnik, Veronika Kureckova, Pavel Rezac

81. The Effect of See-Through Truck on Driver Monitoring Patterns and Responses to Critical Events in Truck Platooning
Bo Zhang, Ellen S. Wilschut, Dehlia M. C. Willemsen, Tom Alkim, Marieke H. Martens

82. Driver–Cyclist Interaction Under Different Bicycle Crossroad Configurations
Francesco Bella, Manuel Silvestri

83. Operational and Safety Analysis of Signage and Pavement Marking Treatments in Puerto Rico Dynamic Toll Lane Using a Driving Simulator
Bryan Ruiz, Didier Valdés, Benjamín Colucci, Johnathan Ruiz, Ricardo García, Enid Colón

84. Is the Driving Behaviour of Young Novices and Young Experienced Drivers Under Alcohol Linked to Their Perceived Effort and Alertness?
Catherine Berthelon, Edith Galy

85. Injury Severity Analysis in Vehicle-Pedestrian Crashes
Younshik Chung, Tai-Jin Song, Juyoung Kim

86. Motion Sickness Measurements for Young Male Adults in Vitality, Endurance, Profiles and Sensitivity
Aie Liu, Li Ding, Yan Li

87. Modeling the Real World Using STISIM Drive® Simulation Software: A Study Contrasting High and Low Locality Simulations
Craig K. Allison, Katie J. Parnell, James W. H. Brown, Neville A. Stanton

88. What Driving Abilities Do Racing Video Games Stimulate? Rating the Levels of Realism Experienced in Commercial Racing Video Games
Daniele Ruscio

89. Multivariate Differences in Driver Workload: Test Track Versus On-Road Driving
Jack L. Auflick

90. Range Makes All the Difference? Weighing up Range, Charging Time and Fast-Charging Network Density as Key Drivers for the Acceptance of Battery Electric Vehicles
Julian Halbey, Ralf Philipsen, Teresa Schmidt, Martina Ziefle

91. Fast-Charging Stations or Conventional Gas Stations: Same Difference? - Variations of Preferences and Requirements
Ralf Philipsen, Teresa Schmidt, Martina Ziefle

92. Fuzzy Logic Based Merging Gap Acceptance Model Incorporating Driving Styles and Drivers’ Personalities
Chen Chai, Xuesong Wang, Yiik Diew Wong, Yidan Gao

93. Providing Improved Crowding Information to Provide Benefits for Rail Passengers and Operators
James Pritchard

94. User Experience Evaluation on Ticket Gage of Subway Station: A Repertory Grid Approach
Linna Hu, Yimu Yang, Long Liu, Hua Dong

95. A Study on Quantitative Evaluation of Relationship Between Longitudinal Shock and Ride Comfort by Train Braking
Toshiro Miura, Toshiyuki Izumi

96. Guidelines for Electronic Systems Designed for Aiding the Visually Impaired People in Metro Networks
Eliete Mariani, Marcelo Eduardo Giacaglia

97. A Comparison of Auditory and Visual in-Vehicle Stop Signals in Philippine Public Road-Based Transportation
Josiel Catherine V. Almeda, Majella Cayley J. Domingo, Alyannah Bianca L. Saringan

98. Measuring Mobility and Transport Services: The METPEX Project
Andree Woodcock, Yusak Susilo, Marco Diana, Roberto Abenoza, Miriam Pirra, Michael Tovey

99. From Task Analysis to Innovation
Denis Miglianico, Luc Moyart, Mathieu Mouchel

100. Three Driver and Operator Behaviour Models in the Context of Automated Driving – Identification of Issues from Human Actor Perspective
Pirkko Rämä, Hanna Koskinen

101. The Right Moment for Braking as Informal Communication Signal Between Automated Vehicles and Pedestrians in Crossing Situations
Matthias Beggiato, Claudia Witzlack, Sabine Springer, Josef Krems

102. Older Drivers and Driving Automation
Anabela Simoes

103. A Comparison of Three Systemic Accident Analysis Methods Using 46 SPAD (Signals Passed at Danger) Incidents
Kate Dixon, Patrick Waterson, Jo Barnes

104. Understanding Railway Employees’ Perceptions of Senior Managers’ Safety Commitment
Kate C. Bowers, Mark Fleming

105. Proposal of Ergonomic Intervention in Horizontal Traffic Signaling
Claudemilson Santos, Galdenoro Botura

106. Collective Cars in Cities: Optimal Management in Real Time Through DES Approach
Jennie Lioris

107. Human Factors in the Design of Automated Transport Logistics
Matthias Neubauer, Oliver Schauer

Keywords: Engineering, Transportation Technology and Traffic Engineering, User Interfaces and Human Computer Interaction, Robotics and Automation, Computational Intelligence

Editor
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2018
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing
Page amount
21 pages
Category
Technology, Energy, Traffic
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9783319604411
Printed ISBN
978-3-319-60440-4

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