The Ergonomics Application Research on Differences Between Adaptive Cruise Control System and Drivers
Adaptive cruise control (ACC) is an important part of intelligent transportation systems (ITS), and the ergonomics between driver and vehicle is changed. This article researches on the ergonomics between ACC and drivers. A series of vehicle road test is organized in Chinese urban driving conditions. The vehicle data, road data, and the drivers’ behavior data are analyzed during the researches. Drivers are interviewed on their feelings when they are applying the ACC system. At last, it shows the differences in behavior between the ACC system and drivers under several working conditions.
KeywordsAdaptive cruise control Intelligent transportation Differences
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