As preprints are popping up everywhere and the official conference program is also already online, I can proudly announce that yet another paper on productivity in automated vehicles got accepted. This time at the venue we love the most: the Conference on Automotive User Interfaces and Interactive Vehicular Applications, AutomotiveUI. Happening this year in Utrecht, […]
I am proud to know that the big German IT-Magazine “heise.de” featured our work “Type-o-Steer” in a newsticker article on the Intelligent Vehicles Symposium 2019 in Paris, where we presented it. Make sure to check the article by Hans-Arthur Marsiske: https://heise.de/-4444495 ! About two hundred comments (at this date) show that our discussion of how […]
I am glad to be able to announce that I will be presenting our most recent paper called “Type-O-Steer” at the IEEE conference IV 2019 in Paris.
My colleagues present our paper on the interaction of UX and trust in automated driving at CHI 2019!
Yesterday we finished a user study on the CARISSMA Outdoor test-track. Participants were driving in a “real” automated vehicle with a secondary task, and had to respond to emergency take-over requests. Lots of fun and some crazy situations (especially when recording video footage) with my colleagues Katharina Frison, Philipp Wintersberger, Andreas Riener and Shadan Sadeghian! […]
We are conducting a survey on HCI/HF research and invite all researchers in this area to take part.
This week I organized an internal workshop at Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt / CARISSMA on how we can improve a driving simulator mockup to enable cutting-edge automotive HCI research. The mockup is going to be integrated into a trailer and will act as “mobile” driving simulator lab for automotive HCI research. Thanks to the BMBF project “Mensch […]
A local German newspaper recently featured our team’s research in an extensive article. Mentioned are our 3 award-winning publications “Steer-By-WiFi“, “Let Me Finish before I Take Over” and “Man vs. Machine” which were presented at AutoUI’18 in Toronto, Canada. Click here or on the image to access the article.