Exploring Headsup Displays for Driver Workload Management in Intelligent Vehicle Highway Systems

by M. Coyle, Univ of Minnesota, Minneapolis, United States,
S. Meir, Univ of Minnesota, Minneapolis, United States,
S. Shekhar, Univ of Minnesota, Minneapolis, United States,
A. Yang, Univ of Minnesota, Minneapolis, United States,
J. Caird, Univ of Minnesota, Minneapolis, United States,
P. Hancock, Univ of Minnesota, Minneapolis, United States,
S. Johnson, Univ of Minnesota, Minneapolis, United States,



Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Applications of Advanced Technologies in Transportation Engineering

Abstract: New transportation system provide more information to drivers to improve their effectiveness in tasks like routing, avoiding congestion. We are examining the headsup displays as means of information display. A vital question becomes the synthesis and management of this information so as to not overload the driver and create safety hazards. We have designed a driving simulator to design and evaluate the safety and effectiveness of headsup display.

Subject Headings: Intelligent transportation systems | Highway and road management | Driver behavior | Traffic signs | Systems management | Information management | Traffic safety | Information systems

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