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According to the engineer understanding of automation, the automation levels defined by SAE increase continuously in parallel to the incrementation of sophisticated technologies in the vehicles. According to Human Factors, it is not the case. There are cognitive breaks for the driver when the automation level increases, implying consequences on the driver behavior and his situation awareness. The Human Machine Interfaces should be designed in order to take into account these elements to ensure safety.

Automation: the safety is still dependent on human factors

EB2012-IBC-004 • Paper • EuroBrake 2012 • IBC

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