PDF of posters presented in Prague
Rebekka Hoffmann, Communication between control room and field operators in the process industries
Candida Castro, Teaching drivers where to look: identifying and prioritising potentially hazardous areas of the visual scene
Leonore Bourgeon, The relationship between Emotional Competencies and Situation Awareness during simulated emergency care: An exploratory study
Maren Eitrheim, The NASA Task Load Index for rating workload acceptability
Antonio Lucas-Alba, Locating variable events on electronic traffic signs: adapting the fixed formats
Kristof Mollu, LED: Light Evoking Distraction? A driving simulator study on the distracting effect of illuminated LED-advertising signs
Romy Müller, Case-based decision support for fault diagnosis. The impact of salient case ratings on situation analysis and solution focus
Víctor Marín Puchades, Cyclists’ Acceptance of Technologies Aimed to Improve Safety: A Classification Tree Analysis
Anna Trapp, Temporal Aspects of UX
Christopher Cabrall, Subjective and Objective Descriptions of Driving Scenes in Support of Driver-Automation Interactions
Sven Bock, Quality of reactions to peripherally presented stimuli while driving
Gustav Markkula, The many factors affecting near-collision driver response –A simulator study and a computational model
Yoshitaka Marumo, Indicating GO/NOGO Indices on Road Ahead Virtually to Assist Driver’s Judgment at Signalized Intersection
Dennis Befelein, How do naturalistic non-driving-related tasks influence Take-Over time and quality during highly automated driving?
Frederik Naujoks, A review of non-driving-related tasks used in studies on automated driving
Peter Cocron, Steering only at low speeds – how do drivers cope with giving up longitudinal control?
Kazuya Itoh, A Study of Driver Status Estimation by Analyzing Deviation of Steering Angular Frequency
Elsa Yousfi, Situation awareness during mode transition in highly automated driving
Michael Oehl, Left- vs. Right-handed users’ performance controlling integrated input devices – implications for automotive HMI
Jan Terhoeven, Usability and user acceptance of a software tool supporting the ergonomic workplace analysis with OWAS: A field study
Matthias Powelleit, Effectiveness of Warning Systems. Timing, Intensity, and False Alarms
Max Bernhagen, Development of modular training stations for maritime mass rescue simulations
Gloria Pöhler, Assessing complacency in critical driving situations for automated vehicle guidance
Anja Naumann, The effect of train protection systems on train drivers’ visual attention
Rico Auerswald, Investigation of Driver’s Eye & Head Movements. Possible Applications in Automated Driving (Studies)
Francesco Draicchio, Electromyographic and kinematic parameters moving patients with overhead and floor lifts
Alexander Liebing, What makes human-computer speech-interaction pleasant?
Samantha Epling, Recall Across Tasks: Finding the Mechanism of Dual-Task Interference
Thomas Franke, Can I reach this destination? Factors affecting comfortable range in battery electric vehicle (BEV) usage.