Dr. Joonwoo Son to speak on "Human Factors Challenges in Self-Driving Cars" at 2014 Automotive Innovation Day
On September 17, 2014 AUTOMOTIVE INNOVATION DAY entitled "The Forefront of Autonomous Driving and Connected Car" was held at The K-Seoul Hotel in Korea. The DGIST HumanLAB research scientist Joonwoo Son spoke on "Human Factors Challenges in Self-Driving Cars" at the seminar. He explained that self-driving car technology is promising for enhancing road safety and traffic efficiency. However, the shared authority issue between a human driver and self-driving car remains an open question until more human factors research and testing has conducted. Although some self-driving cars have already been tested on public roads, human drivers are still expected to have control responsibilities, particularly under NHTSA Levels 2 and 3 of automated drivin. He emphasized that it is required to develop a safer method to transit a control authority between a self-driving car and a human driver, as long as a human driver is expected to control a self-driving car in the case of emergency.
Dr. Son also introduced a scalable human-in-the-loop simulation framework to evaluate driver and system performance for various automated vehicle concepts.
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