Commercial cars start to include more automated functions it becomes difficult for drivers to understand how and when to use them safely. While general HMI recommendations for partially automated cars have been made, it is unclear how drivers should be supported during the initial use period. Recommendations for a tutor system that guides drivers in their initial use of partially automated cars are necessary. To gain inspiration for such a tutor system, we examined the existing communication loop of driving instructors and their students. Driving instructors and their students were video recorded during regular driving lessons. The tutoring patterns that were found (i.e. situation and student adaptive feedback, student adaptive tasks, body movements for correcting and requesting actions) during the initial qualitative analysis are discussed. Furthermore, we suggest methods how to implement the tutoring patterns in a tutor system to support drivers in the use partially automated cars.

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Published on 20/09/19
Accepted on 20/09/19
Submitted on 20/09/19

Volume 2019, 2019
DOI: 10.1145/3349263.3351504
Licence: Other

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