Abstract

Can interactions between automated vehicles and pedestrians be evaluated in a quantifiable and standardized way? In order to answer this, we designed an input device in the form of a continuous slider that enables pedestrians to indicate their willingness to cross a road and their feeling of safety in real time in response to an approaching vehicle. In an initial field study, 71% of the participants reported that they were able to use the device naturally and indicate their feeling of safety satisfactorily. The feeling-of-safety slider can consequently be used to evaluate and benchmark interactions between pedestrians and vehicles, and compare communication interfaces for automated vehicles.


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https://research.tue.nl/nl/publications/feeling-of-safety-slider-measuring-pedestrian-willingness-to-cros,
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https://academic.microsoft.com/#/detail/2943486581
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Published on 01/05/19
Accepted on 01/05/19
Submitted on 01/05/19

Volume 2019, 2019
DOI: 10.1145/3290607.3312880
Licence: Other

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