Human Car Interaction Lab
Program at Arizona State University to better understand and improve human car interaction.
Driving is already a complex task that demands a varying level of cognitive and physical load. With the advancement in technology, the car has become a place for media consumption, a communications center and an interconnected workplace. The number of features in a car has also increased. As a result, the user interaction inside the car has become overcrowded and more complex. Human Car Interaction is an active area of research at Arizona State University which aims at understanding this interaction and making it simpler and safer for drivers.
Integration of cars with computers and smartphones bring many conveniences but may lead to many security issues.
Speech Recognition allows drivers to communicate with their cars just by talking. But is it really beneficial?
Multimodal system provides multiple modes of communicating with the application like text, touch and voice.
An autonomous car, also known as a uncrewed vehicle, driverless car, self-driving car and robotic car.
FUTURE CYBER CARS
Building future cyber cars or “Computers on Wheels” requires innovative re-architecture of design and production processes.
Involves any non-driving activity a person engages in that distracts him from the primary task of driving.
Advanced Driver Assisstance
Advanced Driver Assistance Systems, or ADAS, are systems to help the driver in the driving process.