Highly automated platooning: Effects on mental workload, stress, and fatigue

Daniël Heikoop, Joost de Winter, Bart van Arem, Neville A. Stanton

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Abstract

Automatically driving platoons of vehicles are a likely candidate for solving many existing issues of road safety and congestion. However, the psychological effects of such technology are yet to be understood. Therefore, by means of a driving simulator experiment, we aimed to assess the psychological effects of driving in a highly automated platoon. The results showed that the type of task had no substantial effect on heart rate and self-reported stress, fatigue, and workload. However, time-on-task substantially reduced participants’ heart rate.

Original languageEnglish
Number of pages2
Publication statusPublished - 2016
EventEHF 2016: Ergonomics and Human Factors - Northamptonshire, United Kingdom
Duration: 19 Apr 201621 Apr 2016

Conference

ConferenceEHF 2016: Ergonomics and Human Factors
Country/TerritoryUnited Kingdom
CityNorthamptonshire
Period19/04/1621/04/16

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Keywords

  • Platooning
  • Mental Workload
  • Stress
  • Fatique

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