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Design considerationsfor the older population: A human-vehicle interface perspective
- Design considerationsfor the older population: A human-vehicle interface perspective
- Son, Joonwoo; Suh, Jiyoung
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- Son, Joonwoo
- Issue Date
- 2011 International Symposium on Humanities, Science and Engineering Research, SHUSER 2011, 8-12
- Article Type
- Conference Paper
- Recent technological advances have enabled a widevariety of information systems to be integrated into avehicle in order to increase safety, productivity, andcomfort. However, improperly deployed technology can increase driver's workload and, consequently, degrade safety. Especially, potential information overload problems may become acute among older drivers who are the fastest growing segment of the driving population. Thusautomotive interface designers must carefully balance the desire to introduce novel systems with the limited attentional capacity of the older drivers. In this paper, the older drivers' limitations such as hearing loss and cognition, and the challenges in automotive interface design for the older drivers were discussed. Based on the older drivers' limitations, automotive interface design considerations for the older drivers weresuggested. © 2011 IEEE.
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