Print Email Facebook Twitter Driver behaviour in motorway car-following transitions and driver support systems Title Driver behaviour in motorway car-following transitions and driver support systems Author Feenstra, P. van der Horst, A.R.A. TNO Defensie en Veiligheid Publication year 2006 Abstract Co-operative driving with speed adaptation functionality has great potential to improve traffic-throughput, traffic-safety, and environmental-impact on heavily used traffic-infrastructures. A driving-simulator study was performed to investigate the driver behaviour with respect to such driver-support systems (Zero-, Advisory-, Intervention-, and Controlling). This paper describes the results of one specific scenario, a cut-in scenario. The results show a small reaction time, which was smaller than the response-time required for stabilizing the manoeuvre. Subjective measures show that the experienced-effort for the Controlling system was the smallest, that the satisfaction for the Controlling system was the highest and that the usefulness of all systems was positive. Subject TrafficCar-followingDriver support systemsDriving simulatorHuman factorsSpeed adaptationTransitionsAdvanced driver assistance systemsAutomobile driversAutomobile simulatorsAutomobilesElectron transitionsEnvironmental impactHuman engineeringIntelligent systemsIntelligent vehicle highway systemsTraffic controlTransportationCar followingControlling systemDriver behaviourDriving simulatorDriving simulator studyTraffic infrastructureTraffic safetyBehavioral research To reference this document use: http://resolver.tudelft.nl/uuid:77e8cbe9-6743-4468-91b9-e9d42c50da9b TNO identifier 529712 Publisher Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS), Soesterberg Document type conference paper Files To receive the publication files, please send an e-mail request to TNO Library.