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Document type:
Konferenzbeitrag 
Author(s):
Kerschbaum, Ph.; Lorenz, L.; Bengler, Klaus 
Non-TUM Co-author(s):
ja 
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Title:
Highly Automated Driving with a Decoupled Steering Wheel 
Abstract:
Future cars will almost certainly provide an increasing level of automation. Under certain conditions, they will allow the driver to withdraw from the control loop and deal with non-driving related tasks. To provide a convenient and safe user interface for this case, it can be advantageous to have the steering wheel de-coupled from the steering link and stationary. In this study, we evaluated two alternative steering wheel concepts. The first concept represents a state of the art steering wheel...    »
 
Intellectual Contribution:
Discipline-based Research 
Book / Congress title:
Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (HFES) 2014 
Congress (additional information):
Chicago, Illinois, USA 
Volume:
Vol. 58, no. 1 
Publisher:
Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 
Publisher address:
Santa Monica, CA 
Year:
2014 
Month:
Oct 
Pages:
1686--1690 
Covered by:
Scopus 
Print-ISBN:
9780945289456 
Fulltext / DOI:
Key publication:
Ja 
Peer reviewed:
Ja 
International:
Ja 
Book review:
Nein 
Commissioned:
not commissioned 
Interdisciplinarity:
Ja 
Mission statement:
Ethics and Sustainability:
Nein