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Information, Volume 11, Issue 4 (April 2020) – 60 articles
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Cover Story (view full-size image) Increasingly complex car automation creates challenges for drivers to understand how and when to [...] Read more. Increasingly complex car automation creates challenges for drivers to understand how and when to safely use it, especially as drivers are expected to monitor the automation and determine when it is necessary to resume manual control. Training is necessary for the safe use of these systems, but training can be costly and time consuming. An adaptive digital in-car tutor (DIT) may be a low-cost and time efficient option to for drivers to learn about and practise with their partially automated car while it is active during regular driving trips. A DIT would allow for situated, up-to-date, and model-specific learning. In this driving simulator study, we investigated the effects of a DIT prototype on appropriate automation use and take-over quality. View this paper.