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MINI Design: From the Original to the Original. The path from Center Speedo to Center Globe

Gert Volker Hildebrand, BMW Group, General Manager MINI Design

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DESIGN SPACE AND HAPTIC FEEDBACK

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Pdf-Design Space for Driver-based Automotive User Interfaces Pdf-acm-dl-Design Space for Driver-based Automotive User Interfaces Design Space for Driver-based Automotive User Interfaces

Dagmar Kern (University of Duisburg-Essen, DE), Albrecht Schmidt (University of Duisburg-Essen, DE)

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Pdf-Assessing Subjective Response to Haptic Feedback in Automotive Touchscreens Pdf-acm-dl-Assessing Subjective Response to Haptic Feedback in Automotive Touchscreens Assessing Subjective Response to Haptic Feedback in Automotive Touchscreens

Matthew Pitts (University of Warwick, UK), Mark Williams (University of Warwick, UK), Alex Attridge (University of Warwick, UK)

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Pdf-Towards an H-Mode for highly automated vehicles: Driving with side sticks Pdf-acm-dl-Towards an H-Mode for highly automated vehicles: Driving with side sticks Towards an H-Mode for highly automated vehicles: Driving with side sticks

Martin Kienle (Technische Universität München, DE), Daniel Dambock (Technische Universität München, DE), Johann Kelsch (German Aerospace Centre (DLR), DE), Frank Flemisch (German Aerospace Centre (DLR), DE), Klaus Bengler (Technische Universität München, DE)

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REQUIREMENTS, TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES

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In-vehicle Technology Functional Requirements for Older Drivers In-vehicle Technology Functional Requirements for Older Drivers

Andry Rakotonirainy (Queensland University of Technology, AU)

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A cognitive schema approach to diagnose intuitive use. Application to onboard computers. A cognitive schema approach to diagnose intuitive use. Application to onboard computers.

Sandrine Fischer (University of Tsukuba, JP); Makoto Itoh (University of Tsukuba, JP); Toshiyuki Inagaki (University of Tsukuba, JP)

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				        theater-system technique: Agile designing and testing of system
				        behavior and interaction, applied to highly automated vehicles The theater-system technique: Agile designing and testing of system behavior and interaction, applied to highly automated vehicles

Anna Schieben (German Aerospace Center (DLR), DE), Matthias Heesen (German Aerospace Centre (DLR), DE), Julian Schindler (German Aerospace Center (DLR), DE), Johann Kelsch (German Aerospace Center (DLR), DE), Frank Flemisch (German Aerospace Center (DLR), DE)

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Towards a flexible UI model for automotive human-machine interaction Towards a Flexible UI Model for Automotive Human-Machine Interaction

Guido de Melo (University of Ulm, DE), Frank Honold (University of Ulm, DE), Mark Poguntke (Daimler AG, DE), Andre Berton (Daimler, DE), Michael Weber (UniversitŠt Ulm, DE)

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Developing a Low-Cost Driving Simulator for the Evaluation of In-Vehicle Technologies Developing a Low-Cost Driving Simulator for the Evaluation of In-Vehicle Technologies

Garrett Weinberg (Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs, US), Bret Harsham (MERL, US)

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NAVIGATION AND FURTHER APPLICATIONS

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Open Vehicular Data Interfaces for In-Car Context Inference Open Vehicular Data Interfaces for In-Car Context Inference

Matthias Kranz (Technische UniversitŠt MŸnchen, DE), Korbinian Frank (German Aerospace Center (DLR), DE), Daniel Hermosilla Galcern (German Aerospace Center (DLR), DE) und Eduard Weber (UniversitŠt Duisburg-Essen, DE)

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Efficiency of Visual Time-Sharing Behavior – The Effects of Menu Structure on POI Search Tasks While Driving Efficiency of Visual Time-Sharing Behavior – The Effects of Menu Structure on POI Search Tasks While Driving

Tuomo Kujala (University of JyvŠskylŠ, FI)

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Toggle Strategies for the POI selection via the iDrive controller Toggle Strategies for the POI selection via the iDrive controller

Ronald Ecker (BMW Group Research and Technology, DE), Verena Broy (BMW Research and Technology, DE), Nina Joshi (Stanford University, US)

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On Timing and Modality Choice with Local Danger Warnings for Drivers On Timing and Modality Choice with Local Danger Warnings for Drivers

Yujia Cao (University of Twente, NL), Angela Mahr (German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence, DE), Sandro Castronovo (German Research Center for Articifial Intelligence, DE), Christian MŸller (German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence, DE)

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Towards System-Mediated Car Passenger Communication Towards System-Mediated Car Passenger Communication

Angela Mahr (German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence, DE), Margarita Pentcheva (German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence, DE), Christian MŸller (German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence, DE)

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Acceptance of Future Persuasive In-Car Interfaces Towards a More Economic Driving Behaviour Acceptance of Future Persuasive In-Car Interfaces Towards a More Economic Driving Behaviour

Alexander Meschtscherjakov (University of Salzburg, AT), David Wilfinger (University of Salzburg, AT), Thomas Scherndl (University of Salzburg, AT), Manfred Tscheligi (University of Salzburg, AT)

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MULTIMODAL INTERACTION AND PHYSIOLOGICAL ASPECTS

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 Enhanced Auditory Menu Cues Improve Dual Task Performance and are Preferred with In-vehicle Technologies Enhanced Auditory Menu Cues Improve Dual Task Performance and are Preferred with In-vehicle Technologies

Myounghoon Jeon (Georgia Institute of Technology, US), Benjamin Davison (Georgia Institute of Technology, US), Michael Nees (Georgia Institute of Technology, US), Jeff Wilson (Georgia Institute of Technology, US), Bruce Walker (Georgia Institute of Technology, US)

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Heart on the road: HRV analysis for a driver's affective state monitoring Heart on the road: HRV analysis for a driver's affective state monitoring

Andreas Riener (University of Linz, AT), Mohamed Aly (International School of Informatics Hagenberg, AT), Alois Ferscha (University of Linz, AT)

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Drivers’ quality ratings for switches in cars: Assessing the role of the vision, hearing and touch senses Drivers’ quality ratings for switches in cars: Assessing the role of the vision, hearing and touch senses

Gary Burnett (University of Nottingham, UK)

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An On-Road Assessment of the Impact of Cognitive Workload on Physiological Arousal in Young Adult Drivers An On-Road Assessment of the Impact of Cognitive Workload on Physiological Arousal in Young Adult Drivers

Bryan Reimer (MIT, US), Bruce Mehler (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, US), Joseph Coughlin (MIT, US), Katie Godfrey (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, US), Chuanzhong Tan (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, US)

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INTERACTING WHILE DRIVING

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Driver behaviour during haptic and visual secondary tasks Driver behaviour during haptic and visual secondary tasks

Annie Rydstršm (LuleŒ University of Technology, SE), Camilla Grane (LuleŒ University of Technology, SE), Peter Bengtsson (LuleŒ University of Technology, SE)

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Glancing at Personal Navigation Devices Can Affect Driving: Experimental Results and Design Implications Glancing at Personal Navigation Devices Can Affect Driving: Experimental Results and Design Implications

Andrew Kun (University of New Hampshire, US), Tim Paek (Microsoft, US), Zeljko Medenica (University of New Hampshire, US), Nemanja Memarovic (University of New Hampshire, US), Oskar Palinko (University of New Hampshire, US)

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Usability Evaluation of a Volkswagen Group In-Vehicle Speech System Usability Evaluation of a Volkswagen Group In-Vehicle Speech System

Jackie Chang (Volkswagen Group of America, Inc., US), Annie Lien (Volkswagen Group of America, Inc., US), Brian Lathrop (Volkswagen Group of America, Inc., US), Holger Hees (Volkswagen Group of America, Inc., US)

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Enhanced Turning Point Displays Facilitate Drivers' Interaction with Navigation Devices Enhanced Turning Point Displays Facilitate Drivers' Interaction with Navigation Devices

Myounghoon Jeon (Georgia Institute of Technology, US), Junho Park (LG Electronics, KR)

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POSTER SESSION

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Acceptance of Tactile Belts for Directional Information Representation in Automobiles

Amna Asif (University of Oldenburg), Susanne Boll (University of Oldenburg), Wilko Heuten (OFFIS Institute of Information Technology, Berlin)

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Collision-avoidance system using auditory and haptic feedback

Eduardo Bertoldi (PolitŽcnica Universidade de S‹o Paulo, Brasil) and Lucia Filgueiras Escola (PolitŽcnica Universidade de S‹o Paulo, Brasil)

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UML for automotive multi–modal HCI

Marcel Dausend (Daimler Research & Development), AndrŽ Berton (Daimler Research & Development), Jonas Zilles (Daimler Research & Development)

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A Multifunctional Tool for Designing the HMI of Mechatronic Products

Benjamin Hesse (University of Duisburg-Essen), Gregor Hiesgen (University of Duisburg-Essen), Thorsten Brandt (mercatronics GmbH)

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Intuitively usable user-interface concepts – Safety and reliability for usage of new functions and systems

Carsten Mohs (HFC Human-Factors-Consult GmbH), Astrid Oehme (HFC Human-Factors-Consult GmbH)

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Reaction Time Differences in Real and Simulated Driving

Andreas Riener (Johannes Kepler University Linz)

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Advisory Cruise Control Device for an Intelligent Vehicle-Highway System

Qonita Shahab (Eindhoven University of Technology), Jacques Terken (Eindhoven University of Technology)

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Speech and sound for in-car infotainment systems

Ivan Tashev (Microsoft Research, Redmond), Michael L. Seltzer (Microsoft Research, Redmond), Yun-Cheng Ju (Microsoft Research, Redmond)

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Evaluating Design Language for Vehicle Instrument Clusters

Noam Tractinsky (Ben-Gurion University of the Negev), Rotem Abdu (Ben-Gurion University of the Negev), Jodi Forlizzi (Carnegie Mellon University), Thomas Seder (General Motors Research Laboratory)

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