Day 3

September 25
Sheraton Centre Hotel

07:30 - 16:00

Location: Foyer of Civic Ballroom 


07:15 - 08:30

Location: Foyer of Civic Ballroom 


08:30 - 09:30

Location: Civic Ballroom

Session 4: Augmented Reality

Session Chair: Wendy Ju

  • Establishing the Role of a Virtual Lead Vehicle as a Novel Augmented Reality Navigational Aid

    Bethan Hannah Topliss, Sanna M. Pampel, Gary Burnett, Lee Skrypchuk, Chrisminder Hare

  • Camera-View Augmented Reality: Overlaying Navigation Instructions on a Real-Time View of the Road

    S. Tarek Shahriar, Andrew L. Kun

  • Effect of Volumetric Displays on Depth Perception in Augmented Reality

    Lee Lisle, Kyle Tanous, Hyungil Kim, Joseph L. Gabbard, Doug Bowman

  • Augmented Reality Displays for Communicating Uncertainty Information in Automated Driving

    Alexander Kunze, Stephen J. Summerskill, Russell Marshall, Ashleigh J. Filtness

09:30 - 11:00

Location: Kent and Huron

Papers Poster Session (with 1 minute madness): Special Approaches

Session Chair: Brittany Noah

  • P1 - Design Guidelines for Reliability Communication in Autonomous Vehicles

    Sarah Faltaous, Martin Baumann, Stefan Schneegass, Lewis L. Chuang

  • P2 - gAR-age: A Feedback-Enabled Blended Ecosystem for Vehicle Health Monitoring

    Sitara Kamal Shah, Snigdha Petluru, Rishabh Singh, Saurabh Srivastava

  • P3 - How Usability Can Save the Day – Methodological Considerations for Making Automated Driving a Success Story

    Yannick Forster, Sebastian Hergeth, Frederik Naujoks, Josef Krems

  • P4 - Where Autonomous Buses Might and Might Not Bridge the Gaps in the 4 A’s of Public Transport Passenger Needs – A Review

    Alexandra Millonig, Peter Fröhlich

  • P5 - Eliciting Driver Stress Using Naturalistic Driving Scenarios On Real Roads

    Sonia Baltodano, Jesus Garcia-Mancilla, Wendy Ju

  • P6 - Looming Auditory Collision Warnings for Semi-Automated Driving: An EEG/ERP Study

    Marie Lahmer, Christiane Glatz, Verena Carola Seibold, Lewis L Chuang

  • P7 - Evaluating How Interfaces Influence the User Interaction with Fully Autonomous Vehicles

    Luis Oliveira, Jacob Luton, Sumeet Iyer, Chris G Burns, Alexander Mouzakitis, Paul Jennings, Stewart Birrell

  • P8 - An Investigation into Glace-free Operation of a Touchscreen With and Without Haptic Support in the Driving Simulator

    Ercan Tunca, Peter Lotz, Ingo Zoller

  • P9 - Designing a Guardian Angel: Giving an Automated Vehicle the Possibility to Override its Driver

    Steffen Maurer, Susanne Kuhnert, Issam Kraiem, Rainer Erbach, Enrico Rukzio, Petra Grimm

  • P10 - I See Your Point: Integrating Gaze to Enhance Pointing Gesture Accuracy While Driving

    Florian Roider, Tom Gross

11:00 - 12:00

Location: Civic Ballroom

Session 5: Coordination with Other Road Users

Session Chair: Andrea Furlan

  • Follow Me: Exploring Strategies and Challenges for Collaborative Driving

    Nicole Perterer, Susanne Meerwald-Stadler, Sandra Trösterer, Alexander Meschtscherjakov, Manfred Tscheligi

  • To Cross or Not to Cross: Urgency-Based External Warning Displays on Autonomous Vehicles to Improve Pedestrian Crossing Safety

    Yeti Li, Murat Dikmen, Thana G. Hussein, Yahui Wang, Catherine Burns

  • A Field Study Of Pedestrians And Autonomous Vehicles

    Samantha Reig, Selena Norman, Cecilia G. Morales, Samadrita Das, Aaron Steinfeld, Jodi Forlizzi

  • ¡Vamos! Observations of Pedestrian Interactions with Driverless Cars in Mexico

    Rebecca Currano, So Yeon Park, Lawrence Domingo, Jesus Garcia-Mancilla, Pedro C. Santana-Mancilla, Victor Manuel Gonzalez, Wendy Ju

12:00 - 12:30

Location: Civic Ballroom


12:30 - 13:30

Location: Civic Ballroom

Lunchtime Panel

Automotive User Interfaces - What We Know and the Future

Joanne Harbluk, Transport Canada

Andreas Riener, Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt
Bobbie Seppelt, MIT
Gary Burnett, University of Nottingham
Jeffry Greenberg, Ford USA

13:30 - 15:30

Location: Kent and Huron

15:30 - 16:30

Location: Civic Ballroom

Session 6: Driving in Context

Session Chair: Paul Green

  • Where to Look: Exploring Peripheral Cues for Shifting Attention to Spatially Distributed Out-of-View Objects

    Uwe Gruenefeld, Andreas Löcken, Yvonne Brueck, Susanne Boll, Wilko Heuten

  • Drowsiness Detection and Warning in Manual and Automated Driving: Results from Subjective Evaluation

    Thomas Kundinger, Andreas Riener, Nikoletta Sofra, Klemens Weigl

  • Don't Be Alarmed: Sonifying Autonomous Vehicle Perception to Increase Situation Awareness

    Nick Gang, Srinath Sibi, Romain Michon, Brian Mok, Chris Chafe, Wendy Ju

  • Why Disable the Autopilot?

    Hanneke Hooft van Huysduynen, Jacques Terken, Berry Eggen

16:30 - 17:00

Location: Civic Ballroom

Closing Remarks