An Investigation of Drivers’ Adaptation Behavior and Decision Making When Interacting with CAV Technologies
Associate Professor of Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering, College of Engineering and Computer Science, the University of Michigan-Dearborn, Associate Research Scientist, Human Factors, University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute and Intermittent Lecturer in Industrial and Operations Engineering, College of Engineering
Former Assistant Research Scientist, University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute
Associate Research Scientist, Human Factors, University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute
Research Associate Professor of Biosciences and Research Associate Professor, University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute
This study examined drivers’ adaptation behavior when interacting with connected and automated vehicle (CAV) technologies while driving on actual roads, and furthered understanding of the positive and negative safety consequences of those advanced technologies.
(1) Computational models to predict drivers’ decision making in adapting to CAV safety systems, and (2) quantification of safety consequences from drivers’ adaptation behavior.