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Operator Interventions in Autonomous Off-Road Driving: Effects of Terrain

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Author(s)

Jean C. Scholtz, Brian Antonishek, J D. Young

Abstract

We participated in a field study in two terrains, arid and wooded, and compared the number and type of interventions the operators made. We also analyzed the amount of time needed to gain situation awareness in the different terrains.
Volume
3
Conference Dates
October 10-13, 2004
Conference Location
The Hague,
Conference Title
System, Man and Cybernetics Conference

Keywords

autonomous vehicles, field studies, human-robot interaction, operator interventions

Citation

Scholtz, J. , Antonishek, B. and Young, J. (2004), Operator Interventions in Autonomous Off-Road Driving: Effects of Terrain, System, Man and Cybernetics Conference, The Hague, (Accessed May 30, 2024)

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Created October 1, 2004, Updated February 17, 2017