The future of advanced driving assistance system development in China
Paper in proceeding, 2011

Nowadays, with the rapid development of vehicle industry in China, an increasing number of companies realized the importance of culture adaption, when implementing ADAS (Advanced Driving Assistance System) to the vehicles in China. However, some designing issues of these systems need to be solved, taking consideration of driver's behavior and traffic situation in China. There is a lack of studies on Chinese drivers and related to HMI design of ADAS systems in the literature. There are limited reports on Chinese traffic and drivers studies, but still lack of the necessary depth. Some interaction design methodologies, including personas, focus group study, questionnaire and so on, were used in these reports. However, these studies are neither intensive nor comprehensive. Although (part of) the issues are brought up and analyzed, only general solutions are mentioned for the designing of the systems. Present paper, through literature review, indicated different areas that need to be focused on that are related to culture issues and the possible methodologies that can be applied.

driving safety

culture adaption


user-center design


Fang Chen

Chalmers, Applied Information Technology (Chalmers), Interaction design

Lian Duan

Chalmers, Applied Information Technology (Chalmers), Interaction design

2011 IEEE International Conference on Vehicular Electronics and Safety, ICVES 2011; Beijing; 10 July 2011 through 12 July 2011

978-145770576-2 (ISBN)

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Computer and Information Science





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