Acceptance of integrated active safety systems in China
Book chapter, 2015

© Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2015. Yearly almost 60,000 people are killed in traffic accidents in China due to the rapid growth of the number of vehicles and bad driving habits. There is a need to increase safety and cars are being equipped with new active safety technology known as Advanced Driver Assistant Systems (ADAS), which can help driver by warning before accidents occur. A simulator study with 16 participants was carried out at a driving simulator, which equipped with an integrated visual interface prototype developed by Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden. The interface presents information visually to the driver before any critical situation with help from three Advanced Driver Assistance Systems, Forward Collision Warning (FCW), Curve Speed Warning (CSW) and Lane Departure Warning (LDW). Questionnaires and open-ended interviews were held to subjectively measure the participants’ attitude toward the sound warnings and visual interface. Questionnaire results showed that most participants thought the sound warning could facilitate their driving while most users’ attitude towards the visual display warning were comparatively neutral. In order to better understand how ADAS technology can be designed to suite Chinese drivers, their behaviors and preferences. There is more work need to do.

User acceptance

Infotainment equipment

Active safety system

Advanced driver assistant system


J. Chen

Dalian Maritime University

Z. Liu

Dalian Maritime University

Paul Alvarado Mendoza

Chalmers, Applied Information Technology (Chalmers), Interaction Design (Chalmers)

Fang Chen

Chalmers, Applied Information Technology (Chalmers), Interaction Design (Chalmers)

Communications in Computer and Information Science

1865-0929 (ISSN)


Subject Categories

Electrical Engineering, Electronic Engineering, Information Engineering





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