Stakeholder-Centred Taxonomy Design for Automated Vehicles
Paper in proceeding, 2023

As the adoption of automated vehicles becomes more prevalent, there is a need for systematic approaches to understanding, communicating, and analyzing the design aspects of the technology. Designing a taxonomy - a hierarchical framework that classifies and organizes design elements and features - is a critical tool in this pursuit. A well-defined taxonomy provides an effective communication tool and enables stakeholders to understand, discuss, and compare system designs. However, current taxonomies often fail to consider technological advancements and the needs of stakeholders. This gap limits the understanding of vehicle automation and hinders addressing critical aspects such as safety and social impact. This workshop aims to propose a stakeholder-centered taxonomy for automated vehicles, taking into consideration the perspectives and requirements of different stakeholder groups, such as technology professionals, policymakers, and end-users. The workshop aims to identify relevant considerations for taxonomy design that cater to different stakeholders, incorporate diverse perspectives, and highlight opportunities and challenges for effective communication and decision-making in vehicle automation.


Soyeon Kim

Delft University of Technology

Elisabeth Shi

Bundesanstalt für Strassenwesen (BASt)

Fjolle Novakazi

Volvo Cars

Chalmers, Industrial and Materials Science, Design & Human Factors

Oscar Oviedo-Trespalacios

Delft University of Technology

ACM International Conference Proceeding Series

9798400701122 (ISBN)

15th International Conference on Automotive User Interfaces and Interactive Vehicular Applications, AutomotiveUI 2023
Ingolstadt, Germany,

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Vehicle Engineering



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