Anthropomorphism: an investigation of its effect on trust in human-machine interfaces for highly automated vehicles
Paper i proceeding, 2018

Trust has been identified as a major factor in relation to user acceptance of Highly Automated Vehicles (HAV). A positive correlation has been suggested between increased trust and the use of anthropomorphic features in interfaces. However, more research is necessary to establish whether this is true in an HAV context. Thus, the aim of this study was to investigate how trust in HAVs is influenced by HMI design with different degrees of anthropomorphism: baseline, caricature, and human. Ten subjects participated in an in-vehicle trial to test the designs. The results showed no significant difference in levels of trust between conditions. Instead, it was found that anthropomorphism may affect user acceptance indirectly through its effect on perceived ease of use and usefulness. The findings imply that designers must be cautious when using anthropomorphism and consider adaptability and customisability to incorporate new and diverse user needs associated with the use of HAV.

Anthropomorphism

Human – Machine Interaction

Highly Automated Vehicles

Författare

Erik Aremyr

Chalmers, Industri- och materialvetenskap, Design and Human Factors

Martin Jönsson

Chalmers, Industri- och materialvetenskap, Design and Human Factors

Helena Strömberg

Chalmers, Industri- och materialvetenskap, Design and Human Factors

Proceedings of the 20th Congress of the International Ergonomics Association (IEA 2018)

Congress of the International Ergonomics Association
Florence, Italy,

HMI för autonoma fordon - HATric

VINNOVA, 2014-08-01 -- 2017-06-30.

Styrkeområden

Transport

Ämneskategorier

Interaktionsteknik

Mänsklig interaktion med IKT

Människa-datorinteraktion (interaktionsdesign)

DOI

10.1007/978-3-319-96074-6_37

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2018-12-13