In order to realize higher security for PTW riders SAFERIDER intents to introduce active safe- ty and information systems in form of Advanced Rider Assistant Systems (ARAS) and On- Bike Information Systems (OBIS) for a wide spectrum of Motorcycles. The acceptance of those ARAS and OBIS will highly depend on the user interface; hence in the SAFERIDER project the Human Machine Interface (HMI) is in special focus. The SAFERIDER approach follows a methodology based on 8 development phases and will now enter phase 5 and 6 of the process. Based on the assumption that visual information is inappropriate for PTW riders the SAFERIDER HMI will be based mainly on haptic HMI elements which are presented in this paper and which will be accompanied by visual and acoustic stimuli in order to achieve a mul- timodal and organic information message that is able to gain riders acceptance.

HMI Elemente und Konzept für Motorrad Assistenzsysteme / F.Diederichs; H.Widlroither; M.Fontana; G.Bencini; N.Baldanzini; S.Granelli; S.Nikolaou; R.Montanari. - ELETTRONICO. - (2009), pp. 409-414. ((Intervento presentato al convegno Berliner Werkstatt Mensch-Maschine-Systeme tenutosi a Berlino, Germania nel 7-9 ottobre 2009.

HMI Elemente und Konzept für Motorrad Assistenzsysteme

BENCINI, GIACOMO;BALDANZINI, NICCOLO';
2009

Abstract

In order to realize higher security for PTW riders SAFERIDER intents to introduce active safe- ty and information systems in form of Advanced Rider Assistant Systems (ARAS) and On- Bike Information Systems (OBIS) for a wide spectrum of Motorcycles. The acceptance of those ARAS and OBIS will highly depend on the user interface; hence in the SAFERIDER project the Human Machine Interface (HMI) is in special focus. The SAFERIDER approach follows a methodology based on 8 development phases and will now enter phase 5 and 6 of the process. Based on the assumption that visual information is inappropriate for PTW riders the SAFERIDER HMI will be based mainly on haptic HMI elements which are presented in this paper and which will be accompanied by visual and acoustic stimuli in order to achieve a mul- timodal and organic information message that is able to gain riders acceptance.
Der Mensch im Mittelpunkt technischer Systeme. 8. Berliner Werkstatt Mensch-Maschine-Systeme 2009
Berliner Werkstatt Mensch-Maschine-Systeme
Berlino, Germania
7-9 ottobre 2009
F.Diederichs; H.Widlroither; M.Fontana; G.Bencini; N.Baldanzini; S.Granelli; S.Nikolaou; R.Montanari
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