Lu, Z., De Winter, J. C. F. (2015) A review and framework of control authority transitions in automated driving. AHFE 2015 Conference Proceedings
10 Pages Posted: 22 Jul 2015
Date Written: July 21, 2015
The paper reviews some of the essentials of human-machine interaction in automated driving, focusing on control authority transitions. We introduce a driving state model describing the human monitoring level and the allocation of lateral and longitudinal control tasks. An authority transition in automated driving is defined as the process of changing from one static state of driving to another static state. Based on (1) who initiates the transition and (2) who is in control after the transition, we categorize transitions into four types: driver-initiated driver control (DIDC), driver-initiated automation control (DIAC), automation-initiated driver control (AIDC), and automation-initiated automation control (AIAC). Finally, we discuss the effects of human-machine interfaces on driving performance during transitions.
Keywords: Automated driving; Control authority transitions; Driving states
Suggested Citation: Suggested Citation
Lu, Zhenji and de Winter, Joost, A Review and Framework of Control Authority Transitions in Automated Driving (July 21, 2015). Lu, Z., De Winter, J. C. F. (2015) A review and framework of control authority transitions in automated driving. AHFE 2015 Conference Proceedings. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2633846