First steps in the design of the EUCLIDE anti-collision car warning system
Road accidents are a serious problem worldwide. The European research project EUCLIDE aims to improve road safety by developing an anti-collision warning system specially designed to help the driver in poor visibility conditions. The methodological approach chosen for this purpose is a user-based design. This paper describes the first phases of the design process: analysis of the driver's needs and definition of system characteristics, based on a literature review and the use of a cognitive model. These steps will form the design basis of the EUCLIDE system and its interface during the next part of the project.
Bibliographic Reference: An oral paper given at: CIFA 2002 � Conférence Internationale Francophone d'Automatique Organised by: Institut de Recherche en Communications et Cybernétique de Nantes (IRCCyN) Held at: Nantes, 8-10 July 2002
Availability: Conference website (in French) is at: http://www.irccyn.ec-nantes.fr/cifa/
Record Number: 200214982 / Last updated on: 2002-08-19
Original language: fr
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