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European Conference on Human Centred Design for Intelligent Transport Systems

Call for papers for the fifth conference organised by HUMANIST Virtual Centre of Excellence (VCE).

30 June 2016 - 1 July 2016
United Kingdom

The HUMANIST VCE organises the Fifth European Conference on Human Centred Design for Intelligent Transport Systems.

This conference will be held on 30 June and 1 July 2016 in Loughborough, UK, and will address the following topics:

1/ Human Factors including: ITS User services, Intelligent user interface, User experience & sustainability, Human error, Tools to analyse human factors, Distraction, attention, emotion & workload, Neuro sciences in ergonomics, Diversity and specificity of road user groups, Drivers'/riders' needs and acceptance of assistance functions;

2/ HMI & Design including: Effects of in-vehicle systems on driver performance, Human Centred Design, Cooperative systems acceptability and usability, Acceptability of electromobility, Smart mobility, Automation & trust, Intelligent vehicles, Human Machine Interaction, Effects of ITS on driver behaviour and interaction with the systems, Field Operational Tests and Naturalistic Driving Studies, Generic User Interfaces for assistance systems;

3/ Safety including: Safety & Mobility, Safety of nomadic & mobile services, In-vehicle devices & driving safety, ITS to support VRU's safety;

4/ Ecomobility including: Social networks for ecomobility, Training for ecomobility, Tools and methodologies for driver/rider eco-driving/eco-riding training, Green ITS to meet new driver needs, Green driving/riding;

5/ Methodologies including: Tools and methodologies for safety and usability assessment, Modelling of drivers'/riders' behaviour for ITS design.

The Call for Papers for this conference as well as extended abstracts (2 pages) submission are available on the conference website:


Human centred design, ITS, Intelligent Transport Systems, Human factors, HMI, Safety, Ecomobility, Methodologies