NAVER LABS Europe seminars are open to the public. This seminar is virtual and requires registration.
Date: 4th February 2021, 10:00 am (GMT +01.00)
From driver assistance to autonomous driving: key challenges for system ergonomics
Speaker: Xavier Chalandon heads Renault’s HMI Strategic Expertise Area which covers both engineering and human factor issues. Since 2016, he is also HMI Ergonomics leader for the Renault-Nissan Alliance. From 1990 to 2005, he held several positions at Dassault Aviation in the field of human factors applied to aeronautical engineering. He joined Renault in 2006 as manager of ‘Human Factors’ research. He received an engineering degree in Aeronautics (ENSAE), an MSc in Engineering (Stanford), and a PhD in Cognitive Ergonomics (CNAM).
Abstract: More and more driving tasks are being supported by Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) which target both safety and comfort rationales. The ergonomic integration of ADAS into the driving activity calls for a structured hazard analysis of the intended function and its possible side effects and drawbacks.
Automated Driving (AD) will bring other disruptive issues including :
– AD vehicle adaption to the co-action complexity of driving situations
– driver disengagement/re-engagement with driving tasks
We look at how these issues induce new challenges and ergonomic “proof points”.