Adapting SatNav to meet the demands of future automated vehicles

David Beattie, Lynne Baillie, Martin Halvey, Roderick McCall

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Abstract

This paper questions whether satellite navigation systems (SatNav) in their current form will be useful in future automated vehicles. We highlight the current challenges to the design of SatNav systems and point out how aspects of these may no longer be essential during the transition towards more highly automated vehicles. Finally we pose a number of research questions that may be helpful to understand the evolution of SatNav systems in automated vehicles.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages4
Publication statusPublished - 19 Apr 2015
EventCHI 2015 Workshop on Experiencing Autonomous Vehicles: Crossing the Boundaries between a Drive and a Ride - South Korea, Seoul, Korea, Republic of
Duration: 19 Apr 201519 Apr 2015

Workshop

WorkshopCHI 2015 Workshop on Experiencing Autonomous Vehicles: Crossing the Boundaries between a Drive and a Ride
CountryKorea, Republic of
CitySeoul
Period19/04/1519/04/15

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Keywords

  • satellite navigation systems
  • automated vehicles
  • auditory displays
  • multimodal feedback
  • passenger awareness
  • virtual driving simulator

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Beattie, D., Baillie, L., Halvey, M., & McCall, R. (2015). Adapting SatNav to meet the demands of future automated vehicles. Paper presented at CHI 2015 Workshop on Experiencing Autonomous Vehicles: Crossing the Boundaries between a Drive and a Ride, Seoul, Korea, Republic of.
Beattie, David ; Baillie, Lynne ; Halvey, Martin ; McCall, Roderick. / Adapting SatNav to meet the demands of future automated vehicles. Paper presented at CHI 2015 Workshop on Experiencing Autonomous Vehicles: Crossing the Boundaries between a Drive and a Ride, Seoul, Korea, Republic of.4 p.
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2015. Paper presented at CHI 2015 Workshop on Experiencing Autonomous Vehicles: Crossing the Boundaries between a Drive and a Ride, Seoul, Korea, Republic of.

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Beattie D, Baillie L, Halvey M, McCall R. Adapting SatNav to meet the demands of future automated vehicles. 2015. Paper presented at CHI 2015 Workshop on Experiencing Autonomous Vehicles: Crossing the Boundaries between a Drive and a Ride, Seoul, Korea, Republic of.