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Title: Nomadic devices in the vehicle environment: planning of field operation tests in Europe
Authors: Pagle, Katia D.
Mononen, Petri
Franzen, Stig E.R.
Ross, Tracy
Montanari, Roberto
Amditis, Angelos J.
Makinen, Tapani
Keywords: Nomadic Devices
Field Operational Tests
Traffic safety
Driver behaviour
Issue Date: 2008
Citation: PAGLE, K.D. ... et al, 2008. Nomadic devices in the vehicle environment: planning of field operation tests in Europe. Proceedings of the 15th World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems. New York City, NY, 16-20 November 2008.
Abstract: The market for the Nomadic Devices, such as on-board navigation devices and smart phones, integrated to road vehicles is increasing rapidly today. While providing uselful services for travellers, at the same time, these devices may introduce significant usability and distraction problems, jeopardizing their safety as the devices are not usually specially designed for the vehicle context. Consequently, there is a need to study the impacts of such devices by Field Operational Tests (FOT). TeleFOT (Field Operational Tests of Aftermarket and Nomadic Devices in Vehicles), is a European Commission co-funded integrated project aiming to assess the impacts of aftermarket and nomadic devices used in vehicles for driver support and to raise wide awareness of the functions and potential these devices offer, by implementing Field Operational Tests. To do so it will build, mobilise and integrate European test communities for long term testing and assessment of driver support functions through aftermarket and nomadic devices. It will also work on the related methodological framework.
Description: This is conference paper. It was presented at ITS-NY 2008: http://www.itsworldcongress.org/about-world-congress.html
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URI: https://dspace.lboro.ac.uk/2134/6063
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