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|Title: ||TeleFOT, field operational tests of aftermarket nomadic devices in vehicles, early results|
|Authors: ||Mononen, Petri|
Franzen, Stig E.R.
Pagle, Katia D.
|Issue Date: ||2010|
|Publisher: ||ITS World Congress|
|Citation: ||MONONEN, P. ... et al., 2010. TeleFOT, field operational tests of aftermarket nomadic devices in vehicles, early results. 2010 BEXCO. Proceedings of 17th ITS World Congress, 25th-29th October, Busan, South Korea, pp. 1-10.|
|Abstract: ||This paper presents the European Large Scale Collaborative Project TeleFOT,
describing its status and its first results. The paper is structured into two main
The first paragraph briefly introduces the justification and core elements of
TeleFOT, showing the scope and primary objectives of the project. Significant
research and development in Europe in recent years have been focusing on
Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS), since they are contributing to a change in
mobility. The number of devices supporting transportation is increasing. In
particular, the market penetration of aftermarket nomadic devices as personal
navigation devices (PND) or smart phones is growing exponentially according to
the market trends, but no scientific evidence of impacts directly related to the use
of aftermarket and nomadic devices in vehicle exist yet. Therefore there is a need
to test via Field Operational Tests (FOT) the impacts of driver support functions
on the driving task, including future interactive traffic services that will become
part of driving environment systems.
The second paragraph of this paper illustrates the Field Operational Tests to be
conducted in TeleFOT and progress reached so far in the project. These include
(but are not limited to) large scale test sites in 8 member states, FOT framework
creation, benchmarking, piloting and data analysis planning.|
|Description: ||This is a conference paper. Further deatils of the conference can be found at: http://www.itsworldcongress.kr/|
|Appears in Collections:||Conference Papers and Presentations (Design School)|
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