The International Journal of Driving Science, Driver-Vehicle Systems in Advanced Environments (IJDS) focuses on the interface between intelligent and connected mobility and driver behavior and performance, aiming at efficient, safe, and clean transport of people and goods.
Published research is practice oriented and motivated by real-life problem areas, often requiring a multidisciplinary approach, combining a system-based modeling approach with experimental evidence. The target group of the journal covers researchers and engineers from different disciplines, involved in driver-vehicle systems in advanced environments with emphasis on the active position of the human as part of (closed loop) mobility processes and strategies.
Research fields include vehicle engineering; system and control engineering; electronics, information and communication technology; behavioral sciences and human factors; traffic management and control.
We launch the International Journal of Driving Science (IJDS) at a time when automated and semi-automated driving is on the cusp of becoming a reality, and it has never been more important to fully understand the performance and limitations of the human driver. We don’t yet have any fully self-driving cars on public roads, but, if and when they do appear, it won’t be in the form of door-to-door automation; a human will still need to navigate to the freeway and take over control at the other end. So, during changeover we need absolute clarity on who is responsible, and have safeguards for when something goes wrong...
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