• August 5th, 2019

Advanced driver assistance systems have the potential to improve safety, but as they become increasingly sophisticated there is a growing risk for drivers to misunderstand their functionalities and limitations. Level 2 driving automation features, such as adaptive cruise control (ACC) combined with lane centering, primarily communicate their operating statuses to the driver through the instrument cluster. It remains an open question how interface-specific training and display content influence a driver’s use and comprehension of Level 2 automation in production vehicles.