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Session Chair: Mathias Haimerl Session Chair: Mark Colley Session Chair: Andreas Löcken Session Chair: Andreas Riener
Location:S1|03 / 015
With modernizing traffic, a rise in automated vehicles (AVs) is expected. As AVs potentially need to communicate their intentions, external human-machine interfaces (eHMIs) are an appropriate solution.
While automotive research progresses quickly, people with special needs (PSN) are vastly underrepresented. With an aging population due to demographic changes and advances in medical treatments and with the stride towards equality and accessibility, the needs of these groups also have to be considered in the automotive domain.
We provide an inclusive platform for interdisciplinary exchange on current and future topics, especially for academia, industry, and politics. This enables different perspectives with particular (but not exclusive) regard to user experience (UX) and psychology, product design, and legislative concerns. Thus, it supports the communication and potentially founding of new topic streams. The aim is to create new interdisciplinary networks and collaborations to make future developments in vehicle-to-human (V2H) communication more inclusive.