Lessons Learned in Participant Management and HMI design during the establishment of a CITS testbed

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Vanessa, Vecovski; John, Wall; Tyler, Paul


2016-10-10


Conference Material


23rd World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems


Melbourne, Australia


The Cooperative Intelligent Transport Initiative is the establishment of an integrated testbed in the Illawarra region of New South Wales to facilitate the testing, measuring and assessing of CITS, with a focus on road safety applications. Almost 60 heavy vehicles and a range of roadside infrastructure have been fitted with CITS. Participating drivers receive visual and auditory messages on an in-vehicle display. Messages include collision avoidance warning between equipped vehicles and alerts when exceeding the heavy vehicle speed limit or approaching red traffic signals. This paper will discuss some of the lessons learned in the establishment of the testbed in relation to participant management and the design of the human machine interface.


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http://www.itsworldcongress2016.com/


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Vanessa, Vecovski; John, Wall; Tyler, Paul. Lessons Learned in Participant Management and HMI design during the establishment of a CITS testbed.[Conference Material]. 2016-10-10. <a href="http://hdl.handle.net/102.100.100/89572?index=1" target="_blank">http://hdl.handle.net/102.100.100/89572?index=1</a>



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