Ergebnisse

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Fachvorträge

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Safety by Cooperation Dr. Andree Hohm, Project Coordinator Ko-HAF, Continental Teves AG & Co. oHG Seminarvortrag
Safety an Comfort of HAD Functions through a Continuous Data Exchange between Vehicle Fleet an Server Dr. Lukus Klejnowski, Robert Bosch GmbH und Sebastian Skibinski, Audi AG Seminarvortrag
Development of Automated Driving Functions Dr. Stefan Berger, Opel Automobile GmbH Seminarvortrag
Highly Automated Driving - Validation and Test Johannes Vetter, Continental Safety Engineering International GmbH Seminarvortrag
Focusing on the driver: A Human Factors Approach to Automated Driving Prof. Dr. phil. Klaus Bengler - TU Munich, Chair of Ergonomics Seminarvortrag
Are you Ready to Take-over? - Driver State During Automated Driving Jonas Radlmayr, TU Munich - Chair of Ergonomics Seminarvortrag
Drowsiness and Fatigue in Automated Driving - Empirical Data for an Integrative Framework Veronika Weinbeer, Audi AG Seminarvortrag
Non-driving Related Tasks in Automated Driving - Implications for Driver's Take-over Performance and HMI Design Bernhard Wandtner, Opel Automobile GmbH / Oliver Jarosch, BMW Group Seminarvortrag
Motion Pattern Recognition for Maneuver Detection and Trajectory Prediction On Highways David Augustin, Opel Automobile GmbH Seminarvortrag
Strategical and Tactical Aspects of Behavior Planning for Automated Driving on Highways Björn Reuber, TU Braunschweig - Institute of Automotive Engineering Seminarvortrag
Minimal Risk Maneuver Dr. Thorsten Leonhardt, Audi AG Seminarvortrag
Creation and Deployment of HD Map Data Dr. Gunnar Gräfe, 3D Mapping GmbH / Tobias Knerr, FORWISS (University of Passau) / Josef Schmid, Technical University of Applied Sciences Amberg-Weiden Seminarvortrag
Continuous Updating of Backend HD Map Data Based on Vehicle Fleet Data Dr. Lukas Klejnowski, Roberg Bosch GmbH / Florian Jomrich, Opel Automobile GmbH Seminarvortrag
Online Localization and Fusion via Vehicle Sensor and Backend HD Map Data Dr. Matthias Schreier, Continental Teves AG & Co. oHG / Maximilian Harr, Opel Automobile GmbH Seminarvortrag
Functional Testing of Automated Driving on Highways Holger Znamiec, TU Braunschweig - Institute of Automotive Engineering Seminarvortrag
Coordination Tools for HAD-System Testing Johannes Vetter, Continental Safety Engineering International GmbH Seminarvortrag
Simulation as Tool Matthias Burg, Continental Teves AG & Co. oHG Seminarvortrag

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Posterpräsentationen

Frontend

Function Development
Development of Maneuver-based Cooperative HAD Functions
Autonomous Reaction to Safety-Critical Situations on Highways
Visual Localization & Preaggregation
Ko-HAF Autonomous Reaction to Safety Critical Situations on Highways
Localization and Mapping Using Graph-Based Optimization
Sensor-Based Environment Model and Backend Upload
Online Fusion of Vehicle Sensor and Safety Server Backend Map Data
Cooperative HAD Effect Chain
 

Safety Server

Ko-HAF Safety Server
Multi-layer Map
In-vehicle Communication: AP1-Box and Map Cache
eHorizon for Cruising Chauffeur
Aggregation of Ko-HAF Fleet Data on the Safety Server
Aggregation of Cellular Network Quality for Highly Automated Driving by Opel
High Definition Reference Maps for Autonomous Driving
LTE Throughput Measurement and Predicition
Data Traffic from a Vehicle's Point of View
Bringing „Data-protection“ to Life on the Safety Server
Data Quality Model
Integration of the Ko-HAF Safety Server into the Cooperative Traffic Management Center (TMC) at Hessen Mobil
Data Format for Representing
and Transfering Environmental Data
 
 

Mensch Maschine Interaktion (MMI)

WP 3 – Focusing on the Driver – Key Findings and Results (1/2)
WP 3 – Focusing on the Driver – Key Findings and Results (2/2)
Wizard-of-Oz –
The Driver's State in Real-road Automated Driving
Effects of Prolonged Automated Driving on Take-over Performance
Optimizing the Human-Machine-Interface for Take-overs
Human-Machine-Interface for Highly Automated Driving
Automated Driving and Driver Drowsiness (1/3)
Automated Driving and Driver Drowsiness (2/3)
Automated Driving and Driver Drowsiness (3/3)
Camera-based Detection of Non-Driving Related Tasks
Influence of Workload and NDRT on Driver’s Gaze Behavior and Reaction
Simulator Studies on Take-over Times following naturalistic Non-driving-related Tasks
Simulator Studies on Take-over Times following naturalistic Non-Driving-Related Tasks
The Influence of Non-driving Related Tasks on Take-over Performance
Wizard-of-Oz Vehicle to Analyse Take-Over Time Demand
Monitoring Automated Driving: Measurement of Humans Fatigue
Effects of Non-Driving Related Tasks on Take-over Performance
TOC-Rating
Take-over-Controllability
The Impact of Non-driving related Tasks on Take-over Performance
Testing Scenarios for Assessing Human Performance in Take-over Situations
Organizing, Triggering and Supervising Driver Control
Concept and Role of the Takeover Management Unit
 
 
 

Funktionsentwicklung

Motion Pattern Recognition for Lane Change Prediction
Nonlinear Vehicle Control
Highway Drive and Hazard Detection
Safety Concept for Cooperative HAD Vehicles
Tactical Decision Making for Highly Automated
Driving
Briefing of Continental Teves Demonstration on B45
Briefing of Continental Teves Demonstration on Test Track
Continental's Spectrum of Driving Functions
Development of Automated Driving Functions for Public Roads
Identification of Unsafe Regions for Autonomous Vehicles
Fail-safe Motion Planning for Autonomous Vehicles
 
 
 
 

Absicherung

Simulation as Tool –
Continuous Software Testing in Simulation
TestAssist
Coordination-Tool HAD-System Test
Coordination Tools for HAD-System Testing
Prospective Effectiveness Assessment
Testmanager –
A Tool for Reproducible Test Execution
Methodology for the Testing of Automated Driving Systems
Logging Tool for Evaluation of Ko-HAF Tests and Validation
 
 
 

Kontakt

Sie haben Fragen zum Projekt? Dann schreiben Sie uns eine Nachricht:

Dr. Andree Hohm
Projektkoordinator Ko-HAF
koordinator@ko-haf.de

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Publikationen

Autor Titel Titel Konferenz oder Fachmagazin Datum
Professor Dr. Klaus Bengler HumanFactors of Automated Driving, (www.hf-auto.eu), Vorstellung des Projekts Ko-HAF Plenarymeeting des Projekts HF-Auto 6. April 2016
Dr. Stefan Lüke Kooperationsforum Fahrerassistenzsysteme Projekt Ko-HAF - Nächste Schritte zum hochautomatisierten Fahren 12. Mai 2016
Professor Dr. Klaus Bengler Vorstellung des Projekts Ko-HAF im Rahmen des Berichts der deutschen Delegation ISO WG8 Sitzung Mai 2016
Dr. Stefan Lüke Ko-HAF – Cooperative highly automated driving - Contents of the project and focus of research Autonomous Vehicle Test & Development Symposium 2016 31. Mai 2016
Kathrin Zeeb, Axel Buchner, Dr. Michael Schrauf (alle Daimler) Is take-over time all that matters? The impact of visual-cognitive load on driver take-over quality after conditionally automated driving Accident Analysis & Prevention, Ausgabe 92, Seite 230-239 Juli 2016
Frederik Naujoks, Yannick Forster, Katharina Wiedemann, Alexandra Neukum (alle IZVW) Speech improves human-automation cooperation in automated driving International Conference of Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics (AHFE) 29. Juli 2016
Yannick Forster, Frederik Naujoks, Alexandra Neukum (alle IZVW) Your turn or my turn? Design of a Human-Machine Interface for Conditional Automation 8th International Conference on Automotive User Interfaces and Interactive Vehicular Applications 24. bis 26. Oktober 2016
Dennis Befelein, Frederik Naujoks, Alexandra Neukum (alle IZVW) How do naturalistic non-driving-related tasks influence take-over time and quality during conditionally automated driving? HFES – Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Europe 26.-28. Oktober 2016
Frederik Naujoks, Dennis Befelein, Alexandra Neukum (alle IZVW) Welche Aspekte fahrfremder Tätigkeiten schränken die Übernahmefähigkeit beim hochautomatisierten Fahren ein? 32. VDI/VW Gemeinschaftstagung Fahrerassistenzsysteme und automatisiertes Fahren 2016 8. und 9. November 2016
Dennis Befelein, Frederik Naujoks, Alexandra Neukum (alle IZVW) How do naturalistic non-driving-related tasks influence take-over time and quality during conditionally automated driving? Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psychologen 26.-29. März 2017
Dr. Lutz Rittershaus (BASt) Ko-HAF: Kooperatives Hochautomatisiertes Fahren Vorstellung des Projekts im IVS-Beirat des BMVI 15, Mai 2017
Matthias Schreier, Ralph Grewe (Teves) A High-Level Road Model Information Fusion Framework and its Application to Multi-Lane Speed Limit Inference IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium 11. bis 14. Juni 2017
Alexander Schaermann, Andreas Rauch, Nils Hirsenkorn, Timo Hanke, Ralph Rasshofer (BMW), Nils Hirsenkorn, Erwin Biebl (TUM) Validation of Vehicle Environment Sensor Models IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium 11.-14. Juni 2017
Oliver Jarosch, Svenja Paradies (BMW), Matthias Kuhnt (Uni Chemnitz), Klaus Beng-ler (TUM LfE) It's out of our hands now! Effects of non-driving related tasks during highly automated driving on drivers’ fatigue 9th International Driving Symposium on Human Factors in Driver Assessment, Training and Vehicle Design 26. bis 29. Juni 2017
Lukas Klejnowski (Bosch) Towards HAD-map Change Detection on Backend Server 4. International VDI Conference - Automated Driving 5. bis 6. Juli 2017
Christian Gold (BMW), Frederik Naujoks (IZVW), Jonas Radlmayr (TUM LfE), Hanna Bellem, Oliver Jarosch (beide BMW) Testing-Scenarios for Human Factors Research in Highly Automated Vehicles 8th International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics 17.-21. Juli 2017
Claus Marberger, Holger Mielenz (Bosch), Frederik Naujoks (IZVW), Jonas Radlmayr, Klaus Bengler (TUM LfE), Bernhard Wandtner (Opel) Understanding and applying the concept of "driver availability" in automated driving 8th International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics 17.-21. Juli 2017
Yannick Forster, Frederik Naujoks, Katharina Wiedemann, Alexandra Neukum (alle IZVW) A Human-Machine Interface for Cooperative Highly Automated Driving 8th International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics 17.-21. Juli 2017
Dennis Befelein, Frederik Naujoks, Kathrin Wiedemann, Alexandra Neukum (IZVW) A review of non-driving related tasks used in studies on automated driving 8th International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics 17. bis 21. Juli 2017
Holger Znamiec, Björn Reuber, Roman Henze, Ferit Kücükay (IfF) A method for the efficent testing of new automated driving functions FAST-zero `17 (Future Active Safety Technology Toward zero traffic accidents) 18. bis 22. September 2017
Alexander Frey (BASt) Vigilanz in einer monotonen, teilautomatisierten Realfahrt Doktorandenworkshop der Fachgruppe Verkehrspsychologie an der TU Braunschweig 19. September 2017
Holger Znamiec, Björn Reuber, Roman Henze, Ferit Kücükay (IfF) Methodik für das effiziente Testen zukünftiger Generationen automatisierter Fahrfunktionen IEDAS – Activesafety and automateddriving, 3. Interdisciplinary expert dialogue 25. bis 26. Oktober 2017
Christian Gold, Marie-Lene Meyer, Florian Fischer (BMW) Übernahmeleistung in einem Wizard of Oz Versuchsträger beim hochautomatisierten Fahren 3. Interdisziplinärer Expertendialog Aktive Sicherheit und automatisiertes Fahren 25. bis 26. Oktober 2017
Claus Marberger, Andreas Korthauer, Dietrich Manstetten (Bosch), Frederik Naujoks, Katharina Wiedemann, Christian Purucker (WIVW) Hochautomatisiertes Fahren im öffentlichen Verkehr – Erste Ergebnisse einer Realfahrzeugstudie zur Bewertung der User Experience sowie der Fahrerleistung in Übernahmesituationen 8. TagungFahrerassistenz TÜV Süd 22. November 2017
Yannick Forster, Frederik Naujoks, Alexandra Neukum (IZVW) Driver Compliance to Take-Over Requests with Different Auditory Outputs in Conditional Automation Journal Accident Analysis and Prevention Dezember 2017
Frederik Naujoks, Christian Purucker, Katharina Wiedemann (IZVW), Claus Marberger (Bosch) Non-critical state transitions during conditionally automated driving on German freeways: Effects of non-driving related tasks on take-over time and take-over quality Journal "Human Factors" November 2017
Bernhard Wandtner, Gerald Schmidt (Opel), Nadja Schömig, Wilfried Kunde (IZVW) Non-driving related tasks in highly automated driving – Effects of task modalities and cognitive workload on take-over performance 9. GMM Fachtagung Automotive meets Electronics 7. bis 8. März 2018
Bernhard Wandtner, Gerald Schmidt (Opel), Nadja Schömig (WIVW), Wilfried Kunde (IZWV) Non-driving related tasks in highly automated driving – Effects of task modalities and cognitive workload on take-over performance AmE 2018 – Automotive meets Electronics 7. bis 8.März 2018
Alexander Frey (BASt) Monitoring Automated Driving: Physiological Measurement of Humans’ Fatigue TRA Vienna 2018 16.-19. April 2018
Frederik Naujoks, Katharina Wiedemann, Nadja Schömig (IZVW), Oliver Jarosch, Christian Gold (BMW) Expert-based controllability assessment of control transitions from automated to manual driving MethodsX, Volume 5, Pages 579-592 Mai 2018
Jonas Radlmayr, Fabian Marco Fischer, Klaus Bengler (LfE) The Influence of Non-Driving Related Tasks on Driver Availability in the Context of Conditionally Automated Driving IEA 2018 26.-30. August 2018
Frederik Naujoks, Yannick Forster, Kathrin Wiedemann, Alexandra Neukum (IZVW) Improving Usefulness of Automated Driving by Lowering Primary Task Interference through HMI Design Journal of Advanced Transportation August 2018
Timo Pech, Stephan Enhuber, G. Wanielik (TU Chemnitz), Bernhardt Wandtner, Gerald Schmidt (Opel) Real Time Recognition of Non-Driving Related Tasks in the Context of Highly Automated Driving Advanced Microsystems for Automotive Applications 11.-12. September 2018
David Augustin, Marius Hofmann (Opel), Ulrich Konigorski (TU Darmstadt) Motion Pattern Recognition for Maneuver Detection and Trajectory Prediction on Highways IEEE ICVES 12.-14- September 2018
Alexander Frey Müdigkeit in einer automatisierten Realfahrt Doktorandenworkshop 2018 der DGPs (Fachgruppe Verkehrspsychologie) 25. - 27.September
Jonas Radlmayr et al. (LfE) Peripheral Monitoring of Traffic in Conditionally Automated Driving HFES 2018 1.-5. Oktober 2018
Jonas Radlmayr, Klaus Bengler (LfE) Peripheral Monitoring of Traffic in Conditional Automated Driving Meeting Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 8. bis 10. Oktober 2018, Berlin
Jonas Radlmayr, Anna Feldhütter, Klaus Bengler (LfE), Alexander Frey (BASt), Oliver Jarosch (BMW), Claus Marberger (Bosch), Frederik Naujoks (IZVW), Veronika Weinbeer (Audi) Drowsiness and fatigue in conditionally automated driving – Towards an integrative framework HFES Europe 2018 8.-10. Oktober 2018
Frauke Berghöfer, Christian Purucker, Frederik Naujoks, Katharina Wiedemann (IZVW), Claus Marberger (Bosch) Individual Factors to Predict Take-Over Time in Highly Automated Driving HFES Europe 2018 8.-10. Oktober 2018
Bernhard Wandtner, Gerald Schmidt (Opel), Nadja Schömig (WIVW) Secondary task engagement and disengagement in the context of highly automated driving Journal "Transportation Research Part F" Oktober 2018
Dennis Befelein, JulianeBoschet, Alexandra Neukum (WIVW) Influence of non-driving-related tasks’ motivational aspects and interruption effort on driver take-over performance in conditionally automated driving DDI 2018, Göteborg 15.-17. Oktober 2018
Oliver Jarosch (BMW), Hanna Bellem (Bosch), Klaus Bengler (TUM, LfE) Effects of Task-Induced Fatigue in Prolonged Conditional Automated Driving Journal of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Oktober 2018
Oliver Jarosch, Christian Gold, Frederik Naujoks (BMW), Bernhard Wandtner (Opel), Claus Marberger (Bosch), Galia Weidl, Michael Schrauf (Daimler) The Impact of Non-Driving Related Tasks on Take-over Performance in Conditionally Automated Driving – A Review of the Empirical Evidence Transportation Research Journal - Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour Oktober 2018
Florian Jomrich, Steffen Knapp (Opel), Josef Schmid, Alfred Höß (OTH-AW), Ralf Steinmetz (TU Darmstadt), Björn Schuller (Universität Passau) Analysing the communication requirements for updating and providing fleet supported back end HD-Map data needed for highly automated driving IEEE Vehicular Networking Conference (VNC) 5.-7. Dezember 2018