Alexander Eriksson
Alexander Eriksson
Technical Leader - Safety aspects for interaction design in AD/ADAS, Volvo Cars
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Takeover time in highly automated vehicles: noncritical transitions to and from manual control
A Eriksson, NA Stanton
Human factors 59 (4), 689-705, 2017
Is partially automated driving a bad idea? Observations from an on-road study
VA Banks, A Eriksson, J O'Donoghue, NA Stanton
Applied ergonomics 68, 138-145, 2018
Transition to manual: Comparing simulator with on-road control transitions
A Eriksson, VA Banks, NA Stanton
Accident Analysis & Prevention 102, 227-234, 2017
Rolling out the red (and green) carpet: supporting driver decision making in automation-to-manual transitions
A Eriksson, SM Petermeijer, M Zimmermann, JCF De Winter, KJ Bengler, ...
IEEE Transactions on Human-Machine Systems 49 (1), 20-31, 2018
Driving performance after self-regulated control transitions in highly automated vehicles
A Eriksson, NA Stanton
Human factors 59 (8), 1233-1248, 2017
An evaluation of inclusive dialogue-based interfaces for the takeover of control in autonomous cars
I Politis, P Langdon, D Adebayo, M Bradley, PJ Clarkson, L Skrypchuk, ...
23rd International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces, 601-606, 2018
Turing in the driver's seat: Can people distinguish between automated and manually driven vehicles?
NA Stanton, A Eriksson, VA Banks, PA Hancock
Human Factors and Ergonomics in Manufacturing & Service Industries, 2020
How to keep drivers engaged while supervising driving automation? A literature survey and categorisation of six solution areas
CDD Cabrall, A Eriksson, F Dreger, R Happee, J de Winter
Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science 20 (3), 332-365, 2019
The chatty co-driver: A linguistics approach applying lessons learnt from aviation incidents
A Eriksson, NA Stanton
Safety science 99, 94-101, 2017
Usefulness and satisfaction of take-over requests for highly automated driving
P Bazilinskyy, A Eriksson, B Petermeijer, J de Winter
Road Safety & Simulation International Conference (RSS 2017), the Hague …, 2017
Checklist for Expert Evaluation of HMIs of Automated Vehicles—Discussions on Its Value and Adaptions of the Method within an Expert Workshop
N Schömig, K Wiedemann, S Hergeth, Y Forster, J Muttart, A Eriksson, ...
Information 11 (4), 233, 2020
The development of a method to assess the effects of traffic situation and time pressure on driver information preferences
A Eriksson, IS Marcos, K Kircher, D Västfjäll, NA Stanton
Engineering Psychology and Cognitive Ergonomics: 12th International …, 2015
The chatty co-driver: A linguistics approach to human-automation-interaction
A Eriksson, NA Stanton
Contemporary ergonomics and human factors, 2016
When communication breaks down or what was that?–The importance of communication for successful coordination in complex systems
A Eriksson, NA Stanton
Procedia Manufacturing 3, 2418-2425, 2015
Can user-paced, menu-free spoken language interfaces improve dual task handling while driving?
A Eriksson, A Lindström, A Seward, A Seward, K Kircher
Human-Computer Interaction. Advanced Interaction Modalities and Techniques …, 2014
A toolbox for automated driving on the STISIM driving simulator
A Eriksson, J de Winter, NA Stanton
MethodsX 5, 1073-1088, 2018
Drivers’ performance in non-critical take-overs from an automated driving system—an on-road study
A Rydström, MS Mullaart, F Novakazi, M Johansson, A Eriksson
Human factors 65 (8), 1841-1857, 2023
Driver Reactions to Automated Vehicles: A Practical Guide for Design and Evaluation
A Eriksson, NA Stanton
CRC Press, 2018
A survey of human machine interfaces in automated driving
C Cabrall, JCF de Winter, L Manca, S Petermeijer, A Eriksson, ...
Manuscript in preparation, 2017
The effects of information relevancy on driving behavior: A simulator study on professional bus drivers
H Nilsson, M Mullaart, N Strand, A Eriksson
Cognition, Technology & Work 23, 429-437, 2021
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