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Alexander Eriksson
Alexander Eriksson
Technical Leader - Safety aspects for interaction design in AD/ADAS, Volvo Cars
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei volvocars.com
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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
6942017
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
2932018
Transition to manual: Comparing simulator with on-road control transitions
A Eriksson, VA Banks, NA Stanton
Accident Analysis & Prevention 102, 227-234, 2017
1502017
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
1292018
Driving performance after self-regulated control transitions in highly automated vehicles
A Eriksson, NA Stanton
Human factors 59 (8), 1233-1248, 2017
1042017
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
382018
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
362020
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
362019
The chatty co-driver: A linguistics approach applying lessons learnt from aviation incidents
A Eriksson, NA Stanton
Safety science 99, 94-101, 2017
302017
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
252017
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
202020
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
182015
The chatty co-driver: A linguistics approach to human-automation-interaction
A Eriksson, NA Stanton
Contemporary ergonomics and human factors, 2016
152016
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
112015
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
112014
A toolbox for automated driving on the STISIM driving simulator
A Eriksson, J de Winter, NA Stanton
MethodsX 5, 1073-1088, 2018
92018
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
82023
Driver Reactions to Automated Vehicles: A Practical Guide for Design and Evaluation
A Eriksson, NA Stanton
CRC Press, 2018
82018
A survey of human machine interfaces in automated driving
C Cabrall, JCF de Winter, L Manca, S Petermeijer, A Eriksson, ...
Manuscript in preparation, 2017
72017
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
62021
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