In- vehicle intelligent information technologies as safety benefit systems: consideration of philosophy and function
Authors: Ward, Nicholas J.; Hirst, Steve
Source: Behaviour and Information Technology, Volume 16, Number 2, 1 March 1997 , pp. 88-97(10)
Publisher: Taylor and Francis Ltd
Abstract:Abstract. Various technological solutions have been advanced to address motorist failings (e.g., sensory limitations, perceptual biases, fatigue, inattention) in the acquisition of safety relevant information. One goal of these systems is to improve traffic safety. Although the functional goal of these technologies is to serve as safety benefit systems, they are foremost information technologies. This paper reviews a number of fundamental issues which underlie the basic nature of these systems as informational services. From the discussion of the philosophy of these systems in relation to the meaning of 'information', a number of functional requirements and limitations of these systems are identified.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: March 1, 1997