Assisted Eco-Driving: A Practical Guide to the Design and Testing of an Eco-Driving Assistance System (EDAS)

Craig Allison, James Fleming, Xingda Yan, Roberto Lot, Neville Stanton

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Abstract

This book discusses an integrative approach combining Human Factors expertise with Automotive Engineering. It develops an in-depth case study of designing a fuel-efficient driving intervention and offers an examination of an innovative study of feed-forward eco-driving advice.

Assisted Eco-Driving: A Practical Guide to the Design and Testing of an Eco-Driving Assistance System offers an examination of an innovative study of feed-forward eco-driving advice based on current vehicle and road environment status. It presents lessons, insights and utilises a documented scientific and research-led approach to designing novel speed advisory and fuel use minimisation systems suitable for combustion vehicles, hybrids and electric vehicles

The audience consists of system designers and those working with interfaces and interactions, UX, human factors and ergonomics and system engineering. Automotive academics, researchers, and practitioners will also find this book of interest.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationBoca Raton
PublisherC R C Press
Number of pages266
ISBN (Electronic)9781003081173
ISBN (Print)9780367532628
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 18 Nov 2021

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