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Recent years have seen the introduction of "driver assistance systems," or ADAS, in nearly every new model of car. These systems help drivers in a number of ways, as is evident from years of experience, which includes warning drivers in the event of an alert, reducing driver stress, and so on. Due to a lack of trust between driver-vehicle automation, research into technologies that ensure not only safety standards, but also caring for comfort and personalization parameters of a user, remains necessary. To get there, we need in-vehicle assistance systems equipped with cognitively-enabled technologies. Once widely adopted, these systems will improve people's confidence in their automobiles. This is why modern advancements may inspire a societal shift toward automating more tasks and placing greater trust in machines.

Goals and Topic

The primary goal of this workshop is to open up a discussion amongst scholars and specialists in the automobile industry about the following issues:

  • Solutions for the next generation of sophisticated driver assistance systems that focus on the user

  • The value of people in user-centered design

  • Research on "users" and "usability"

  • Studies of user-focused approaches

  • Barriers to ADAS uptake by end users

  • Ascertaining how open users are to adopting innovative ADAS systems

  • User-Technology Interaction (UTI)

  • User-friendly approach to ADAS function enhancement

  • Technologies for in-vehicle driver assistance

  • Cognitively enabled technology focuses on human needs

Important Dates

Submission of papers by: June 14, 2023

Notification of intimation by: TBD

Date of workshop: TBD 

Date of conference: September 18-21, 2023

Paper Template

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We look forward to your submissions!

Submission Link

AutomotiveUI workshop papers are peer-reviewed, archival publications of original research. Authors are invited to submit papers formatted in accordance with the new single-column ACM SIGCHI format using the Precision Conference Submission System. All accepted papers will be included in the adjunct proceedings which will be archived in the ACM Digital Library. For accepted papers, at least one author is required to register for the conference and present the work in-person. 

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