Articles by David R Large
Dr. Large is a Senior Research Fellow in the Human Factors Research Group at the University of Nottingham. He has been actively involved in leading and delivering a broad range of industry, UK, and EU funded projects primarily concerning the design, evaluation, and acceptance of new and emerging vehicle-based interfaces and technology.
Deriving UX Dimensions for Future Autonomous Taxi Interface Design
Abstract Advances in autonomous vehicle (AV) technologies mean that driverless taxis could become a part of everyday life in cities within the next decade. We present a user-design activity leading to the development of an experience-design framework for autonomous taxi services of the future based on end-user expectations. We used Mozilla Hubs by Mozilla™ as […] [Read More]
Deriving Personas to Inform HMI Design for Future Autonomous Taxis: A Case Study on User Requirement Elicitation
Abstract Automated Vehicle Mobility-as-a-Service (AV MaaS)—or autonomous taxis—are expected to offer an inexpensive, mobility-on-demand service supporting greater sustainable transportation systems, including “last mile” solutions. However, to date, little is understood about how different people, whose needs and requirements may vary considerably, will best be supported to use these vehicles when there is no human driver/operative […] [Read More]