Human computer interaction in the highly complex field of mobility and intermodal transport leads to completely new challenges. A variety of different travelers move in different travel chains. The interplay of such different systems, such as car and bike sharing, local and long-distance public transport and individual transport, must be adapted to the needs of the travelers.
Intelligent traveler information systems must be created to make it easier for travelers to plan, book and execute an intermodal travel chain and to interact with the different systems.
Innovative means of transport are developed, such as electric vehicles and autonomous vehicles. To achieve the acceptance of these systems, human-machine interaction must be completely redesigned.

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Indicative topics/keywords of the broad spectrum of issues to be addressed:

  • Cooperative and intelligent transport systems:
    • Cooperative driving and connected vehicles
    • Smart vehicle interaction
    • User interaction for autonomous driving
  • UX research methods in the context of mobility:
    • Tools and simulations for user interfaces
    • Evaluation methods for UX of user interfaces
    • Usability tests in virtual or augmented reality
  • Automotive user interfaces:
    • Driver information and assistance systems
    • Navigation systems
    • In-vehicle head-up displays and augmented reality
    • Gaming and entertainment
    • User interfaces for (semi) autonomous driving
    • User interfaces for inter-vehicle communication in the context of V2V, V2I, Car-to-X
    • Input Media in comparison: direct touchscreen interaction, speech input, gesture control
  • User behavior and modelling, user experience:
    • Driver and passenger user experience
    • Mobility experience in travel chains
    • Driver behavior and modelling: state recognition, intelligent driving assistance
    • Traveler’s behavior and modelling
    • Mobility as a lifestyle
  • User needs in the context of mobility:
    • User requirements in the context of mobility: methods and tools
    • Women in transport
    • Mobility for elderly or disabled people
    • Multimodal and Intermodal Mobility
    • Micro Mobility
    • Mobility-as-a-Service: Concepts, Projects, Innovations
  • Smart Stations and Traveler information systems:
    • Mobility planning, City guides
    • Passenger information
    • Ticketing in public transport
    • Car- and bike sharing system: access and billing
    • Design and Functionalities of Smart or Virtual Stations
  • Mobility Platforms to connect supply and demand of mobility services
    • Digital ticketing
    • Ticketing for intermodal services
    • Design
    • Data requirements
    • Services
    • Operators
    • Security
  • Urban transport systems:
    • Engineering of mobility services
    • Transportation systems management
    • Last Mile Urban Logistics and Supply Chains
    • Traffic control center and systems
    • Visualization of traffic data
    • Decision support systems in transport
    • Road safety support systems
    • Urban Air Mobility
  • Disruptive Technologies supporting Mobility and Traffic
    • Artificial Intelligence
    • Deep Learning
    • Blockchain
    • Virtual- and Augmented Reality
  • Program Chair

    Heidi Krömker

    Ilmenau University of Technology, Germany

  • Board Members

  • Avinoam Borowksy
    Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel
  • Angelika C. Bullinger
    Chemnitz University of Technology, Germany
  • Bertrand David
    Ecole Centrale de Lyon, France
  • Marco Diana
    Politecnico di Torino, Italy
  • Cyriel Diels
    Royal College of Art, United Kingdom
  • Chinh Ho
    The University of Sydney, Australia
  • Anja Katharina Huemer
    University of the Bundeswehr Munich, Germany
  • Christophe Kolski
    Université Polytechnique Hauts-de-France, France
  • Josef F. Krems
    Chemnitz University of Technology, Germany
  • Paridhi Mathur
    Consulting Enhancing User Experience, United States
  • Roberto Montanari
    RE:LAB srl, Italy
  • Alexander Mueller
    Esslingen University, Germany
  • Matthias Rötting
    Technische Universitaet Berlin, Germany
  • Frank Ritter
    PennState University, United States
  • Philipp Rode
    Volkswagen Group, Germany
  • Siby Samuel
    University of Waterloo, Canada
  • Thomas Schlegel
    Hochschule Furtwangen University, Germany
  • Felix W. Siebert
    Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
  • Ulrike Stopka
    Technische Universität Dresden, Germany
  • Tobias Wienken
    CodeCamp:N GmbH, Germany
  • Xiaowei Yuan
    Beijing ISAR User Interface Design Limited, P.R. China

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