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.
Ilmenau University of Technology, Germany
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