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Andreas Keinath
BMW Group
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The “Out-of-the-Loop” concept in automated driving: proposed definition, measures and implications
N Merat, B Seppelt, T Louw, J Engström, JD Lee, E Johansson, CA Green, ...
Cognition, Technology & Work 21 (1), 87-98, 2019
1512019
Methods of evaluating electric vehicles from a user's perspective–the MINI E field trial in Berlin
P Cocron, F Bühler, I Neumann, T Franke, JF Krems, M Schwalm, ...
IET Intelligent Transport Systems 5 (2), 127-133, 2011
1382011
Effects of driving anger on driver behavior–Results from naturalistic driving data
L Precht, A Keinath, JF Krems
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 45, 75-92, 2017
872017
Evaluation of in-vehicle HMI using occlusion techniques: experimental results and practical implications
M Baumann, A Keinath, JF Krems, K Bengler
Applied ergonomics 35 (3), 197-205, 2004
872004
Driving performance assessment-methods and metrics
J Östlund, B Peters, B Thorslund, J Engström, G Markkula, A Keinath, ...
EU Deliverable, Adaptive Integrated Driver-Vehicle Interface Project (AIDE), 2005
832005
Towards guidelines and verification methods for automated vehicle HMIs
F Naujoks, K Wiedemann, N Schömig, S Hergeth, A Keinath
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 60, 121-136, 2019
792019
Pupillometry as a method for measuring mental workload within a simulated driving task
M Schwalm, A Keinath, HD Zimmer
Human Factors for assistance and automation 1986, 1-13, 2008
732008
Driving simulator as an evaluation tool–assessment of the influence of field of view and secondary tasks on lane keeping and steering performance
G Knappe, A Keinath, K Bengler, C Meinecke
20th International Technical Conference on the Enhanced Safety of Vehicles …, 2007
582007
How electric vehicles affect driving behavioral patterns
M Helmbrecht, C Olaverri-Monreal, K Bengler, R Vilimek, A Keinath
IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Magazine 6 (3), 22-32, 2014
572014
User responses to a smart charging system in Germany: Battery electric vehicle driver motivation, attitudes and acceptance
F Schmalfuss, C Mair, S Döbelt, B Kaempfe, R Wuestemann, JF Krems, ...
Energy Research & Social Science 9, 60-71, 2015
552015
Learning to use automation: Behavioral changes in interaction with automated driving systems
Y Forster, S Hergeth, F Naujoks, M Beggiato, JF Krems, A Keinath
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 62, 599-614, 2019
542019
User education in automated driving: Owner’s manual and interactive tutorial support mental model formation and human-automation interaction
Y Forster, S Hergeth, F Naujoks, J Krems, A Keinath
Information 10 (4), 143, 2019
522019
The MINI E field study. Similarities and differences in international everyday EV driving
R Vilimek, A Keinath, M Schwalm
Advances in human aspects of road and rail transport, 363-372, 2012
492012
Identifying the main factors contributing to driving errors and traffic violations–Results from naturalistic driving data
L Precht, A Keinath, JF Krems
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 49, 49-92, 2017
452017
Empfehlungen für die Bestimmung der Spurhaltegüte im Kontext der Fahrsimulation
G Knappe, A Keinath, C Meinecke
MMi-interaktiv 11, 3-13, 2006
392006
An assessment of cognitive workload using detection response tasks
A Conti, C Dlugosch, R Vilimek, A Keinath, K Bengler
Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Applied Human Factors …, 2012
382012
What and how to tell beforehand: The effect of user education on understanding, interaction and satisfaction with driving automation
Y Forster, S Hergeth, F Naujoks, JF Krems, A Keinath
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 68, 316-335, 2020
322020
Examining user-range interaction in battery electric vehicles–a field study approach
T Franke, M Günther, M Trantow, JF Krems, R Vilimek, A Keinath
Advances in human aspects of transportation part II, 334-344, 2014
322014
Test procedure for evaluating the human–machine interface of vehicles with automated driving systems
F Naujoks, S Hergeth, K Wiedemann, N Schömig, Y Forster, A Keinath
Traffic injury prevention 20 (sup1), S146-S151, 2019
312019
Using SHRP 2 naturalistic driving data to assess drivers' speed choice while being engaged in different secondary tasks
T Schneidereit, T Petzoldt, A Keinath, JF Krems
Journal of safety research 62, 33-42, 2017
312017
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