Stakeholder requirements for advanced driver assistance systems to encourage safe and green driving

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  2. Dr Richard Fairchild
  3. Dr Neil Thorpe
Author(s)Brake JF, Fairchild RG, Murphy SM, Thorpe N
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Publication type Conference Proceedings (inc. Abstract)
Conference Name16th ITS World Congress
Conference LocationStockholm, Sweden
Year of Conference2009
Date21-25 September 2009
Volume
Pages7 (CD-ROM)
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In response to increasing political and individual awareness of the need to address the social and environmental costs of unsafe, inefficient and highly polluting driving styles, the Foot-LITE research project seeks to deliver innovative driver/vehicle interface systems and services to encourage long term driving styles changes. The stakeholder requirements process is critical in the development of a system in a rapidly evolving market with many competing products. This paper explains the adopted approach, including the inherent methodological benefits and risks. It concludes that consultation with diverse stakeholders such as industry experts, specialist interest groups and potential end users, elicits an appropriate, acceptable and usable definition of a driver system that is distinguishable in the market place.