Gerald J. Schmidt
Gerald J. Schmidt
Furtwangen University
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Effects of non-driving related task modalities on takeover performance in highly automated driving
B Wandtner, N Schömig, G Schmidt
Human factors 60 (6), 870-881, 2018
212018
Driving behaviour at traffic light intersections
L Rittger, G Schmidt, C Maag, A Kiesel
Cognition, Technology & Work 17 (4), 593-605, 2015
212015
Secondary task engagement and disengagement in the context of highly automated driving
B Wandtner, N Schömig, G Schmidt
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 58, 253-263, 2018
92018
Non-driving related tasks in highly automated driving – Effects of task modalities and cognitive workload on take-over performance
B Wandtner, G Schmidt, N Schoemig, W Kunde
AmE 2018 - Automotive meets Electronics, 2018
62018
Towards an assistance strategy that reduces unnecessary collision alarms: An examination of the driver’s perceived need for assistance.
C Kaß, GJ Schmidt, W Kunde
Journal of experimental psychology: applied 25 (2), 291, 2019
52019
Guiding Driver Visual Attention with LEDs
GJ Schmidt, L Rittger
Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Automotive User …, 2017
52017
Violating the driver’s threat anticipation and the effect of different modalities for Forward Collision Warnings (FCW)
G Schmidt, HP Krüger
HFES Europe Chapter Conference, 2010
52010
Successive categorization of perceived urgency in dynamic driving situations
GJ Schmidt, A Khanafer, D Balzer
SAE Technical Paper, 2009
52009
The influence of anticipation and warnings on collision avoidance behavior of attentive drivers
G Schmidt
32012
Understanding the Differences between Human and System Hazard Perception in Potential Collision Situations
C Kass, G Schmidt, W Kunde
7. Interdisziplinärer Workshop: Kognitive Systeme - Mensch, Teams, Systeme …, 2018
22018
Masking Action Relevant Stimuli in dynamic environments–The MARS method
L Rittger, A Kiesel, G Schmidt, C Maag
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 27, 150-173, 2014
22014
Masking Action Relevant Stimuli in dynamic environments–The MARS method
L Rittger, A Kiesel, G Schmidt, C Maag
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 27, 150-173, 2014
22014
Wie spezifisch muss eine Warnung sein? Zur Verwendung von Master Alerts in der multiplen Fahrerassistenz
R Zarife, G Schmidt, R Kenntner-Mabiala, B Metz, HP Krueger
VDI-Berichte, 2012
22012
Short-term Effects of Unnecessary Collision Alarms on Driver Behaviour
C Kaß, GJ Schmidt, W Kunde
Human Factors and Ergonomics Society - Europe Chapter, 2018
12018
Real Time Recognition of Non-driving Related Tasks in the Context of Highly Automated Driving
T Pech, S Enhuber, B Wandtner, G Schmidt, G Wanielik
International Forum on Advanced Microsystems for Automotive Applications, 43-55, 2018
12018
HMI for the anticipation of upcoming curvature in automated lateral control
L Rittger, K Wiedemann, N Schömig, G Schmidt, CA Green
8. Tagung Fahrerassistenz, 2017
12017
Identifying Factors that Cause Discrepancies between Human and System Hazard Perception in Potential Collision Situations
C Kaß, GJ Schmidt, W Kunde
Kognitive Systeme 1, 2018
2018
To warn or not to warn? Towards an assistance strategy that reduces unnecessary collision alerts
C Kaß, GJ Schmidt, N Schneider, W Kunde
Human Factors and Ergonomics Society - Europe Chapter, 2017
2017
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