Program, Presentations & Reviewed Papers

In the program below, you will find two links after every title, where you can click to download the ppt-presentation (pdf) and the reviewed paper (pdf). The titles marked with O are Oral papers and have no reviewed paper.

Final Program DDI 2009 (pdf, 221 kb): Download here

Abstract booklet (pdf, 286 kb): Download here

All peer-reviewed papers (zip file, 28 MB): Download here

All ppt-presentations (zip file, 67 MB): Download here

 

Day 1 - Monday September 28th
 

8:00-9:30 am

Registration & Coffee

9:30-10:00 am

PLENARY SESSION

 

Welcome addresses
Michael Regan, INRETS, Co-Chair
Trent Victor, SAFER, Co-Chair
Anna Nilsson-Ehle, Director SAFER
Stefan Bengtsson, First Vice President and Vice CEO, Chalmers University of Technology
Lisa Knutsson, Communications Manager, SAFER

 
10:00-11:00 am

Keynote Address 1

Chair: Adj Prof Michael Regan

Prof Peter Hancock, University of Central Florida
"On the Nature of Distraction: Driving Beyond the Biases of Hindsight"
11:00-11:30 am

Coffee break

11:30-1:00 pm

CONCURRENT SESSIONS

 


SESSION 1:
DISTRACTION - THEORY AND DEFINITION

Chair: Michael Regan, INRETS


A56‐P Driver Distraction: Toward A Common Definition
M. A. Regan, J. D. Lee & K. L. Young

         View Presentation   View Reviewed Paper

A21‐P Driver distraction and inattention: a queuing theory approach
J. W. Senders

                                             View Reviewed Paper

A48‐P The relationship between driver distraction and mental workload
T.W. Schaap, A.R.A. van der Horst, B. van Arem & K.A. Brookhuis

         View Presentation   View Reviewed Paper

A64‐P Behavioural adaptation to mobile phone legislation: Could there be unintended consequences of partial bans?
C. M. Rudin‐Brown, K. L. Young & M. G. Lenné

         View Presentation   View Reviewed Paper

 


SESSION 2:
DISTRACTION - MEASUREMENT 1

Chair: Kristie Young, Monash University Accident Research Centre


A24‐P Development and Validation of a Naturalistic Driver Distraction
Evaluation Tool
K. L. Young, M. G. Lenné, J. Archer & A. Williamson

         View Presentation   View Reviewed Paper

A30‐O Research challenges and opportunities in the study of driver distraction by technology use through naturalistic methods
N. van Nes, M. Christoph, K. Young, D. Logan, M. G. Lenné

         View Presentation

A37‐P Intrusiveness of visual detection task on secondary and driving task performances
R. K. Chilakapati, R. Broström & A. Rydström

         View Presentation   View Reviewed Paper

A70‐O A naturalistic survey of driving distractions in England
M. J.M. Sullman

         View Presentation 

 


SESSION 3: VISUAL AND ATTENTIONAL PROCESSES 1

Chair: Candida Castro, University of Granada


A1‐P How is driving related attention in driving with visual secondary tasks controlled? – Evidence for top‐down attentional control
B. Metz, N. Rauch & H‐P. Krueger

         View Presentation   View Reviewed Paper

A2‐P Un‐experienced vs. Experienced drivers. Limitations of Human Attention. An analysis of their THREE ATTENTIONAL NETWORKS
C. Castro, D. Crundall, Chapman, S. Trawley & G. Underwood

         View Presentation   View Reviewed Paper

A3‐O Attentional Inefficiency And Driving Distraction: Limits Of Alertness And Vigilance, Orienting And Executive Control
C. Castro, J. Roca, M.F. López & J. Lupiañez

         View Presentation

A4‐P Redundant head‐up and head‐down display configurations and distraction due to common secondary automobile tasks
C. J. Normark, P. Tretten & A. Gärling

         View Presentation

1:00-2:00 pm

Lunch - Restaurant Tres, ground floor

2:00-3:30 pm

CONCURRENT SESSIONS

 


SESSION 4: DISTRACTION - MEASUREMENT 2

Chair: Terry Lansdown, Heriot‐Watt University


A50‐P Frequency and Severity of In‐Vehicle Distractions – A Self‐Report Survey
T. C. Lansdown

         View Presentation   View Reviewed Paper

A53‐O Driving Scenarios: Translating experiences of stress and distraction into simulator experiments and training tools
U. Lauper

         View Presentation

A60‐O The LCT – a valid measure to assess driver distraction?
T. Petzoldt, N. Bär, C. Ihle & J. F. Krems

         View Presentation

A26‐P A method to detect inappropriate postures causing distraction via analysis of pressure distribution on the driving seat
M. Itoh & T. Inagaki

         View Presentation   View Reviewed Paper

 


SESSION 5: 
DISTRACTION - EFFECTS ON DRIVING PERFORMANCE 1

Chair: Katja Kircher, VTI


A18‐P Driving whilst using in‐vehicle information systems (ivis): benchmarking the impairment to alcohol
T. Wynn, J. H. Richardson & A. Stevens

         View Presentation   View Reviewed Paper

A20‐O Driver distraction due to listening on the mobile phone: Have we
overlooked the distinction between different types of listening tasks?
J. Irwin, E. Ma, E. Chekaluk & I. Faulks

         View Presentation

A58‐O The Moonwalking Bear Problem: Pedestrian perception as a natural proxy for driver attentiveness and the existing supportive frameworks
D. D. Levinger



A71‐O Definition of driving risk by mixture of experts
I. Mart´ın de Diego, C. Conde & E. Cabello

         View Presentation

 


SESSION 6: 
VISUAL AND ATTENTIONAL PROCESSES 2

Chair: Johan Engström, Volvo Technology


A7‐P Assessing lapses of attention in sleep disorders
D. N. Eder, D. Zou, L. Grote & J. Hedner

         View Presentation   View Reviewed Paper

A8‐P Assessment of cognitive engagement from heart rate dynamics during simulated driving with an in‐vehicle information system
D. N. Eder, W.Lu, F. Chen

         View Presentation   View Reviewed Paper

A9‐P Attention selection and task interference in driving: an action‐oriented view
J. Engström, G. Markkula & T. Victor

         View Presentation   View Reviewed Paper

A10‐P Visual attention in novice drivers: a lack of situational awareness
M. Dickinson, E. Chekaluk & J. Irwin

         View Presentation   View Reviewed Paper
 

3:30-4:00 pm

Coffee break

4:00-5:30 pm

CURRENT SESSIONS

 


SESSION 7: DISTRACTION - EFFECTS ON DRIVING PERFORMANCE 2

Chair: Trent Victor, SAFER


A27‐P Cognitive distraction and drivers’ adaptation in different driving
manoeuvres in real traffic
M. Baumann, S. Briest, S. Knake‐Langhorst

         View Presentation   View Reviewed Paper

A57‐P Is there any difference between conversing by phone and conversing with a passenger while driving?
M‐P. Bruyas & M. Taffin

         View Presentation   View Reviewed Paper

A54‐O The Impact of Poor Visual Behavior on Driving Performance in Naturally Occurring Distractions
T. Victor et al.

         View Presentation

 


SESSION 8: 
DISTRACTION - CRASHES AND CRASH RISK

Chair: Richard Hanowski, VTTI


A12‐P Relative crash involvement risk associated with different sources of driver distraction
A. Backer‐Grøndahl & F. Sagberg

         View Presentation   View Reviewed Paper

A35‐P Exploring inattention and distraction in the SafetyNet accident causation database
R. Talbot & H. Fagerlind

         View Presentation   View Reviewed Paper

A36‐P Driver distraction and inattention in the USA large truck and national motor vehicle crash causation studies
R. H. Craft & B. Preslopsky

         View Presentation   View Reviewed Paper

A39‐P Driver distraction in commercial vehicle operations
R. J. Hanowski, R. L. Olson, J. S. Hickman & J. Bocanegra

         View Presentation   View Reviewed Paper

 


SESSION
9: VISUAL AND ATTENTIONAL PROCESSES 3

Chair: John Senders, University of Toronto


A17‐P Distraction and workload: Driving on the A10 ring road around
Amsterdam
M. Hoedemaeker, J. Hogema, J. Pauwelussen

         View Presentation   View Reviewed Paper

A29‐P Heart rate variability changes during an auditory reaction time task in a simulated driving situation
N. Michael, J. Patterson, M. Dubaj & M. Schier

         View Presentation   View Reviewed Paper

A52‐P Proposing a risk monitor model based on emotions and feelings:
Exploring the limitations of perception and learning
T. Vaa

         View Presentation   View Reviewed Paper

A69‐O Executive functions contribution to older drivers performance
J. Adrian, M. Moessinger, V. Postal & A. Charles

         View Presentation
 

5:30-5:45 pm

Wrap-up Day 1
Michael Regan, Trent Victor & Lisa Knutsson

7:30 pm

Conference dinner - Universeum Science Center

Dinner speaker: Carl Johan Almqvist, Safety Director, Volvo Truck Corporation

 

Day 2 - Tuesday September 29th 
 

8:00-9:00 am

Registration & Coffee

9:00-9:15 am

PLENARY SESSION

 

Welcome addesses
Michael Regan & Trent Victor

 
9:15-10:15 am

Keynote Address 2

Chair: Dr Trent Victor

Michael Perel, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), Retired "A U.S. Perspective on Driver Distraction: Problems, Progress, Priorities"
10:15-10:45 am

Coffee break

10:45-12:15 pm

CONCURRENT SESSIONS

 


SESSION 10: 
DISTRACTION PREVENTION AND MITIGATION - HMI DESIGN

Chair: Michael Perel, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), retired


A28‐O Development of a voice commanded HUD interface for an in‐vehicle mobile phone application – exploring a technology transfer to the space industry
U. Rahe, M. Bergmark & E. Gustafsson

         View Presentation

A33‐P An attempt to mitigate driver distraction with advisory information and auditory warnings ‐ Benefits of ADAS integration and different warning types effects on driving performance
P. Alvarado Mendoza, A. Lindgren, F. Chen & J. Chen

         View Presentation   View Reviewed Paper

A34‐P The effect of redundant information in HUD and HDD on driver performance in simple and complex secondary tasks
P. Tretten, C. J. Normark & A. Gärling

         View Presentation  

A65‐P Smart Driving Aids and their effects on driving performance and driver distraction
S. A. Birrell & M. S. Young

         View Presentation   View Reviewed Paper

 


SESSION
11: DISTRACTION PREVENTION AND MITIGATION - TECHNOLOGY DESIGN 1

Chair: Peter Burns, Transport Canada


A5‐P Online estimation of the driver’s state enhancement of lane‐keeping assistance
C. Blaschke, B. Trefflich, R. Limbacher, F. Breyer, J. Freyer, S. Mayer & B. Färber

         View Presentation   View Reviewed Paper

A22‐P Issues related to the driver distraction detection algorithm AttenD
K. Kircher & C. Ahlstrom

         View Presentation   View Reviewed Paper

A46‐P Touchpad as interaction input control for use of In‐Vehicle Infotainment System
S. Norberg & U. Rahe

         View Presentation   View Reviewed Paper

A68‐O Standard Evaluation Procedures for Voice Interfaces in Vehicles
P. Burns, J. Harbluk & J. Mitroi

         View Presentation

 


SPECIAL
SYMPOSIUM 1: IMPACT OF MENTAL WORKLOAD ON THE DRIVING TASK: A PSYCHOLOGICAL AND NEUROPHYSIOLOGICAL APPROACH

Chair: Corinne Brusque, INRETS


A62‐O Attentional failures when driving: a French experience to stimulate research community on this road safety issue
C. Gabaude, A. Fort & A. Chapon

         View Presentation

A43‐P From attention to decision‐making: Neuropsychological study
A. Jacquet‐Andrieu & R. Martin

         View Presentation

A42‐O Processing of relevant visual information while driving and attention: a MEG study
A. Fort & C. Delpuech

         View Presentation

A44‐P Self assessment, questionnaires and memory tests
C. Combe‐Pangaud & A. Jacquet‐Andrieu

         View Presentation   View Reviewed Paper

A41‐O Dacota 3D: a virtual environment inspired of videos games
G. Foliot

         View Presentation

12:15-1:15 pm

Lunch - Restaurant Tres, ground floor

1:15-2:15 pm

PLENARY SESSION

 

Keynote Address 3

Chair: Adj Prof Michael Regan

Prof Claes Tingvall, Swedish Road Administration
"Vision Zero and Distraction"

2:15-3:45 pm

CONCURRENT SESSIONS

 


SESSION 12: DISTRACTION AND MITIGATION - TECHNOLOGY DESIGN 2

Chair: Martin Baumann, German Aerospace Center DLR


A11‐O Managing the Telematics Use during Drive – What does Driver Want?
F. Chen

         View Presentation

A23‐O Driver inactivity crash prevention
K. Küntzel

         View Presentation

A25‐P Management of distraction risk from mobile phones in the UK rail industry
T. Luke, J. Heavisides & D. Basacik

         View Presentation   View Reviewed Paper

A55‐O Real time distraction detection and warning system significantly
improves safety on public roads
D. Croke

         View Presentation

 


SPECIAL SYMPOSIUM 2: DIGITAL BILLBOARDS AND DRIVER DISTRACTION

Chair: Jerry Wachtel, The Veridian Group, Inc.


A63‐P The State of the Art, Practice, and Knowledge about Digital Roadside Advertising and Traffic Safety
J. Wachtel

         View Presentation   View Reviewed Paper

A51‐P Driver distraction from roadside advertising: The clash of road safety evidence, highway authority guidelines and commercial advertising pressure
T. Horberry, M. A. Regan & J. Edquist

         View Presentation   View Reviewed Paper

 


SESSION 
13: DROWSY DRIVING AND INATTENTION

Chair: Lena Nilsson, VTI


A6‐P Detecting sleepiness in truck drivers
D. Sandberg & M. Wahde

         View Presentation   View Reviewed Paper

A13‐P Predicting driver's hypovigilance on monotonous roads: Literature review
G. S. Larue, A. Rakotonirainy & A. N. Pettitt

         View Presentation   View Reviewed Paper

A72‐P Oculometric measures as an index of driver distraction, inattention, drowsiness and sleep onset
W. Torch & C. Cardillo

         View Presentation   View Reviewed Paper

A32‐O Reducing distraction with integration and interaction design?
‐Understanding how different interaction modalities affect driving performance
P. Alvarado Mendoza, F. Chen & H. Zhang

         View Presentation
 

3:45-4:15 pm

Coffee break

4:15-5.45 pm

PLENARY SESSION

 


SPECIAL
SYMPOSIUM 3: DISTRACTION - PRIORITIES FOR RESEARCH AND COUNTERMEASURE DEVELOPMENT

Co‐Chairs: Michael Regan & Trent Victor

Panelists:
Peter Burns, Transport Canada
Richard Hanowski, VTTI
Peter Hancock, University of Central Florida
Arne Nåbo, Saab Automobile AB
Michael Perel, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (retired)
Michael Regan, INRETS
Trent Victor, SAFER
Jerry Wachtel, The Veridian Group, Inc.
Kristie Young, Monash University Accident Research Centre
 

5:45-6:00 pm

Closing Remarks
Michael Regan, Trent Victor & Anna Nilsson-Ehle

 

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