Designing Passenger User Experience for Working professionals inside Autonomous Vehicles with an automobile simulator of 10 Degrees of freedom (DOF), assisted with a driving companion using A. I and Machine Learning for increased productivity and efficiency in the Indian Context.
An emerging problem while transitioning from conventional cars to introducing autonomous ADAS Level 0.2 to 0.5 is the time it takes for a human driver in a partially autonomous car to retake control of the computer system. As self-driving technology is gradually getting incorporated into cars with features such as adaptive cruise control and autopilot, drivers must still be ready and able to take control of the vehicle when needed.
There is a need to enhance the Communication of automated cars with passengers so that they can trust that they are in sync with the AV artificial intelligence. The aim is to design a seamless user experience for vehicles with autonomous driving functions being brought into regular operation by 2050 in India, as predicted by the SAE (Society of automotive engineers).
Autonomous Vehicle, Interaction Design, Passenger User Experience, Work during Travel, Working Professional