Special issue with papers presented at DDI2018 published in the IET Intelligent Transport Systems

The special issue with papers from the 6th International Conference on Driver Distraction and Inattention (DDI2018) has been published in the IET Intelligent Transport Systems.

IET Intelligent Transport Systems is an interdisciplinary journal devoted to research into the practical applications of ITS and infrastructures. The scope of the journal includes the following is including many different areas, e.g. Autonomous Vehicles, Connected Vehicle Systems; Human machine interaction; Education, training and outreach.

The guest editors of the special issue is the organisers of the conference:
Trent Victor - SAFER/Volvo Car Corporation
Michael Regan - University of New South Wales
Alexandra Fort - IFSTTAR (French institute of science and technology for transport, development and networks)
Christophe Jallais - IFSTTAR (French institute of science and technology for transport, development and networks)

The following publications are included in the journal:
Guest Editorial: Selected papers from the 6th International Conference on Driver Distraction and Inattention (DDI2018)

Young people use their smartphone all the time – even when crossing the street?
Author(s): Mark Vollrath ; Anja Katharina Huemer ; Christin Nicolai

What contextual and demographic factors predict drivers’ decision to engage in secondary tasks?
Author(s): Kristie L. Young ; Rachel Osborne ; Sjaan Koppel ; Judith L. Charlton ; Raphael Grzebieta ; Ann Williamson ; Narelle Haworth ; Jeremy Woolley ; Teresa Senserrick

To text or not to text – drivers' interpretation of traffic situations as the basis for their decision to (not) engage in text messaging
Author(s): Tibor Petzoldt and Katja Schleinitz

Out-of-the-loop crash prediction: the automation expectation mismatch (AEM) algorithm
Author(s): Emma Tivesten ; Trent W. Victor ; Pär Gustavsson ; Joel Johansson ; Mikael Ljung Aust

Detecting sleep in drivers during highly automated driving: the potential of physiological parameters
Author(s): Johanna Wörle ; Barbara Metz ; Christian Thiele ; Gert Weller

Long automated driving phase affects take-over performance
Author(s): Aurore Bourrelly ; Charlotte Jacobé de Naurois ; Asmae Zran ; Felicie Rampillon ; Jean-Louis Vercher ; Christophe Bourdin

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