A rider and his horse are attuned to each other, but how about a user and a computer and a driver with his vehicle.  Cars “talk” with us through lights and beeping sounds to alert the driver. In this area of human machine interaction, much can change and improve. People’s behaviour shows us mobility even when people experience . We experience mobility by means of the behaviour of other drivers: safe, unsafe , polite, lethargic, aggressive. Will we be able to select the driving style of our autopilot for a journey from A to B? How do other road users or pedestrians react when they see an empty autonomous vehicles? Is the car going to take a driving exam? Will the autopilot of the car read and understand the behavior of other road users and will it anticipate a child crossing the road to get  a ball just rolling on the street?  The following topics are part of the legal domain.

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Read this if you are new to the subject:
ITS Ronde tafel human behaviour

Read this if you are familiar with the subject and want to know more:
Driver behaviour in relation to automation of the driving task

If you are familiar and want to read the latest of our documents on the subject:
Transition of control in highly automated vehicles