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What are the #HumanFactors challenges of #AutomatedVehicles? Looking forward to hearing @NatashaMerat's keynote at #AOW2019. Will automated transport add to our daily struggles of 'getting things done' or lighten it? How will it transform societies?

Why talk about #AutomatedVehicles at the 🇩🇪 Psych. Soc. for Work, Organizations, & Industry?

This year's theme is "New Forms of Work in the Digital World: Strengthening Alternative Competences".

What new competences do we require, collaborating w/ automation in a mobile office?
Takehome: #AutomatedVehicles is pushed as disruption tech. We often forget that engineering for critical-safety often requires slow & iterative development. Users will surprise us with how they will break our well-designed systems.

So many questions...
"There is an anticipation that #AutomatedVehicles will give users an extra half hour in their lives to work before getting into work. Your research clearly shows that human attention will continue to be a limiting resource regardless.". 1/2

"How much can we really expect workers to perform meaningful work on their commutes?

Should we even expect people to have to put up with this potentially stressful work environment?

What are the implications to the protection of a worker's health and safety? " 2/2

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