Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and Automated Driving (AD) are a megatrend in the automotive industry. Almost all manufacturers have announced highly automated driving from 2020 onwards.
However, the perspective of the development of these systems is based on technical aspects and the human being as the center of interaction is often neglected.
High workload and stress when using driver assistance systems are therefore not rare. In addition to experiencing comfort, acceptance by humans is also a desirable feature of advanced driver assistant systems. But what do people want from advanced driver assistance systems and automated driving?