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Ein Vergleich von Herstellerkommunikation und kundenseitigen Akzeptanzfaktoren bezogen auf autonomes Fahren

  • Jan-Gerrit GrotenhermenEmail author
  • Gerhard Schewe
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Zusammenfassung

Autonome Fahrtechnologien haben das Potential, die Art und Weise, wie Menschen sich fortbewegen, grundlegend zu verändern. Sowohl die öffentliche Debatte, als auch wissenschaftliche Erkenntnisse zeigen, dass Sicherheitsbedenken und das Misstrauen potentieller Nutzer gegenüber autonomen Fahrzeugen große Hürden für die Adoption darstellen [17], [26]. Hersteller setzen hohe Erwartungen in die Technologie, wenngleich hochautomatisierte oder vollständig autonome Fahrzeuge derzeit noch nicht am Markt verfügbar sind.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Lehrstuhl für OrganisationWestfälische Wilhelms-Universität MünsterMünsterDeutschland

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