Interaction Design of Autonomous Vehicle Based on Human Mobility

  • Jingyan QinEmail author
  • Zeyu Hao
  • Shujing Zhang
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 10920)


Autonomous vehicle extends human mobility time and space dimensions under the background of intelligent transportation system big data and artificial intelligence, and drives the three flows which include logistic, financial flow and information flow to expand the new human mobility interaction paradigm. Mobility includes not only space and physics movement, but also information and time transformation, Navigation Design and wayfinding changes. Under the new social network and knowledge map human movements based on three flows (materials flow/logistic, information flow, financial flow) take place in the three time (past, present, future) and spaces (cyberspace, inforsphere, noosphere). Consequently, the interaction model of human and autonomous vehicle based on human mobility has changed. In the model, the person is not only an individual, but also includes people in the sharing mode among the offline and online social networks which support the users identity duality in cyberspace, as well as the third life virtual agent or avatar driven by artificial intelligence in intelligent transportation systems. Human-Mobility Interaction (HMI) model supports the vehicles to complete the independent material flow driven by the information flow. The information structure and paradigm in the HMI transforms with the intelligent information in the digital environment and artificial intelligence algorithm in cyberspace. The information architecture has more interactive features of feedforward and feedback self-driving information. User Generated Contents (UGC), Professional Generated Contents (PGC) in autonomous vehicles, and Occupational-ly-generated Contents (OGC) under Intelligent Transportation System increase dramatically in Human-Mobility Interaction which correspondingly change interaction design, interface design, media and visual design.


Autonomous vehicle Human mobility Interaction design 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.School of Mechanical EngineeringUniversity of Science and Technology BeijingBeijingChina

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