Here you will find an overview of the scientific publications and press releases from the RUMBA project.


How to Make Reading in Fully Automated Vehicles a Better Experience? Effects of Active Seat Belt Retractions and a 2-Step Driving Profile on Subjective Motion Sickness, Ride Comfort and Acceptance.

Markus Tomzig, Dr. Nadja Schömig, Tristan Wehner, Claus Marberger, Hanna Otto, Michael Schulz, Erdi Kenar, and Andreas Schultz. (2023)

In 15th International Conference on Automotive User Interfaces and Interactive Vehicular Applications (AutomotiveUI ’23), September 18–22, 2023, Ingolstadt, Germany. ACM, New York, NY, USA, 10 pages.

Evaluation Mid-Fidelity-Prototype

As part of WP 5 “Evaluation of the concepts in terms of driving safety and user experience”, the Hochschule der Medien evaluated two concepts for innovative vehicle interiors in experimental research settings: In a field study, a vehicle interior concept was evaluated with regard to social interaction during automated driving; in a driving simulator study, the focus was on work and entertainment during automated driving. The video provides insights into the vehicle interior concepts and the approach of the two evaluation studies.

Press releases