Best Paper Award für Christina Pakusch und Paul Bossauer

Mit ihrem Beitrag „User Acceptance of Fully Autonomous Public Transport“ zur 14. International Conference on e-Business (ICE-B) in Madrid, haben Christina Pakusch und Paul Bossauer von den Best Paper Award gewonnen.

In Ihrem Paper beschreiben sie die Nutzerakzeptanz autonomer Verkehrsmittel im ÖPNV, insbesondere die Unterschiede zwischen schienengebundenen und schienenungebundenen Verkehrsmitteln. Weiterhin werden Einflussfaktoren auf die Akzeptanz von autonomen Verkehrsmitteln im ÖPNV, wie z. B. Alter, Geschlecht und vorherige Erfahrung mit autonomen Verkehrsmitteln untersucht. gratuliert unseren beiden Matadoren herzlich!


Anbei das Abstract zum Paper:
The development of fully automated vehicles is becoming more and more present in the social discussion. The image of fully automated cars is determined by automobile manufacturers and placed in the context of individual traffic. In contrast to fully autonomous private cars, fully automated public transport is already operating in some cities and is to be expanded in the future. Autonomous public transport offers great potential for the development and promotion of sustainable mobility concepts. However, the user acceptance is important for the enforcement and widespread use of these technical innovations. An online study on the acceptance of fully automated public transport based on quantitative data of a sample of N = 201 is presented. The results show a high level of familiarity with the topic and a very high level of overall intention to use fully automated public transport in the future.

Pakusch C. and Bossauer P. (2017). User Acceptance of Fully Autonomous Public Transport.In Proceedings of the 14th International Joint Conference on e-Business and Telecommunications. ISBN 978-989-758-257-8, pages 52-60. DOI: 10.5220/0006472900520060