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On the perceptibility of safety systems

  • Author(s): Grembek, Offer
  • Daganzo, Carlos F.
  • et al.
Abstract

The perceptibility of a safety system is defined as the extent to which the system can be perceived by the senses or the mind. The objective here is to study which safety systems are more easily perceived by the user and to identify design attributes that affect this level of perception. A web-based, pairwise comparison survey was conducted to evaluate the perceptibility of fifteen safety systems ranging from traffic safety systems to consumer safety. The analytic hierarchy process was applied to estimate the perceptibility levels and rank the safety systems. The results show that protection systems that require activation are more perceptible than passive ones.

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