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User Experience Evaluation: Ford Co-Pilot360 Semi-Automated Driving Features

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Report Summary:

Strategy Analytics conducted a user experience evaluation of the Co-Pilot360 semi-automated driving features in a 2019 Ford Edge.  Adaptive cruise control and lane keeping assist with Co-Pilot360 handle roadway and traffic conditions quite well, but struggle with many of the same HMI limitations as other semi-automated systems.

Table of Contents

1.  Executive Summary

2.  Introduction and Methodology
     2.1  Introduction
     2.2  Methodology

3.  HMI
     3.1  Control Location
     3.2  Visual Displays

4.  Driving Tasks
     4.1  Availability of Co-Pilot360 Features
     4.2  Hand-offs and Take-overs
          4.2.1  From Driver to Co-Pilot360
          4.2.2  From Co-Pilot360 to Driver
     4.3  Vehicle Movements

5.  Final Impressions and IVX Rating

6.  Insights and Recommendations

7.  Analyst Contacts

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