Ellen Wilschut
Ellen Wilschut
Verified email at tno.nl
TitleCited byYear
Brain–machine interfaces in space: using spontaneous rather than intentionally generated brain signals
EBJ Coffey, AM Brouwer, ES Wilschut, JBF van Erp
Acta Astronautica 67 (1-2), 1-11, 2010
572010
CityMobil: Human factor issues regarding highly automated vehicles on eLane
A Toffetti, ES Wilschut, MH Martens, A Schieben, A Rambaldini, N Merat, ...
Transportation research record 2110 (1), 1-8, 2009
512009
Effects of visual search task complexity on lane change task performance
ES Wilschut, G Rinkenauer, KA Brookhuis, M Falkenstein
Proceedings of the European Conference on Human Centred Design for …, 2008
122008
Sleep and alertness in North Sea helicopter operations
R Simons, ES Wilschut, PJL Valk
Aviation, space, and environmental medicine 82 (7), 704-710, 2011
112011
The effect of see-through truck on driver monitoring patterns and responses to critical events in truck platooning
B Zhang, ES Wilschut, DMC Willemsen, T Alkim, MH Martens
International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics, 842-852, 2017
72017
Semi-autonomous driving: do drivers still respond to unexpected events?
MH Martens, ES Wilschut, J Pauwelussen MSc
15th World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems and ITS America's 2008 …, 2008
62008
An evaluation of approaches that can prevent sleepiness at the wheel TNO Report
ES Wilschut, CJ Caljouw, PJL Valk
Soesterberg: TNO, 2009
52009
Introduction to the connected cruise control and related human factors considerations
M Risto, MH Martens, E Wilschut
11th International TRAIL Congress 2010: Connecting People-Integrating Expertise, 2010
42010
Transitions to manual control from highly automated driving in non-critical truck platooning scenarios
B Zhang, ES Wilschut, DMC Willemsen, MH Martens
Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour 64, 84-97, 2019
22019
Driver Response Times when Resuming Manual Control from Highly Automated Driving in Truck Platooning Scenarios.
B Zhang, E Wilschut, D Willemsen, M Martens
RSS2017: Road Safety & Simulation International Conference, 2017
22017
Adaptive virtual tow bar and transition of control: A truck driving simulator study
ES Wilschut, D Willemsen, J Hogema, M Martens
Soesterberg: TNO, 2016
22016
The older adult road user: recommendations for driver assistance
ES Wilschut, ECM Kroon, M de Goede, A Cremers, M Hoedemaeker
International interdisciplinary conference “Ageing and Safe Mobility” held …, 2014
22014
Detectoin Drowsiness Under Different Highway Scenarios Using a Simple Hypovigilance Diagnosis System
RFT Brouwer, M Duistermaat, JH Hogema, D Waard, KA Brookhuis, ...
22005
No effects of successful bidirectional SMR feedback training on objective and subjective sleep in healthy subjects
O Binsch, ES Wilschut, M Arns, C Bottenheft, PJL Valk, EH Vermetten
Applied psychophysiology and biofeedback 43 (1), 37-47, 2018
12018
Improving the safety and mobility of vulnerable road users through ITS applications [VRUITS] D4. 1 Usability assessment of selected applications
PC Cacciabue, M Cassani, D Bell, A Morris, G Hancox, ABG Melendez, ...
European Commission/VRUITS© VTT, 2016
12016
Blind spot Detection and Warning Systems (BDWS): concepts of warning
E Wilschut, V Meijering, B Merkus, W IJsselsteijn, J Ham
Soesterberg: TNO, 2012
12012
Connected Cruise Control: Driver response to the advisory system
MH Martens, M Risto, ES Wilschut
Proceedings of the 8th International Automotive Congress. International …, 2011
12011
Evaluation of in-car systems that prevent sleepiness
ES Wilschut, CJ Caljouw, PJL Valk
Statens väg-och transportforskningsinstitut, 2011
12011
HMI Considerations for the Dutch CVIS–SAFESPOT Test Site
P Feenstra, J Pauwelussen, E Wilschut, E Koenders, A van Leijsen, ...
Congress on Intelligent transportation systems (ITS) Stockholm 21, 25, 2009
12009
Psychophysiological measures of driver state
E Wilschut, D de Waard
The Safety of Intelligent Driver Support Systems: Design, Evaluation and …, 2019
2019
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