Yıl 2019, Cilt 7 , Sayı , Sayfalar 25 - 36 2019-12-31

Otonom Araçların Türkiye Altyapısına Entegrasyonunda; Sürücü ve Yaya Güven Analizi
Driver and Pedestrian Trust Analysis On Integration of Autonomous Vehicles to Infrastructure of Turkey

Hakan BAŞARGAN [1]


Teknolojideki gelişmeler ile birlikte, bir çok sektörde teknolojik devrim yaşanmıştır. Otomotiv sektörü, bu teknolojik devrimlerin başında gelmektedir. Otonom araç teknolojisi ve bu teknoloji kapsamında bulunan sensör, kamera, radar ve karar alma mekanizmalarının gelişimi, her şirket için otonom araçların tasarımını ve geliştirilmesini mümkün kılmıştır. Bu çalışmada 107 katılımcı tarafından internet üzerinden gerçekleştirilen anket ile sürücü ve yaya / yolcu güveni analiz edilmiştir. Ayrıca, aynı anket ve aynı katılımcılar ile küçük bir otonom araç piyasası analizi yapılmıştır. Ankete katılanların % 60,7'si otonom araç ve sistemleri hakkında temel bilgilere sahipken,% 10,3'ü daha önce hiç bilgiye sahip değildir.. Trafikteki otonom araçların varlığı, katılımcıların% 73,8'ini rahatsız etmediği halde, % 6,5'I için problem olabilmektedir. Katılımcıların% 63,5'i otonom araç ile aynı şeritte seyir edebilirken,% 9,6'sı bunu tercih etmemektedir. Yaya olarak karşıdan geçmek isteyen katılımcıların % 60,7'si otonom araçlara güvenmekte. Ankete katılanların % 56,1'i otonom araç üreten diğer marka yerine yerli üretilen otonom araç kullanmayı tercih ederken,% 66,3'ü ise klasik otomobil yerine otonom araç kullanmayı tercih etmektedir. Bu analize göre, Türkiye'deki toplumun çoğunluğu otonom araca karşı olumlu bir bakış açısına sahiptir.
Due to development in technology; technological revolution has been occurred in many sectors. The automotive sector is at the head of these technological revolutions. Autonomous vehicle technology and the development of sensors, cameras, radar and decision-making mechanisms under this technology have made the design and development of autonomous vehicles possible for every company. The aim of this study is to analyze the public's confidence in autonomous vehicles. In this study, driver and pedestrian/passenger trust was analyzed with online survey which was performed with 107 participants. Furthermore, briefly autonomous vehicle market analysis was performed with same survey and same participants. While 60,7% of participants have basics knowledge about autonomous vehicles and their systems, 10,3% of attenders didn’t have any knowledge before. The presence of autonomous vehicles in the traffic is not disturb 73,8% of participants, conversely it can be problem for 6.5% of attenders. 63,5% of participants can drive on same line with autonomous vehicle while 9,6% of attenders do not prefer that. 60,7% of respondents have trust to autonomous vehicle as pedestrian who crosses over. 56,1% of participants prefer domestic produced autonomous vehicle instead of other brand who produces autonomous vehicle and 66,3% of attenders prefer autonomous vehicle in lieu classical vehicle in case of availability. According to this analysis, majority of community in Turkey have positive perspective on autonomous vehicle.
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Konular Yöneylem, Araştırma ve Yönetim Bilimi
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Orcid: 0000-0002-9475-3905
Yazar: Hakan BAŞARGAN (Sorumlu Yazar)
Kurum: Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Department of Control for Transportation and Vehicle Systems
Ülke: Hungary


Tarihler

Başvuru Tarihi : 29 Aralık 2018
Kabul Tarihi : 24 Haziran 2019
Yayımlanma Tarihi : 31 Aralık 2019

APA Başargan, H . (2019). Driver and Pedestrian Trust Analysis On Integration of Autonomous Vehicles to Infrastructure of Turkey . Alphanumeric Journal , 7 () , 25-36 . DOI: 10.17093/alphanumeric.505195