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Table 2 Takeover scenarios identified in the selected studies

From: Takeover performance evaluation using driving simulation: a systematic review and meta-analysis

Takeover event References
Obstruction of the ego-vehicle’s lane, roadwork zone or lane reduction Blommer et al. [2], Choi et al. [4], DinparastDjadid et al. [8], Dogan et al. [9], Feldhütter et al. [15], Gold et al. [17], Happee et al. [18], Lin et al. [24], Rauffet et al. [37], Vogelpohl et al. [48, 50], Wan and Wu [53], Wandtner et al. [54], Wu et al. [58,59,60], Yoon and Ji [61], Zeeb et al. [62, 63], Zhou et al. [66]
Lead-vehicle deceleration/braking or slow lead-vehicle Choi et al. [4], DinparastDjadid et al. [8], Lodinger and DeLucia [26], Louw et al. [28], Vogelpohl, et al. [48,49,50]
Vehicle cuts into the ego-vehicle’s lane Lodinger and DeLucia [26], Naujoks et al. [31], Payre et al. [33], Zeeb et al. [64]
Missing/faded lane markings Dogan et al. [9], Naujoks et al. [31], Payre et al. [32], Vogelpohl et al. [48,49,50], Zeeb et al. [63, 64], Zhou et al. [66]
Lane opening or diverging lanes DeGuzman et al. [7], Yoon and Ji [61], Zeeb et al. [63]
Pedestrian/dog/cyclist crossing De Winter et al. [6], DinparastDjadid et al. [8], Lu et al. [29]
Wind gust blowing Shen and Neyens [41], Zeeb et al. [63, 64]
Limited visibility due to adverse weather Lodinger and DeLucia [26], Louw, et al. [28], Vogelpohl, et al. [49, 50], Zhou et al. [66]
Change of road environment or traffic conditions Dogan et al. [10], Wandtner et al. [55]
Sensor failure or system’s shut-down DeGuzman et al. [7], DinparastDjadid et al. [8], Naujoks et al. [31], Louw et al. [29], Payre et al. [32, 33]