OBICEIURI DE CONDUCERE ȘI DE FOLOSIRE A SISTEMULUI GPS MONTAT ÎN AUTOVEHICULELE ȘOFERILOR DIN ROMÂNIA

Fanni Vörös1, Mátyás Magyari2, Béla Kovács3

1 ELTE Universitatea Eötvös Loránd, Departamentul de Cartografie și Geoinformatică, H-1117 Budapesta, Pázmány Péter sétány 1/A, Ungaria, vorosfanni@map.elte.hu
2 Universitatea Babeș-Bolyai, Facultatea de Geografie, str. Clinicilor 5-7., 400006 Cluj-Napoca, România, matyasmagyari47@gmail.com
3 ELTE Universitatea Eötvös Loránd, Departamentul de Cartografie și Geoinformatică, H-1117 Budapesta, Pázmány Péter sétány 1/A, Ungaria, climbela@map.elte.hu
 

Abstract: Driving and built-in GPS usage habits of Romanian drivers Taking certain aspects (such as travel time and length) into consideration, route planning is an important component of people transportation, especially if it takes place in an unknown area. Some still use traditional, paper-based maps, but the popularity of electronic systems (PDA/PNA, phone applications, built-in GPS systems) has grown enormously nowadays. Of course, different devices are needed in car transport, such as e.g. during a walk (higher speed requires faster response time), so devices designed for different purposes also have different looks and user interfaces. There are several manufacturers currently on the market that develop in-car navigation devices - in our research we were interested whether they are built according to the user needs or not and under what circumstances (how much, where, how many, how) do drivers travel by car. To evaluate this we created a Google Form, which was completed by more than 400 people in Romania. In the questionnaire, we asked drivers about their driving and car navigation habits and created an “ideal” user interface based on the answers: the respondents indicated what functions/buttons they would like to see on their own navigation system if they could create their own personal user interface..

Key-Words: chestionar, Google Forms, obiceiuri de conducere, GPS montat în autovehicul, obiceiuri de folosire a GPS-ului, România

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