Louis Pröbstle
Supervisor:Prof. Gudrun Klinker
Advisor:Christian Eichhorn (
Submission Date:[created]


Systems for automated driving are getting more advanced over the years, and necessarily the developers of the systems need to ensure their functionality. Sensor data visualization is used during development to gather knowledge of car behavior and sensors while testing. This thesis investigates the current state-of-the-art sensor data visualization platforms and explores users’ needs and expectations of these systems by conducting a pre-study identifying improvements. Following a low-fidelity clickable prototype design process with the knowledge collected, proposing a new interface that covers in-car and local usage and provides a structured and intuitive surface. The prototype is evaluated with usability tests and final developer interviews, gathering primarily positive feedback and improvements regarding the design and functionality. A few requests were refined and implemented, but there are still some expectations for future work, such as optimizing the ideas of the prototype and further research in this domain.

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