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Wannabe Geek


Topic # 9602 30-Sep-2006 03:52
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I am a post graduate researcher at the University of Nottingham in the UK. This questionnaire forms part of a wider study into driver behaviour conducted by myself and my colleagues.

 

If you use any type of in-vehicle navigation system, I would appreciate it if you could follow the link below and answer a short questionnaire regarding navigation system user behaviour and preferences.

 

www.mrl.nott.ac.uk/~nlf

  

The questionnaire is very short (it should only take 5 to 10 minutes to complete). Research in this area is only in its infancy, and there are many gaps in the current literature, it is hoped this questionnaire will be a start in filling some of these gaps.

 

Once the results have been analysed, I will provide a link from this forum to a results summary so that interested participants may have a look.

 

Many thanks

 

Nick Forbes

Postgraduate researcher

University of Nottingham

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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 48828 17-Oct-2006 00:10
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Many thanks to all those who have already participated in this study. The questionnaire will be online for one more week (i.e. until 23rd October 2006).

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