Bobbie Seppelt, Bryan Reimer, and Bruce Mehler Present at DDI Conference

Bobbie Seppelt, Bryan Reimer, and Bruce Mehler Present at DDI Conference

AgeLab Research Scientists Bruce Mehler, Bryan Reimer, and Bobbie Seppelt were major participants at the 2018 Driver Distraction and Inattention Conference. The DDI conference is “designed to bring participants – from government, industry and academia – up-to-date on current and recent developments and trends in the field of inattention and distraction in driving.” The conference took place in Gothenberg, Sweden from October 15-17.

Dr. Reimer provided the opening keynote address, titled "Redefining distraction and inattention in a changing mobility space," which gave an overview of the evolution of vehicle automation and how it has transformed the driver experience.

Bruce Mehler chaired a session titled “Assessment of distraction and inattention,” and presented a paper titled The TEORT problem: Finding a path to a solution for modern in-vehicle HMIs.

Dr. Seppelt chaired a conference session titled “Crash risk and pre-crash mechanisms,” and presented a paper titled Assessing the effect of in-vehicle task interactions on attention management in safety-critical events. She also participated on a panel discussion titled “Driver engagement during assisted driving.

Abstracts from Mehler's and Reimer's work can be found here. Dr. Seppelt’s paper can be accessed in the DDI 2018 conference proceedings here.



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