Modernizing Mobility: The Risks and Rewards

Modernizing Mobility: The Risks and Rewards

Autonomous Vehicles: Public Opinion

The environmental impact and societal implications of CADS becomes more palpable as developments in intelligent vehicle technology continue to evolve. Manufacturers are building systems with more autonomy so vehicles can take on more task by themselves, but does increased autonomy mean increased confidence? The level of social acceptance and continued education of CADS is directly related to their effectiveness in reducing motor vehicle crashes. Just how far away from social acceptance of CADS are we?

Autonomous Vehicles: Testing & Tech

An update on the latest in connected and autonomous vehicle systems.

Driving Simulator Arrival at CTSRC Human Factors Lab

After several months of anticipation, the Connecticut Transportation Safety Research Center (CTSRC) at the University of Connecticut is pleased to announce the arrival of our new, fully-loaded traffic safety driving simulator!

2018 Northeast Autonomous and Connected Vehicle Summit

The Northeast Autonomous and Connected Vehicle Summit will provide attendees with the opportunity to view and discuss the latest in technology, services and products in transportation safety with professionals throughout the Northeast region.

Coming Soon: UConn Traffic Safety Driving Simulator!

The Connecticut Transportation Safety Research Center (CTSRC) is in the process of obtaining a fully loaded, traffic safety driving simulator! The advanced driving simulator, a full-size, four-door sedan, will have no engine and will be almost fully encircled by three large projection screens, similar to Images 1 and 2 below. Various driving scenarios and environments … Continue reading Coming Soon: UConn Traffic Safety Driving Simulator!