THIS POST WAS ORIGINALLY CREATED AND SHARED ON JULY 5, 2015 Summer time is in full swing! The time of year when sweaters and snow boots are traded for bathing suits and flip flops, grills everywhere are slow roasting delicious barbecue and the beach becomes your second home. Unfortunately, this is also one time of … Continue reading Buzzed, Tipsy, Drunk. What’s The Difference?
Connecticut Pedestrian Safety Guide
Modernizing Mobility: The Risks and Rewards
The field of psychology and the subjects that are studied within the discipline continue to grow and flourish as humans, and social interaction evolves. Several lenses are used to examine and define how humans feel, think, and behave. Contemporary psychological research has identified seven distinct perspectives. Although most psychologists practice using material and knowledge from … Continue reading 7 Major Psychological Perspectives
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?
An update on the latest in connected and autonomous vehicle systems.
The CTSRC staff would like to congratulate Dr. Eric Jackson on becoming the newly appointed Executive Director of the Connecticut Transportation Institute at the University of Connecticut! While undertaking this new opportunity, Dr. Jackson will remain Director of the Connecticut Transportation Safety Research Center and continue to bring growth and innovation to the transportation industry. … Continue reading CTI’s New Executive Director