The Federal Aviation Administration has awarded Nadine Sarter and her Human-Automation Interaction and Cognition (THInC) Lab in the UM Center for Ergonomics a three-year, grant to study information management on the flight deck of highly automated aircraft.
Center for Ergonomics receives $1.1 million grant to study information automation vulnerabilities on modern flight decks
Hunger and COVID: Fighting pandemic-related food insecurity in Detroit
Public policy and engineering team up to improve food access.
How self-driving car subsidies could carry us through the ‘dark age’ of deployment
A game-theory approach identifies which policy could support autonomous vehicles’ market penetration—and environmental benefits
What humans want, in an automated car
U-M researchers examined how a person’s perception of safety in an autonomous vehicle was influenced by its “personality” traits.
An inclusive autonomous shuttle for those with physical disabilities
Proof-of-concept service will gather systematic, real-world data to put users first.
U-M becomes first test bed for on-demand transportation system
Hail, hail a free ride on North Campus