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WIVW hands over driving simulator to Polizeiakademie Berlin

WIVW handed over a driving simulator for emergency training to the Polizeiakademie Berlin. Core part of the simulator is the SILAB® Scenario package "Emergency Training" that provides a selection of over 60 specific traffic situations from which the trainer can compile customized training sessions. The simulator hardware was delivered by our cooperation partner SiFaT Road Safety GmbH (Berlin).

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Interview on clinical assessment in traffic medicine

Clinical assessments in the field of traffic medicine are a crucial topic and are becoming increasingly important, especially regarding the intake of medication and driving. Here you can watch an interview on this topic by expert Yvonne Kaußner (WIVW) und Andreas Grund (GCP Service).

WIVW at the DDI 2018 in Gothenburg

At the 6th International Conference on Driver Distraction and Inattention, which is held from 15th to 17th October 2018 in Gothenburg, the WIVW will be presenting the following talks: 

  • Physiological indicators for detecting a driver falling asleep during highly automated driving
  • Influence of motivational aspects and interruption effort of non-driving-related tasks on driver take-over performance in conditionally automated driving
  • Effects of secondary tasks on conditional automation state transitions while driving on freeways: Judgements and observations of driver workload

Futher information on the conference can be found here.

WIVW at the HFES Europe Chapter Meeting 2018 in Berlin

The WIVW attends the HFES Europe Chapter Meeting in Berlin, held from 08.10. to 10.10.2018 in Berlin. The follwowing works will be presented:

  • Prediction of Take-Over Time Demand in Highly Automated Driving
  • Expert Evaluation of Automated Driving HMIs - Does a Checklist-Based Method Work?

Furter information on the event can be found here

WIVW represents the CMC at the Intermot 2018

The WIVW represents the Connected Motorcycle Consortium (CMC) at the international motorcycle trade fare Intermot in Cologne (Connected Motorcycle World, hall 6).

Further information can be found here.

WIVW at the 12th International Motorcycle Conference

The WIVW attends the 12th International Motorcycle Conference, held from the  01.-02. October 2018 in Cologne with the following presentation:

  • Motorcycle HMI Design for Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems (C-ITS)

Further information on the event can be found here.

Safe2Wheelers Event in Riva del Garda

The WIVW organized  theSafe2Wheelers Event in Riva del Garda (It) focusing on Rider Behaviour and Training.

Further information on the event can be found here.

WIVW at the ITS World Congress in Kopenhagen

The WIVW attends the ITS World Congress, held from the  17.-21. September 2018 in Kopenhagen with the following presentation

  • "In-depth analysis of the accident blackspot "Finkenwerder Ring" in the Port of Hamburg and evaluation of countermeasures via driving simulation"

Further information on the event can be found here.

WIVW auf dem FAS Workshop "Fahrerassistenz und automatisiertes Fahren" in Walting

Das WIVW ist am 27. September 2018 auf dem FAS Workshop "Fahrerassistenz und automatisiertes Fahren" in Walting (Altmühltal)  mit dem Vortrag “Der Toleranzansatz als Methodik zur Bewertung der Kontrollierbarkeit höherer Eingriffsstärken bei Falschauslösung eines systeminitiierten Ausweichmanövers mit ESP-Aktorik” vertreten.

Nähere Informationen zu der Veranstaltung finden sich hier.

WIVW auf der Tagung "Aktive Sicherheit und automatisiertes Fahren - IEDAS" in Ingolstadt

Das WIVW ist am 24. Oktober 2018 auf der Tagung "Aktive Sicherheit und automatisiertes Fahren - IEDAS"  in Ingolstadt mit dem Vortrag “Erweiterung

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Falschauslösung eines systeminitiierten Ausweichmanövers mit ESP-Aktorik” vertreten.

Nähere Informationen zu der Veranstaltung finden sich hier.

 

 

 

WIVW at the Final Presentation of the Ko-HAF Project

The WIVW attends the final presentation of the Ko-HAF project, held at the 19th to 20th September 2018 in Rodgau-Dudenhofen. The WIVW will display several poster presentations and a driving simulator with SILAB®. 

Furhter information on the event, as well as the possiblity to sign up, can be found here.

WIVW at the 7. Bavarian Traffic Safety Conference

On Monday the 17th of September 2018, the 7. Bavarian Traffic Safety Conference is held in the BMW Welt in Munich. The WIVW contributes with the following presentation: 

  • Individuality of motorcycling. Behaviour and Perception of Motorcyclists and Rider-Vehicle Interaction

Furthermore, the WIVW is participating in the panel discussion with the Bavarian minister of state Joachim Herrmann, as well as other representatives from politics, police,  road and traffic authorities, manufacturers, researchers and associations.

WIVW study published in SAE Journal of Passenger Cars

The recent volume of the SAE International Journal of Passenger Cars - Electronic and Electrical Systems-V127-7EJ contains a simulator study conducted by the WIVW, evaluating a left turn assist for intersections:

  • HMI for Left Turn Assist (LTA)

The study can be found here.

WIVW publication in Transportation Research Part F

The current issue of the internationally renommated journal Transportation Research Part F contains a publication by WIVW authors:

  • "Please watch right" – Evaluation of a speech-based on-demand assistance system for urban intersections.

The article can be found here.

WIVW at the Transportation Research Arena, Vienna

From  16.-19. April 2018, the WIVW is attending the Transportation Research Arena in Vienna. The following presentation gives insight on previous work conducted with the Hamburg Port Authority:

  • New ways for roadway design – Using driving simulation to restructure the Finkenwerder Ring in the Port of Hamburg aiming at enhanced traffic safety and reliability

Further information on the conference can be found here.

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WIVW at Safe2Wheelers workshop in Southampton

The WIVW attends the Safe2Wheelers workshop on „Active Safety Technologies and V2X Concepts”, which is held on 21st of March 2018 in Southampton (GBR). A presentation on “Autonomous Emergency Braking for Motorcycles: testing active assistance systems and their interaction with the rider” will be given.

Further information on the event can be found here.

WIVW at the Ricardo Motorcycle Conference 4.0

WIVW attends the Ricardo Motorcycle Conference 4.0 – Riding Future Technologies, which is held on 6th of October 2017 in in Milano (IT). Together with Robert-Bosch GmbH and KTM AG a presentation on Rider Profile Detection will be given.


Further information on the conference can be found here.

Connected Motorcycle Consortium (CMC)

The WIVW participated in the Connected Motorcycle Consortium (CMC) Conference at BMW Welt Munich. The CMC was founded by BMW Motorrad, Honda and Yamaha with the aim of promoting Cooperative Intelligent Transportation Systems (C-ITS) for motorcycles.

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A further enhancement of traffic safety is possible by including motorcycles in recent Vehicle-2-X communication technologies. WIVW is assigned task leader of "Human-Machine Interface" (HMI).

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More information on the CMC can be found here.

Driving Simulation Conference (DSC) 2017

The WIVW attends the Driving Simulation Conference (DSC) 2017, which is held from 6th to 8th of September 2017 in Stuttgart. The following talk will be presented:

  • The use of proprioceptive cues in order to enhance presence in a dynamic motorcycle riding simulator.

Further information on the conference can be found here.

WIVW joins Connected Motorcycle Consortium

The WIVW joins Connected Motorcycle Consortium. The Connected Motorcycle Consortium (CMC) is a non-profit organisation established by key OEM's with the unilateral goal to promote and develop Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems (C-ITS) to benefit all stakeholders and enhance rider safety. The WIVW will mainly contribute with its expertise on human factors research and motorcycle riding simulation.

Further information on the CMC can be found here.