Events

Events

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.

Safe2Wheelers Workshop on Rider Training in Motorland (ES)

WIVW supports organizing a workshop dedicated to rider training with special focus on successfully evaluated training elements and latest technologies such as eyetracking. It will take place Wednesday 27th of September in Technopark - Motorland (Alcañiz, ES). For a certain amount of interested participants there will be the chance to experience specific training elements themselves. The agenda can be found here.

WIVW at the mobil.TUM 2017

The WIVW attends the mobil.TUM 2017, a conerecne which is held from 4th to 6th July 2017 in Munich. The following talk will be presented:

 New solutions for complex traffic situations: Requirements analysis and driving simulation of the Finkenwerder Ring in the Port of Hamburg

Further information on the conference can be found here.

WIVW at the The Autonomous Vehicle Interior Design & Technology Symposium 2017

The WIVW attends the Autonomous Vehicle Interior Design & Technology Symposium, which is held from the 20th to 21st June 2017 in Stuttgart. The following conference talk will be presented: 

  • Mode awareness issues in partially and highly automated driving

Please klick here for further information on the conference.

WIVW at the International Conference on Driver Distraction and Inattention

The WIVW attends the 5th  International Conference on Driver Distraction and Inattention, which is held from March 20 - 22 2017 in Paris. The topic of the WIVW presentation is:

  • Measuring driver fatigue based on eyelid opening level

Further information on the conference can be foud here.

WIVW at the HFES Europe Chapter Meeting 2016 in Prague

The WIVW presents two talks at the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Europe Chapter Meeting, wich is held from 26th to 28th October 2016 in Prague:

  • A review of non-driving-related tasks used in studies on automated driving
  • How do naturalistic non-driving-related tasks influence take-over time and quality during highly automated driving?

Further information can be found at the conference homepage.

WIVW at the Auto-UI 2016

The WIVW presents a talk at the 8th International Conference on Autootive User Interfaces and Interactive Vehicular Applications, wich is held from 24th to 26th October 2016 in Ann Arbor:

  • Your turn or my turn? Design of a Human-Machine Interface for Conditional Automation.

More information on the conference can be found here.

WIVW at the 11th International Motorcycle Conference

The WIVW will attend the 11th International Motorcycle Conference, which is held from the 3rd to the 4th October in Cologne, with the following presentation:

  • Assessing Powered Two Wheelers' display and control concepts – results from a pilot study

Further information on the conference can be found here.

WIVW at the Bicycle and Motorcycle Dynamics Conference 2016

The WIVW will attend the "Bicycle and Motorcycle Dynamics Conference 2016 "Symposium on the Dynamics and Control of Single Track Vehicles", which is held in Milwaukee, Wisconsin USA from 21st to 23rd September 2016. The following talk will be presented:

  • Bringing single track vehicle dynamics to motorcycle riding simulators – results of a pilot study

Further information regarding the conference can be found here.

WIVW at the Autonomous Vehicle Test & Development Symposium 2016

At the Autonomous Vehicle Test & Development Symposium 2016, which is held fomr May 31st to June 2nd 2016 in Stuttgart, the WIVW will present the following talk:

  • A controllability assessment of hands-free partially automated driving

More information on the symposium can be found here.

WIVW at the Cooperation Forum Advanced Driver Assistance Systems

On May 12th 2016 the WIVW presents the following talk at the Bayern Innovativ Cooperation Forum Advanced Driver Assistance Systems:

  • Neue Technologien und Herausforderungen - Fahrerassitenzsysteme für zweirädrige Anwendung

More information on the cooperation forum can be found here.

WIVW at the 2016 VI-Grade Users Conference

The WIVW held a presentation at the 2016 VI-Grade Users Conference entitled

  • Bringing Motorcylcle Dynamics to the Rider - Technical Solutions and their Contribution to Speed Perception in a Motorcycle Riding Simulator

Furter information on the conference can be found here

WIVW host of the Safe2Wheelers "Accidentology and Motorcycle Simulator Workshop"

Safe2Wheelers COST Action aims at improving PTW safety with a holistic and integrated approach by acquiring, unifying and coordinating PTW safety research and ensuring broad dissemination towards PTW users, industry and public authorities.
Therefore, the idea is In order to bring together international experts working in the field of motorcycle safety for a mutual knowledge exchange, Safe2Wheelers will organize a workshop focusing on Accidentology and Simulators. An overview of best practices and results from PTW accident investigations and different existing motorcycle simulators shall be given and different technical solutions as well as potential use cases will be discussed. The workshop is open to industry and other researchers outside the COST Action network so that the dissemination of latest scientific findings is ensured.

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The workshop will start with a plenary session bringing Working Group 1 (PTW Accidentology) and Working Group 2 (Motorcycle Simulators) participants together. Afterwards the two focus groups will split up in separated sessions. A bus transfer to visit the motorcycle simulators at WIVW will be arranged for WG2 participants. A draft agenda for the workshop can be found here.
More information about Safe2Wheelers can be found in: www.safe2wheelers.eu

WIVW at the Traffic Environment, Primary and Secondary Safety Workshop

On March 10th 2016, the WIVW presented a talk at the Traffic Environment, Primary and Secondary Safety Workshop (COST Action) entitled:

  • Investigating the potential of a V2X based intersection support using the Motorcycle-Car Multi-Driver Simulation

Further information on the workshop can be found here.

1. Workshop "Driver Fitness and Ability" (DFA)

The 1st workshop on the use and further development of the scenario package "Driver Fitness and Ability" took place at the WIVW on 21st of October 2015.

The scenario package DFA and the software module "Standardized Application for Fitness to Drive Evaluations" (S.A.F.E.) are helpful tools for the integrated and fair assessment of driving performance. All participants of the workshop presented their studies in which the DFA scenario package has recently been used. In particular, the alcohol calibration study, which had been conducted in the static BASt driving simulator and has recently been published in the report M 263 "Effects of alcohol on driving a representative test course in the BASt driving simulator". The study was carried out in an analogous manner to the alcohol calibration study of the WIVW, which had been conducted in the dynamic driving simulator of the WIVW. With regard to the assessment of driving ability, the results show a high comparability of the two simulator development stages.

WIVW at the MUC 2015 in Stuttgart

The WIVW presents the following talk at the MUC 2015 (Workshop Automotive HMI), wich is held from 06th to 09th November 2015 in Stuttgart:

  • Determining maximum velocity for automated driving functions.

Further information can be found at the here.

WIVW at the HFES Europe Chapter Meeting 2015 in Groningen

The WIVW presents three talks at the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Europe Chapter Meeting, wich is held from 14th to 16th October 2015 in Groningen:

  • Controllability of Partial Vehicle Automation at Lateral Guidance Boundaries
  • Perceived criticality of different time headways: are they really independent of velocity?
  • Approaching hazard to your right!' - What happens if it really comes from left?

Further information can be found at the conference homepage.

WIVW at the AHFE 2015 in Las Vegas

The WIVW is presenting two conference papers at this year's International Conference on Applied Human Factors (AHFE) 2015 from 26.07.-30.07.2015 in Las Vegas:

  • Drivers' monitoring behaviour and interaction with non-driving related tasks during driving with different automation levels
  • The interaction between highly automated driving and the development of drowsiness

Further information can be found on the conference homepage.