Department of Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering, School of Engineering, The University of Alabama at Birmingham
James Wersal, OTD, OTR/L, CBIS
The University of Florida’s Institute for Driving, Activity, Participation, and Technology (I-DAPT) is working in collaboration with the University of Alabama at Birmingham and the City of Gainesville to study the implications of integrating autonomous vehicle technology. Phase 1 of the autonomous vehicle research will focus on the perception, values, beliefs and attitudes of drivers 65 years or older while utilizing a driving simulator and an autonomous vehicle.
Classen, S., Sisiopiku, V., Mason, J., Wersal, J., Hwangbo, SW., & Rogers, J. (2021). Final STRIDE Project D2.: UF & UAB’s Phase I Demonstration Study: Older Driver Experiences with Autonomous Vehicle Technology. Submitted 11 June 2021.
Classen, S., Mason, J., Hwangbo S.W., Wersal, J., Rogers, J. & Sisiopiku, V. (2021) Older drivers’ perceptions with autonomous vehicle…
Classen, S., Hwangbo, S. W., Mason, J., Wersal, J., Rogers, J., & Sisiopiku, V. P. (2021). Older drivers’ motion and simulator sickness before…
Mason, J., Classen, S., Wersal, J., & Sisiopiku, V. Construct validity and test-retest reliability of the Automated Vehicle User Perception…
Classen, S., & Mason, J. (2021). Podcast: STRIDE webinar Demonstration Study: Older Driver Experiences with Autonomous Vehicles. May 26, 2021.