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 Mobility, Activity and Participation 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.