On February 27, 2019, Safe-D Associate Director Sue Chrysler (TTI) represented Safe-D at the 2019 Global Symposium for Connected and Automated Vehicles and Infrastructure, sponsored by the Center for Connected and Automated Transportation (CCAT).
The 2019 Global Symposium for Connected and Automated Vehicles and Infrastructure focused on overarching research issues related to CAV research, technology, testing and deployments, policy, as well as education, training and workforce development.
At this event, Dr. Chrysler organized a panel on human factors issues in automated vehicles titled Human Factors Issues During Transition from Automatic to Manual Vehicle Control. This panel presented a scenario where an automated vehicle system encounters a situation it can’t handle and makes a request for the human operator to take control. Panelists examined issues concerning system design, driver-vehicle interface design, regulatory and testing issues, and forensic investigation topics.
which included (left to right in picture above) John Lenneman (Collaborative Safety Research Center, Toyota), Shan Bao (Associate Research Scientist, UMTRI), [Sue Chrysler (TTI)], John Campbell (Senior Managing Scientist at Exponent), and (not pictured) Chris Monk (Division Chief of Human Factors Research, NHTSA).
You can learn more about CCAT and this event on the CCAT website, here.