New Simulator

The University of Guelph DRiVE Lab has just finished the replacement of the driving simulator with the new Oktal Full Scale Simulator.
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Dr. Trick and Benjamin Cortens from the DRiVE lab attended the Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting in Washington D.C. in January 2015 where Benjamin Cortens presented the results of research on the interaction of key-size and driving performance.

Student Research

Are you interested in driving and collision research? Interested in basic mechanisms of attention (i.e. multiple object tracking, and search? Check out the student opportunities page for more information on how you can become involved in research.