Bringing the Latest in Neuroimaging Technology to the Auto Industry: Developing a new tool for testing man machine interfaces in autonomous driving.

Principal Investigator: Elizabeth Walshe, PhD, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

This project aims to develop a new methodology for use by the auto industry in understanding driver traits and states in the context of Level 1-3 autonomous driving. An additional aim is to identify brain activity associated with simple and complex driving scenarios with and without warnings in young drivers. 

About This Center

This Center is made possible through a grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) which unites CHOP, University of Pennsylvania, and The Ohio State University researchers with R&D leaders in the automotive and insurance industries to translate research findings into tangible innovations in safety technology and public education programs.

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