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University Transportation Center


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The Human Element in Autonomous Systems: Webinar

June 2016

Belron 2016 Global Client Conference: Brian Reimer; New England UTC talks Vehichle Automation

June 2016

TU-Automotive Detroit 2015 - Bryan Reimer, MIT - Human Factors: Man & Machine Working in Harmony

August 2015

MIT AgeLab: Learning to Drive with Automation
April 2011

MIT AgeLab: Safely Lies in the Eye of the Driver
April 2011

Autonomous Parking - New England Center's AwareCar
November 10, 2010

The Future is Gray, Small & Female
November 2, 2010
Hosted by Transportation@MIT, this talk was given to an audience of researchers, students and transportation professionals in both the public and private sectors.

Moving Miss Daisy - How the New England Center installed a VW Bug in its second floor lab
August 17, 2010

UVM Video Highlights Older Driver Behavior Research
April 13, 2010

Shannon Roberts Talks About the CityBrowser Voice Navigation System
June 10, 2009

Building a Safer Car
The Wall Street Journal Digital Network, September 19, 2009

New England Center's Joe Coughlin profiled on Fox News
Fox News, June 9, 2009

New Transportation Demands of an Aging America
Presented at University of Michigan, Center for Advancing Safe Transportation Throughout the Lifespan, Ann Arbor, April 7, 2009.

Joseph Coughlin on the New England Center’s Approach to Aging & Driving
Boston Globe, Boston.com. March 23, 2009

New England Center Director Joseph Coughlin with Matt Lauer on NBC's The Today Show - When is Too Old to Drive?
February 2, 2008

Disruptive Demographics: The New Business of Old Age
Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals, Philadelphia Convention Center, October 23, 2007

Driving Miss Daisy Digitally
MIT World, MIT Technology Day, Cambridge, Massachusetts, June 5, 2004.

Alzheimers & the Driving Decision
MIT World, MIT Technology Day, Cambridge, Massachusetts, June 5, 2004.