May 22, 2013
Dr. Reimer breaks down distracted driving on Weather Channel. See video here.
April 16, 2013
A recent article in the MIT Technology Review discussed the challenges of approaching automation in on-road vehicles. New England Center Associate Director Dr. Bryan Reimer gave the reporter a test-drive in our AwareCar to get a sense of the...
April 11, 2013
Anders Häggman will present "A Driving Simulation study Examining Destination Entry wtih iPhone iOS 5 Google Maps and a Garmin Portable GPS System" at the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society - New England Chapter 2013 Student...
April 7, 2013
NBC Nightly News featured a recently completed driving fitness study done by MIT AgeLab in partnership with The Hartford. The following are clips from the segment: 'I definitely feel a looser quality to my ability to move' As a participant in MIT...
April 7, 2013
The New York Times interviewed New England Center associate director Bryan Reimer about how biometrics in the car can assist a driver when workload is too high. Read the article here.
March 18, 2013
New England Center associate director and AgeLab research scientist Dr. Bryan Reimer was featured by MIT's Industrial Liaison Program in the ILP Insider. The profile overviews his work in optimizing driver-vehicle interface, including recent...
January 31, 2013
New England Center associate director and AgeLab research scientist Bryan Reimer spoke with PBS Next Avenue about trust and driverless vehicles. Read the article here.
January 30, 2013
The CUTC Awards Banquet, held on January 12, included an award ceremony for regional Students of the Year. Our own Kelly Bertolaccini is pictured recieving her award from Greg Winfree, RITA Acting Administrator. More information on the event...
January 29, 2013
Joe Coughlin identifies transportation critical to retirement planning on Wall Street Journal MarketWatch in his article Transportation: Retirement on the Move
January 16, 2013
New England Center and MIT AgeLab research scientist Bryan Reimer was interviewed by CBS Boston for a segment that aired last night. He discusses how cars can sense physiology by monitoring pulse, heart rate and more. Research assistant Hale...