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University Transportation Center

News & Events

July 10, 2014
AgeLab research scientist Bryan Reimer spoke at HMi 2014: Concepts & Systems on June 26 in Berlin. The event focused on human machine interfaces (HMIs) and more specifically, HMI concepts for autonomous driving, augmented reality, voice control...
July 10, 2014
The Washington Post featured a story on older driver safety education and new car technology. The article highlighted AARP's Driver safety Program, the largest older driver education program in the nation. Last year, New England Center director Joe...
June 26, 2014
Monotype Imaging Holdings Inc. and the New England Center/MIT AgeLab developed a new, streamlined methodology for testing the legibility of typefaces on screens under glance-like conditions. The research uses an adapted Stimulus Onset Asynchrony (...
June 24, 2014
MIT AgeLab research scientist and New England University Transportation Center associate director Bryan Reimer  participated in a panel for the New England Motor Press Association’s Technology Conference at the MIT Media Lab. The...
June 24, 2014
Recent findings from the MIT AgeLab and New England University Transportation Center (New England UTC) showed voice-command interfaces are placing demand on visual attention, an unexpected finding recently featured in Vision Zero International. The...
June 24, 2014
Read the Boston Globe's covereage of New England Center associate director Bryan Reimer at NEMPA-MIT Technology Conference here.
June 16, 2014
MIT AgeLab research scientist and New England University Transportation Center associate director Bryan Reimer speaks at the MIT Technology Review Digital Summit in San Francisco. He discusses During his talk, he posed the following question to the...
May 23, 2014
Dr. Bryan Reimer gave the talk “Enhancing Driver Focus: The Challenge of Optimizing the Driver-Vehicle Interface in an Increasingly Complex and Automation-Rich Operating Environment” for MIT OST Office of Research and Technology. Dr....
May 1, 2014
New England Center-funded work by the MIT Trancik Lab and lead by Dr. Jessika Trancik and Phd candidate Morgan Edwards suggests standard practice for measuring climate impact of energy technology is not as accurate as it could be. The work was...
April 2, 2014
Dr. Norman Garrick, associate professor of civil and environmental engineering at Universtiy of Connecticut was interviewed by Bloomberg Businessweek regarding forthcoming publications in the Journal of the Transportation Research Board ...