Webinar: Open Source Multi-Agent Simulation Environment for Connected Autonomous Vehicles

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Tractor Simulator Studies Farm Safety

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Graduate students propose plans to prepare Iowa City for self-driving vehicles

Steering Iowa Toward Automated Vehicles

Webinar: School Zone Safety and Effective Countermeasures: A Micro Traffic Simulation Study

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A tale of two autonomous vehicles

Study shows drivers using car safety features overestimate capabilities

The effect of reliability on drivers' trust and behavior in conditional automation

National Advanced Driving Simulator Measures Driver Interactions with Automated Driving System

One of the largest simulators in the world, the National Advanced Driving Simulator (NADS) at the University of Iowa, was recently used to conduct a study of automated driving as part of a SAFER-SIM University Transportation Center research project. The Center is dedicated to promoting interdisciplinary research using simulation techniques to address safety issues prioritized by the U.S. Department of Transportation.

SAFEty Research using SIMulation


The SAFER-SIM University Transportation Center is dedicated to promoting interdisciplinary research using simulation techniques to address the safety issues prioritized by the U.S. Department of Transportation.