About the Driving Simulator
The Ohio State University Driving Simulation Laboratory offers a state-of-the-art facility for measuring driver behavior. The facility provides tools for evaluating in-vehicle systems for infotainment and vehicle guidance to ensure conformance with National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) driver distraction guidelines, as well as for investigating attention, stress, cognitive workload and other factors in the driving task. Vehicle dynamics can be altered in software to allow measurement of driver preference for different braking, steering, and other vehicle handling characteristics.
Develop Flexible Scenarios
Vehicle dynamics can be altered in software to allow measurement of driver preference for different braking, steering, and other vehicle handling characteristics.
We work with many different industry, government and academic partners, including Honda R&D Americas, Nationwide Children's Hospital, UAB's TRIP Lab and numerous Ohio State researchers.
The lab was created with funding from Honda R&D Americas, The Ohio State University, the Honda-OSU Partnership Program, and the Ohio Board of Regents.