SAE 2014 World Congress & Exhibition

Technical Session Schedule

Thursday, April 10

Human Factors in Driving and Automotive Telematics (Part 2 of 2)
(Session Code: B302)

Room 116 B  1:00 p.m.

As information and entertainment to and from the vehicle (Telematics) become more prolific it is critical to increase our understanding of how the driver understands and uses Telematics functions. Equally critical is how those functions impact the driver. This session will address those issues.

Organizers - James Foley, Toyota Technical Center USA Inc.; Kristin Kolodge, Chrysler LLC; Daniel J. Selke, Mercedes-Benz USA LLC

Time Paper No. Title
1:00 p.m. 2014-01-0451
A Comparison of Three Different Approaches to Image Depth in Driver Information Clusters: 2D Computer Graphics, 3D Computer Graphics and 3D Imaging
Kathleen Ku, Michael Tschirhart, Visteon Corp.
1:20 p.m. ORAL ONLY
Cluster Display Layout Differentiation for Elderly Drivers
Sang-Hwan Kim, Heather Harrelson, Mengyao Xu, University of Michigan; Claudia Escobar, Hyundai-Kia America Technical Center Inc.
1:40 p.m. ORAL ONLY
Intentionality-Focused Solid State HMI Control using Pressure Sensing Surfaces
Gerry Seidman, Tactonic Technologies
2:00 p.m. 2014-01-0444
In-Vehicle Driver State Detection Using TIP-II
Yinghao Huang, Wenduo Wang, Chen Fang, Yi Murphey, University of Michigan; Dev S. Kochhar, Ford Motor Co.
2:20 p.m.
Networking Break
3:00 p.m. 2014-01-0452
Simulated Driving Assessment: Case Study for the Development of Drivelab, Extendable Matlab™ Toolbox for Data Reduction of Clinical Driving Simulator Data
Helen S. Loeb, Thomas Seacrist, Children Hospital of Philadelphia; Catherine McDonald, University of Pennsylvania; Flaura Winston, Children Hospital of Philadelphia
3:20 p.m. 2014-01-0445
Experience and Skill Predict Failure to Brake Errors: Further Validation of the Simulated Driving Assessment
Flaura Winston, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia; Catherine McDonald, University of Pennsylvania; Venk Kandadai, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia; Zachary Winston, University of Michigan; Thomas Seacrist, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Steering Wheel Torque Rendering: Measure of Driver Discrimination Capabilities (Written Only -- No Oral Presentation)
Renaud Deborne, Skárlet Khouri Silva, Andras Kemeny, Renault

The papers in this session are available in SAE Technical Paper Collection, COLL-TP-00420, and also individually. To purchase visit

Planned by Human Factors Committee / Automobile Body Activity