U-M researchers examined how a person’s perception of safety in an autonomous vehicle was influenced by its “personality” traits.
What humans want, in an automated car
Measuring motion sickness for driverless cars
Carsickness incidence could increase if we all become passengers, but new research aims to help address that.
Hydrogen fuel cells: With a database of 500,000 materials, researchers zero in on best bets
New hydrogen storage holds more energy in smaller, more compact cells, boosting efficiency.
Teaching self-driving cars to predict pedestrian movement
Data gleaned from cameras and sensors increases predictive accuracy.
How connected vehicles’ wipers could help prevent flooding
We’ve been promised all kinds of benefits from a future of connected vehicles, but flood control?
Combining the real and virtual worlds improves driverless vehicle testing
Augmented reality technology at the University of Michigan makes testing faster, cheaper, safer