Honda’s latest driving simulator ups the actuators for greater range of motion

Honda has become the first car manufacturer to adopt a new driving simulator technology that uses more servos than the average flight simulator most driving sims are based upon. The Driver-in-Motion 250 (DiM250) uses nine servos to move the cockpit, adding extra dimensions to movement. Read about it at NewAtlas.com.

Infotainment Distractions Study Finds Most Are Too Distracting for Driving

A study from the University of Utah has found that the infotainment features in most 2017 model year vehicles are too distracting and should not be enabled when the vehicle is in motion. The study found that in-vehicle info systems take drivers’ attention off the road too often and for …

This Is How Autonomous Driving Will Change Your Car Choices – By 2020

Want a glimpse of the near-future in consumer car choices? During the Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2017) in Las Vegas and the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS 2017) in Detroit, Nissan’s CEO Carlos Ghosn outlined the future of automotive as he sees it. His keynote presentations give us a good …

Switch from autonomous driving to manual control opens window of risk

On the road towards fully autonomous vehicles, there will be a period of transition where people will be required to retake control from autonomous systems at certain times, as is currently the case with Tesla’s Autopilot. Researchers at Stanford University have been looking specifically at this handover period and found …

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