Since the earliest days of driving simulation, simulators have been used in a wide range of clinical studies to understand the driver, the vehicle, and the complex driving environment, as well as to provide a safe way to train drivers. From early studies that investigated traffic control devices and highway signage to modern studies dealing with driver texting and cell phone use, driving simulation has been a leading research tool and training opportunity. Learn more about the history of driving simulation in this presentation:
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