2012 Year-End Report on Neurotechnologies for In-Vehicle Applications

Report No. ARL-SR-267
Authors: Brent J. Lance; W. David Hairston; Greg Apker; Keith W. Whitaker; Christopher Manteuffel; Matthew Jaswa; Jonroy Canady; Victor Paul; Jennifer Ammori; Chris Stachowiak; Kaleb McDowell
Date/Pages: June 2013; 60 pages
Abstract: This report provides a summary of the work and a highlight of the accomplishments performed by the U.S. Army Research Laboratory (ARL) on developing neurotechnologies for in-vehicle applications for the work period of 2012, the first year of the research program. The report will cover several aspects of the research program, including a newly funded ARL program in safe and wearable sensor technologies, a new Small Business Innovation Research program for evaluating electroencephalography sensor technologies, a joint ARL–U.S. Army Tank Automotive Research, Development, and Engineering Center experiment for translating current driver performance prediction technologies to real-world driving domains, the development of simulation technologies for researching driver performance, an evaluation of existing driver performance prediction technologies, and ARL's work on developing task-independent calibration techniques to use for individual Soldier performance prediction algorithms.
Distribution: Approved for public release
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Last Update / Reviewed: June 1, 2013