About the Conference
Proceedings of the biannual Driving Assessment Conference focused on providing an interdisciplinary forum for scientific exchange between users of driving assessment tools, applications and technology. Attendees include researchers and practitioners working on applications of driving assessment from the perspective of engineering, psychology, medicine, and public health. The conference is organized by the Human Factors Research Program, the University of Iowa, Public Policy Center. See the conference website for additional details about past and future conferences.
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