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Project54 at AutomotiveUI 2010

On November 11 and 12, 2010 Carnegie Mellon University was the host of the AutomotiveUI 2010 conference. The conference explored issues related to the design and deployment of in-car user interfaces. Andrew Kun, Project54 principal investigator served as program co-chair. The Project54 effort was represented at the conference by one oral presentation and two posters. [...]

NEC-HFES 2010 Student Conference

On Friday, October 22nd 2010, Project54 students Dylan Fransway, David Filipovic and Zeljko Medenica presented at the New England Chapter of the Human Factors Ergonomics Society (NEC-HFES) 2010 Student Conference. The conference was held at the Microsoft New England Research & Development Center overlooking the Charles River. The breadth of topics covered was diverse and [...]

Project54 at IACP 2010

Project54 representatives arrived yesterday at the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) 2010 Conference in Orlando, FL. Dr. W. Thomas Miller, Ross Lenharth, and Mark Taipan will be located at 54ward’s booth (Booth #1779) all day today. Feel free to stop by and talk with us regarding the latest Project54 developments and to learn [...]

Project54 collaborative work with Microsoft Research discussed at SpeechTEK 2010

At SpeechTEK 2010 Project54 Principal Investigator Andrew Kun discussed results of ongoing collaboration with Microsoft Research on developing novel in-car user interfaces. Kun and Project54 staff and students are working with MSR’s Tim Paek investigating issues such as the influence of speech recognition accuracy on driving performance and the viability of personal navigation aids that provide driving instructions [...]

2010 First Responder Technology Workshop

First responders rely on myriad technologies while working to keep citizens safe. The technologies in question range from the true and tested light bars and voice radios, to more recently developed data radios, mobile computers, and servers-side and client-side software applications. The 2010 First Responder Technology Workshop at the University of New Hampshire will explore [...]