2017 Breakouts

Breakout 1: Market Acceptance and Demand: Data Capture and Analysis Techniques to Examine Behavioral

Breakout 2-1: Judging a Car by its Cover: Human Factors Implications for Automated Vehicle External

Breakout 2-2: Automated Vehicle Challenges: How can Human Factors Research Help Inform Designers, Ro

Breakout 2: Human Factors in Road Vehicle Automation: Training and External HMI Considerations

Breakout 3: Enabling Technologies for Automated Vehicles

Breakout 4: What Happens Next: AV Crashes, Curbs, and Laws

Breakout 5: Public Transport and Shared Mobility

Breakout 6: Trucking Automation: Key Deployment Scenarios

Breakout 7: Enterprise Solutions Series

Breakout 8: Urbanism Next Workshop: AV’s Effects on Urban Development

Breakout 10: Policy Issues for Automated Vehicles: Data Sharing and Informing Policy

Breakout 9: Effects of Vehicle Automation on Energy-Usage and Emissions

Breakout 11: Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) for Automated Vehicles (AV): Exp

Breakout 12: Testing Connected and Automated Vehicles (CAVs): Accelerating Innovation, Integration,

Breakout 13: Challenges and Opportunities for the Intersection of Vulnerable Road Users (VRU) and AV

Breakout 14: Enhancing the Validity of Traffic Flow Models with Emerging Data

Breakout 15: CAV Scenarios for High-Speed, Controlled Access Facilities

Breakout 16: Aftermarket Systems (ADAS- related)

Breakout 17: Safety Assurance of Automated Vehicles

Breakout 18: Reading the Road Ahead: Infrastructure Readiness

Breakout 19: SHARK TANK – Change is coming: who will survive?

Breakout 20: Making Automation Work for Cities

Breakout 21: Connected and Automated Vehicles in Traffic Signal Systems

Breakout 22: Legal and Policy Approaches: Finding the Right Balance on Legislating for Automated Veh

Breakout 23: Early Deployment Alternatives

Breakout 24: Automated Vehicles for People with Disabilities

Breakout 25: Ethical and Social Implications