The third Annual Human Factors and Cognitive Ergonomics career panel takes place on October 6th, 2022. We are honored to have Joanne Harbluk, PhD. Human Factors Specialist at Transport Canada, and Erika Lopetrone , MHK, Validation Engineer - HMI at Stellantis, be part of this event.
Dr. Biondi’s featured article in The Conversation addresses the implications that the adoption of biometric systems has for Cognitive Freedom.
The University of Windsor launched its first Human Factors and Ergonomics Certificate in collaboration with the Canadian College for the Certification of Canadian Ergonomists . The certificate fast-tracks completing the requirements to become a Canadian Certified Professional Ergonomist. More information can be requested contacting Dr. Kevin Milne , the Associate Dean of Academics in the Faculty of Human Kinetics.
Dr. Biondi and Dr. Balasingam are awarded research grants to develop a machine vision eye-blink detection application for the monitoring of Zoom fatigue.
Dr. Biondi is interviewed by Emily Atkins for The Globe and Mail article on When it comes to automated driving, passenger vehicles may take a backseat to freight transport
Dr. Biondi interviewed on the future of autonomous driving on the Deseret News .
The Human Systems Lab was part of one of only 10 teams worldwide to pitch to the NATO Innovation Hub committee on the role that trust has on automation use in military applications.
Dr. Biondi published an article on The Conversation on COVID-19 has fuelled automation — but human involvement is still essential
Dr. Biondi publishes an article on The Conversation on the Legal Responsibilities of Autonomous Driving
Dr. Biondi presents his findings in The Dangers of ADAS webinar organized by iNAGO’s as part of its Intelligent Assistant Series.
Province selects University of Windsor for autonomous vehicle study (Windsor Star)
Ontario Ministry of Transportation funds the Human Systems Lab to investigate on-road human interaction with autonomous vehicles.
Dr. Biondi’s article ranks 7th most viewed in 2019 (The Conversation)
Potential Dangers of Semi-Autonomous Cars (CBC)
Auto Car Cognition (CBC Radio)
Self-Driving Cars (Viewpoints Podcast with Todd van der Heyden)
Autonomous Vehicles (The Conversation)
Human-Centred Design and Avoiding Plane Crashes (National Post)
A User’s Guide to Self Driving Cars (National Post)