Participants required for driving simulator study – earn £50 shopping vouchers

Participants will be asked to undertake five drives, each lasting approximately 30 minutes.

The driving simulator study will investigate participants’ behaviours and opinions on the future of automated vehicles.

During the study, the vehicle will be capable of driving autonomously and participants of the study will be able to carry out their own activities during this time. Therefore, the participants will need to bring along any items (devices/objects) that they would like to use (and think they might use in a future vehicle of this kind).

The study will be conducted during a working week (Monday-Friday) and it will take 30-45 minutes per day. Participants should therefore ensure that they are able to attend at the same time on all five days. They will be reimbursed with a £50 shopping voucher for their time at the end of the week.

This study will take place at the Faculty of Engineering Human Factors Research Group Driving Simulator, ITRC building.

Participants must hold a full UK/EU driving licence. This study is unsuitable for those who suffer from motion sickness, migraines, epilepsy or dizzy spells, or who are pregnant.

If you wish to take part in this study, please contact davide.salanitri1@nottingham.ac.uk.

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4 Comments

July 29th, 2018 at 8:47 am

Natasha Picot

Interested. Please get in touch.

August 1st, 2018 at 2:39 pm

brzrcb1

Hi, thanks for your interest. If you wish to take part in this study, please contact davide.salanitri1@nottingham.ac.uk. Best wishes – Rebecca

July 31st, 2018 at 3:45 pm

Ben Vernon

Hi,

I’ve seen you advertising for people to take part in driving simulation research. I’m interested in taking part & would appreciate it if you could get back to me with more details on what is involved.

Thanks in advance,
Ben Vernon.

August 1st, 2018 at 2:39 pm

brzrcb1

Hi, thanks for your interest. If you wish to take part in this study, please contact davide.salanitri1@nottingham.ac.uk. Best wishes – Rebecca

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