The Eye, The Brain & The Auto
9th World Research Congress on Health and Modern Mobility: Autonomous Vehicles, Driver's Fitness to Function, and Naturalistic Driving Methods
December 7 - 8, 2020
Focusing on the Impact of Disruptive Autonomous Vehicle Technology on Healthcare
- AI/Machine Learning Experts
- Automotive Designers (Interior and Exterior)
- Automated, Connected, Electric & Shared (ACES) Companies
- Blind Community
- Cognitive Sciences Researchers
- Design Thinking Experts
- Electrical & Electronic Engineers
- Emergency Medicine Physicians
- Geriatric Physicians and Clinicians
- Immersive Virtual and Augmented Reality Developers
- Interested Public
- Mobility Experts
- Social Psychologists
- Systems Engineers
- Trauma Surgeons
- User Experience Designers
- Visual Sciences Researchers
- Visual Physiologists
- Venture Capitalists
At the end of the two-day world congress attendees will:
- Have a clearer understanding of the progress being made in autonomous vehicle development
- Understand the role that user’s vision and cognition will have in a journey ranging from no driver assist technology to full autonomy—i.e. S.A.E.* Level zero to level five.
- Better appreciate the contributions that the technology enabling autonomous mobility will make in health care.
- Have a better idea where the health care universe will fit in the automotive industry.
- Appreciate the potential that big data management and the disruptive IT technology developing in the transportation industry may have in health care and wellness
- Have reviewed progress in the field of human-machine interface in automotive transportation and the roles that vision and cognition will play in this rapidly unfolding field
- How can medical and visual scientists play a role in human factors and auto design issues?
- How does a revolution in transportation influence human medicine?
- Can sensor data or driving performance changes indicate possible health challenges?
- What role will this democratization of transportation play in human medicine and rehabilitation?
- How must these vehicles be modified for the blind and/or physically handicapped communities?
- Can physicians identify design changes in semi-autonomous systems in response to known medical challenges?
Macular Degeneration Foundation
|Happy and Bill Rands|
Henry Ford Health System designates this live course for a maximum of 14.50 AMA PRA Category One Credit(s)TM. Physicians should only claim the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.