HFES offers webinars to provide our members and others information on a variety of topics. When scheduled, registration links will be provided below. After the activity, those webinars for which we received permission to record will be made available on the HFES Learning Center.
HFES webinars provide continuing education on a variety of topics and domains aligned with the interest areas of our 26 Technical Groups. HFES webinars provide insights into the latest HF/E research and innovations. Our webinars are delivered by subject matter experts, including HFES award winners, recent authors in Society publications, high-profile members, and those conducting research or practice in key topical areas.
Law Enforcement and Advanced Driving Systems: Effects on Road Safety (LEADERS)Thursday, October 15, 1:00 - 2:00 pm Eastern Time
Motor vehicle crashes are a leading cause of police line of duty injuries and deaths. These crashes are mainly attributed to the use of in-vehicle technologies and multi-tasking while driving as police officers are human beings, bound by the same physical and mental limitations as civilians. In this webinar, three experts will present their recent research in the area of in-vehicle technology use and multitasking while driving for police officers. Maryam Zahabi will discuss the findings of her recent driving simulation studies, naturistic observations, and qualitative evaluations of police in-vehicle technology use and advanced driving assistance system needs. Tammy Trimble will describe the results from the CAMP project focused on interactions between public safety officials and automated driving system-equipped vehicles. Stephen James will discuss two pivotal problems facing the police profession today: chronic shift-work related to fatigue and dangerous distracted driving conditions.
HFES Equality, Diversity & Inclusion Webinar Series: Listening and Acting
Original Session Date: Wednesday, June 17, 2020, 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm Eastern Time
Stay tuned for more HFES webinars coming soon!