Articles by David Kidd

David G. Kidd, M. A.
is a third year doctoral
student at George Mason University in the
Human Factors and Applied Cognition program.
His main area of interest is studying the effects
of driver distraction in high fidelity simulated
environments and on-road testing. He is currently
working a fellowship he received from Liberty
Mutual, Inc. to study on-road driver distraction
in an instrumented vehicle.

Listen Up: Do Voice Recognition Systems Help Drivers Focus on the Road

The availability of Sync and voice recognition technology in vehicles, although not perfect, enable drivers to interact with their mobile devices in a safer, less distracting manner. [Read More]