The program for DDI2022 is now published follow the link to view it.
The registration to DDI2022 is now open and the preliminary program is published, most welcome!
Due to multiple requests, we have decided to prolong the opportunity to submit your conference contribution to the 8th International Conference on Driver Distraction and Inattention until April 20.
We are very proud of our second keynote speaker to DDI2022; Dr. Carol Flannagan, Research Professor and Director of the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute. Join the conference and get to learn from her!
The abstract submission deadline has been extended! We are very pleased to announce that the abstract submission deadline for DDI2022 has been extended to March 29, 2022- Welcome with your abstract.
The sponsorship packages are now set for DDI2022. Welcome to contact us to book your sponsorship!
We are happy to announce that Mike Lenné is confirmed as keynote speaker! Mike is a global authority on human factors and safety and in his keynote speech he will discuss that occupant status monitoring affords a new world of human-vehicle collaboration, one that supports many safety cases and enhanced user experience. Do we now have the recipe for more success? The key ingredients needed to develop and implement this key safety system are discussed.
The best combined abstract and presentation will be awarded! This is news for the conference this year. The winner is selected by the conference Co-chairs together with the conference delegates. The Award is 500Euro and a free ticket to the next DDI conference.
The organisation committee is happy to announce that DDI2022 will be arranged as a hybrid conference, which means that you can chose if you would like to attend physically in Gothenburg or attend online. The online opportunity is available for both presenters and non-presenting participants. You chose your option when you register for the conference.
The submission portal for DDI2022 is now open, the submission deadline is March 27. Welcome with your abstract!