Thedriving simulator is ideally suited to academic and clinical research, and applied R&D. Backed by decades of development and human-factors research experience, the miniSim is a sophisticated and affordable solution.
Built-in automation simplifies investigation of human-automation interaction at a variety of automation levels.
Options include eye-tracking, video recording, infotainment, haptic seat, and custom integration.
Supported by a team of engineers and researchers.
Configurable for a wide variety of applications.
Connect with a network of users using the same tools, including the researchers at NADS.
Deliver better results at a modest cost.
The National Advanced Driving Simulator (NADS) is a self-sustained transportation safety research center at the University of Iowa’s Research Park. NADS utilizes its suite of world-class driving simulators and instrumented vehicles to conduct research studies for the private and public sectors. NADS is staffed by 18 full-time employees who specialize in studying the connection between humans and vehicles.