DriveSafety designs and manufactures state-of-the-art driving simulators for a wide range of research, training and clinical applications. DriveSafety simulators have unique qualities and features that deliver unprecedented fidelity, flexibility and affordability.
Widely adopted in academic and commercial research, DriveSafety simulators are used in roadway, vehicle and component design studies, especially in the human factors of driver information and assistance systems, product usability and driving safety. DriveSafety simulators are also widely used in laboratories engaged in medical, psychological and other human sciences research, to explore factors that influence safety on the road.
Building on its success in the research market and advances in driver performance measurement, DriveSafety products have been readily adopted in clinical assessment and rehabilitation applications, where driving simulation is making a significant impact. The company’s simulation-based clinical tools were developed with the help of Clemson University and expert clinicians in driver evaluation and rehabilitation. DriveSafety clinical systems help health care professionals in their assessment of clients’ fitness-to-drive and provide engaging activities to can often facilitate recovery of sensory, cognitive and motor functions that underlie and are critical to safe driving.
Susan Pierce of Adaptive Mobility Services is a widely acclaimed expert in driver rehabilitation and has embraced DriveSafety simulators as an effective tool for use by therapists, including Certified Driving Rehabilitation Specialists (CDRSs). She and many others have provided expert guidance and real-world feedback to help shape DriveSafety’s effective tools for clinical practice.
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CEO & President
Doug Evans has developed high-quality applications of interactive driving simulation for over twenty years. Overarching his many projects have been the goals of providing the highest quality tools in the most affordable way possible to clients. Through collaboration with talented therapists and researchers, his recent work in clinical rehabilitation and patient performance measurement is breaking new ground on what can be accomplished inside the clinic.
As COO, Steven Hallmark is responsible for manufacturing. production, accounting. purchasing, and human resources at DriveSafety. With 31 years of experience in the simulation industry, Steve has developed significant expertise in program management, cost management, process control, support and implementation. Prior to his work at DriveSafety, Steven served as VP of Operations at GlobalSim until the driving simulation business was spun off to become DriveSafety.
Jared Brokaw oversees product engineering and development at DriveSafety, bringing a wealth of experience with early stage, mid-tier, and multinational companies. Previously, Jared served as Operations & Engineering Manager in a large corporation with more than 10,000 employees operating in over 100 countries. Before that, he directed early stage product development and design for MOG, a music social networking company.
Over the course of his 30-year marketing career which began on Madison Avenue, Bruce has become a recognized expert in building brands, generating sales, and capturing market share for virtually every kind of company, from startup to late stage, high-tech to packaged goods, for-profit to philanthropic. Bruce has done the marketing for household names like Intel and Lever Brothers, as well as mid-sized companies like Control4 and Provo Craft.
Director of Content
Ken Melnrick oversees DriveSafety's visual and scenario development, as well as customer training for DriveSafety's software products. His career in the simulation industry began after graduating from Full Sail University with a degree in Digital Media as a 3D modeler for Hyperion Technologies.