Since our inception we have partnered with great research organizations and in recent years, rehabilitation clinics and hospitals. We are proud to work with some of the best in each respective industry and love providing them with tools for advancing their research and improving the lives of their patients.
Associate Professor at Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research, Greenville, South California
DriveSafety is proud to be partnered in its development of clinical rehabilitation tools with CU-ICAR (Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research), a world-class center of research and education focused on Automotive Engineering, including Systems Integration and Human Factors. We work closely with Dr. Johnell O. Brooks, nationally recognized leader in the development and testing of advanced tools for clinical care. Dr. Brooks holds a Clinical Research Faculty Appointment in the Department of Medicine at the Greenville Health System. CU-ICAR and DriveSafety collaborate intimately in the planning, development and testing of the SimClinic™ libraries of therapist-inspired driving scenarios and clinical activities for DriveSafety simulators, as well as the CDS-Control operator interface. Dr. Brooks and her team play a key role for our team in obtaining feedback from clinicians using our tools and providing guidance for future development. CU-ICAR also uses its expertise and advanced facilities to conduct usability testing of DriveSafety clinical simulation systems hardware and software.
Getting wounded veterans (and many others) behind the wheel of a car—and back to a life of independence (December 2013) Read the entire article here
Johnell Brooks finds ways to keep wounded warriors, wreck-prone rookies, and slowing seniors safer on the road. (March 2013) Read entire article here
Clemson researchers, Greenville Hospital System and DriveSafety are helping rehabilitate driving skills in patients ranging from senior citizens to wounded soldiers and veterans. (January 2012) View complete article