Distracted driving project takes video competition at UnERD

Kaiyang Chen (Year 3 EngSci) is part of a team that took top honours in the video competition at the 2017 Undergraduate Engineering Research Day (UnERD) held earlier this month. This annual conference allows undergraduate students to share results from research projects they have worked on over the summer in University of Toronto labs and beyond.

New this year was a video competition that challenged students to creatively convey their research in just 90 seconds. The winning team of Kaiyang Chen and Tianshu Shen (Year 3 IndE) showed off their research into in how distracting activities like operating an entertainment system can affect drivers behind the wheel. Their work was conducted in the Human Factors and Applied Statistics Lab.

Watch the winning video from Tianshu Shen (Year 3 IndE) and Kaiyang Chen (Year 3 EngSci)

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