Ford presentation: Human Factors and in-vehicle technology design

When: Thursday October 1st, 2009, 5:00PM
Where:
IOE Building, Room 1680
Department of Industrial and Operations Engineering
The University of Michigan
1205 Beal Avenue
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109-2117

Members are welcome to attend a presentation by Chris Demeniuk, an In-Vehicle Systems Designer at Ford and UM IOE alum. Chris’ talk will highlight how good human factors and proper design practices have played a role in the development of safe and usable in-vehicle driver-operated technologies, such as the Ford SYNC and Ford Nav. Chris will also bring either his own 2010 Mustang GT, or a pre-production vehicle for students to see.

To find out more, visit HFES U of M Student Chapter web site.

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