A stimulus-response time test can be used to determine performance-based mental stress measurement and attention measurement.
The IAD has a body scanner that allows body measurements to be taken optically.
Currently, the sensor-based Captiv system from TEA is used for motion detection at IAD.
With eye movement analysis systems it is possible to record gaze target and follow-up movements.
The term wearables stands for small, networked computers that are worn on the body. These include smartwatches or fitness wristbands, for example.
Augmented reality is the computer-based extension of reality perception. The AR environment thereby expands the user's real visual perception.
In the biomechanics laboratory, measurements are made of isometric maximum forces during different postures.
The Institute of Human factors and Ergonomics has a dynamic driving simulator which is equipped with a so-called seat box and a hexapod.
The flight simulator has most recently been used in several laboratory studies to investigate human influence on landing gear load variation.
The Institute of Human factors and Ergonomics has a static driving simulator with high imaging fidelity.
The "August-Euler-Flugplatz" in Griesheim is available as a test site for carrying out a wide variety of driving tests.