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Media Release - Driving simulator aids road safety research

by Australian Road Research Board on April 28, 2016

Curtin-Monash Accident Research Centre (C-MARC) and independent road research body ARRB Group today unveiled one of the most advanced driving simulators in the Southern Hemisphere.

 

Officially launched by the Deputy Premier and Minister for Road Safety in Western Australia, the Honourable Liza Harvey MLA, the simulator is housed at Curtin University’s Technology Park campus.

The CKAS Mechatronics simulator will enable C-MARC and ARRB to undertake highly sophisticated driver behaviour and road infrastructure research with private sector automotive researchers from all around Australia.