COVID-19

Due to the current situation caused by the coronavirus (COVID-19) we would like to announce that the International conference on Driver Distraction and Inattention (DDI) to be held 12-14th October 2020 will be postponed to second half of October 2021. As soon as we can, we will inform you about the new dates.

All presentations (oral and posters) accepted for DDI 2020 will automatically be accepted for DDI 2021 without any further review if not asked by the reviewers. Authors are given the possibility to resubmit an updated version of their abstract, that will be further reweived, keep their abstract as it is or withdraw it. In addition, the submission portal will be re-opened for new abstracts between October 2020 and January 2021.

During this period of uncertainty, we hope to be able to count on your support. Do not hesitate to contact us if you have any further questions.

Welcome to the International Conference on Driver Distraction and Inattention!

Welcome to the 7thInternational Conference on Driver Distraction and Inattention (DDI2020). DDI2020 will be held in Lyon, France, on October 12-14, 2020, and follows the six highly successful DDI Conferences held previously in Gothenburg, Sweden (2009, 2011, 2013, 2018), Sydney, Australia (2015) and Paris, France (2017). 

The International Conference on Driver Distraction and Inattention (DDI2020) is the premiere international event on this topic, attracting delegates from more than 20 countries. It is designed to bring participants – from academia, industry and government – up-to-date on current and recent developments and trends in the field of inattention and distraction in driving.

The conference topics include theory, measurement, effects, crash risks, and prevention/mitigation related to driver distraction and inattention. Moreover, DDI2020 will focus on the driver/occupant status. Participants are invited to present and discuss work covering disconnected drivers in assisted (drowsiness, out-of-the-loop, overreliance), and in autonomous vehicles (sleeping, take overs, etc). The new distraction legislation related to autonomous driving will also be given pride of place this year. 

The conference features keynote speakers, plenary and parallel sessions and special symposia.

Co-chairs :

- Dr Corinne Brusque, IFSTTAR, France

- Dr Marie-Pierre Bruyas, IFSTTAR-TS2-LESCOT, France

Prof Michael Regan, University of NSW, Sydney, Australia

- Adjunct Prof Trent Victor, Volvo Cars/ SAFER, Sweden

- Jonas Bärgman, SAFER Vehicle and traffic safety centre at Chalmers, Sweden

   

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