Press reports about the Chair of HMS
Automotive research at the Chair of Human-Machine Systems in press
At the Chair of Human-Machine Systems of the Technische Universität Berlin several research projects  concerning the analysis and design of driver fatigue monitoring systems have been conducted up to the present. Evidence from the dissertation of Post-Doc Dr.-Ing. Katja Karrer-Gauß and following studies were published now within a press release.
Further information can be derived from the media information of the TU Berlin , from Springer Professional , at the webpage of the Frankfurter Rundschau  and at the webpage of the Berliner Zeitung .
Human-Machine Systems won the Innovation Competition
The Department of Man-Machine Systems at the Technical University of Berlin, is the winner of the contest "365 Orten in der Land der Ideen". In the field of research is being conducted the new forms of interaction to continue to allow a better interaction between man and machine. The results of the research team led by Prof. Dr.-Ing. Matthias Rötting are therefore of particular interest for many fields of microsystems technology - for example, with a view of intelligent driver assistance systems and new technologies for AAL.
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