Best Practice Technologies for Training Novice Pilots and Drivers with In-Depth Analysis of Case Studies of Novice Driver Crashes
Technological advances have resulted in new approaches to training for both novice pilots and drivers, such as use of advanced simulation interfaces. Research on the effectiveness of these applications is currently fragmented and it is unclear what might comprise best practice. This research will review this literature and undertake in-depth data analyses of cases studies of novice driver crashes over a decade to identify any changes in crash characteristics over time that might result from these advances. Best practice use of technologies for training novices will be identified with implications for both pilot and driver training.
For further information contact: A/Prof Teresa Senserrick or Dr Rebecca Mitchell.