Driving Simulator

We built our own simulator from original car seats and seatbelts
We are using a Logitech G27 steering wheel and pedals for control.
Currently, we’re using Genivi vehicle simulator using Unity to simulate driving scenarios.

During the driving session, we use the Biopac Student Lab software to record the psychophysiological signals of the driver such as EDA (Electrodermal Activity), ECG (Electrocardiography), or respiration rate. Electrodes are placed on the body and connected to a hardware module.
These signals can be analysed to assess the driver’s state during the driving session. 

♦ A new driving simulator has joined our lab for rapid tests or experiments that do not require the acquisition of psychophysiological data.
We have already tested the non-intrusive respiration sensor we developed