Realtime Technologies


Arotech’s Realtime Technologies Chosen to Deliver Motion Based Research Vehicle Simulator to University of Wisconsin

July 2010 – RealTime Technologies (RTI), a part of Arotech Corporation’s (NasdaqGM: ARTX) Training and Simulation Division, announced today that it has been selected to provide to the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s College of Engineering an advanced motion based vehicle simulator. RTI is very excited to be working closely with Dr. John D. Lee and Dr. David A. Noyce along with others on their team involved with various driver behavior research.  Dr. Lee’s focuses and expertise include driver distraction, driver support systems and collision warnings, trust in automation, human factors engineering.  Dr. Noyce’s focus areas and research centers in traffic operations, traffic signals and signs, transportation safety, vehicle crash analysis, driver behavior, and a growing research area for him is bicyclists and pedestrians.  This simulator will enable researchers and the University of Wisconsin to develop and evaluate emerging vehicle and roadway technology that will transform the driving experience in the next decade. (Read More)