Welcome to the Man Vehicle Laboratory!

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Home People Research Publications Education Links History MVL Calendar Participate in our research! Lab Info News (26 Jan 2012) Next MVL meeting will be on Feb 8 from 10-11am in 33-218. We will be getting a preview of the NASA HRP meeting presentations and posters. Tell Liz if you would like to be added to the list of presenters. Welcome to the Man Vehicle Laboratory! The Man Vehicle Laboratory (MVL) at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology is located within the MIT Kavli Institute for Astrophysics and Space Research (MKI). Founded in 1962, MVL's goal is to better define the physiological and cognitive limitations of pilots and passengers of aircraft and spacecraft, and to optimize overall human-vehicle system effectiveness and safety. Research is interdisciplinary, utilizing techniques from manual and supervisory control, estimation, signal processing, biomechanics, cognitive psychology, artificial
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