The 5th International Conference on Driver Distraction and Inattention organised by IFSTTAR, ARRB Group and SAFER took place with great success (20-22 March 2017), in Paris. Presentations concern new forms of mobility (e.g. autonomous vehicles, electric vehicles, soft modes of transport, etc.), other road user groups (e.g. motorcyclists, bicyclists, pedestrians, etc.), new modes of HMI interaction (e.g. voice recognition, I-watches, gesturing, etc.), new sources of distraction from outside the vehicle (e.g. advertising on moving trucks, bus shelters, mobile trailers, etc.), and sources of distraction in domains other than transport (e.g. aviation, medicine, process control, etc.).  The e-proceedings of DDI17 are now available:  NTUA contributed with two presentations concerning:

pdf5 ppt5 The detrimental effect of mobile phone use on the driving competence of patients with neurological diseases affecting cognitive functions

pdf5 ppt5 How does distracted driving affect lateral position of older drivers?