VEMI Lab debuts custom-built multi-person autonomous vehicle simulator

The VEMI Lab at the University of Maine has launched its custom-built multi-person autonomous vehicle simulator, a unique platform for human-subject research in the automotive space. VEMI’s Multimodal Omnidirectional Immersive Simulator for Inclusive Navigation or MOISIN (pronounced “mo-sheen”) is unique as the first fully autonomous “people mover” or “robo-taxi” motion simulator, designed as a replacement […]

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Dr. Richard Corey, 2018 Northeast Region Supervisor of the Year Nominee

Dr. Richard Corey, the Director of Operations at the Virtual Environmental and Multimodal Interaction (VEMI) Lab, was nominated for the 2018 Northeast Region Supervisor of the Year. The award is given by the North East Association of Student Employment Administrators (NEASEA) and aims to recognize a supervisor who has demonstrated an outstanding ability to “integrate […]

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