Andrew Miller, Research Associate

Center for Truck and Bus Safety: Human Factors and Advanced System Testing

Andrew Miller, M.S. is a research associate in the Center for Truck and Bus Safety (CTBS) at the Virginia Tech Transportation Institute (VTTI). Andrew conducts research on enhancing safety for all occupational drivers through data analysis, health and wellness, or in human factors testing of advanced systems. Andrew has led numerous efforts while at VTTI incorporating his industrial and organizational psychology background and methodological and statistical strengths onto transportation and data related topics. This includes performing work analyses on organizations to demonstrate the impact of introducing vehicle automation, creating a best practices incorporating coaching behaviors, individual differences, and in-vehicle technologies for oil and gas workers, and conducting analyses on large datasets, both naturalistic vehicle and driver data as well as federal databases. Andrew has experience conducting research for Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, U.S. and Virginia Department of Transportations, and has experience with industry partners in investigating technology effectiveness, classification of safe and unsafe driver behaviors and characteristics, and naturalistic data collection and reduction. Andrew is also the chair of truck and bus data needs subcommittee for the Transportation Review Board Truck and Bus Safety Committee ANB070.