Brandon Schoettle is a Project Manager in UMTRIís Human Factors Group. He received a B.S. in Biopsychology & Cognitive Science from the University of Michigan. He has been with the Human Factors group since 2000. His research has focused on the evaluation of current and future lighting technologies and the consequences for driver visual performance, trends in automotive lighting performance and technology, the impact of vehicle design features on driver visual performance, and driver performance with non-lighting vision systems (e.g., night-vision systems, rearview systems). Mr. Schoettle has published a number of reports on vehicle headlighting and other topics related to driver vision and driver performance, as well as various crash analysis reports. He has also published several research articles related to driver preferences and behavior regarding trends in driver licensing (both domestic and international) and current vehicle fuel economy.