Understanding the Impact of Technology: Do Advanced Driver Assistance and Semi-Automated Vehicle Systems Lead to Improper Driving Behavior?
This research examines driver behavior when driving vehicles equipped with advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), such as adaptive cruise control or lane-keep assist. Information regarding driver behaviors was drawn from two naturalistic driving studies.
Users’ Understanding of Automated Vehicles and Perception to Improve Traffic Safety –Results from a National Survey
This study examines people’s perceptions and expectations of automated vehicle (AV) technologies. While there is a relatively large volume of literature studying people’s perceptions of AVs, there has been limited attention paid to the source of their distrust and discomfort.
December 2019 Research Brief
Age-Related Differences in the Cognitive, Visual and Temporal Demands of In-Vehicle Information Systems
This research examines age-related differences in the visual, cognitive and temporal demands associated with common in-vehicle tasks using the native infotainment systems found in 6 model year 2018 vehicles.
2018 Forum on the Impact of Vehicle Technologies and Automation on Vulnerable Road Users and Driver Behavior and Performance: A Summary Report
This report summarizes presentations, discussion, and outcomes from a stakeholder forum on the impact of 21st-century automotive technologies on vulnerable road users and on driver behavior and performance.
January 2019 Technical Report
Potential Reduction in Crashes, Injuries and Deaths from Large-Scale Deployment of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems
A synthesis of existing research on the potential safety benefits of selected Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) providing new estimates of the numbers of crashes, injuries, and deaths that such systems could potentially help prevent.
September 2018 Research Brief
This report presents the results of a survey of over 1,200 owners of vehicles equipped with advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS). The data reflects owners’ opinions about, understanding of, and experiences with the ADAS technologies.
Visual and Cognitive Demands of Using Apple CarPlay, Google’s Android Auto and Five Different OEM Infotainment Systems
This research examines the visual and cognitive demand associated with common in-vehicle tasks using Apple’s CarPlay, Google’s Android Auto as well as the native infotainment systems found in 5 model year 2017/18 vehicles.
This report summarizes presentations, discussion, and outcomes from a stakeholder forum on the impact of 21st-century automotive technologies on drivers.
February 2018 Technical Report
This study estimates the costs and benefits associated with equipping all large trucks nationwide with air disc brakes.
Automatic Emergency Braking Systems: Leveraging Large-Truck Technology and Engineering to Realize Safety Gains
This study estimates the costs and benefits associated with equipping all large trucks nationwide with automatic emergency braking systems.