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Title: Overview of NHTSA Research for Enhancing Safety ITS America Annual Meeting June 4, 2007


1
Overview of NHTSA Research for Enhancing
Safety ITS America Annual Meeting June 4, 2007
Ray Resendes Intelligent Technologies Research
Division National Highway Traffic Safety
Administration
2
The Crash Epidemic
Fatal Crashes
43,443 Fatalities (2005)
39,189
1,816,000 Injury Crashes
4,304,000 Property Damage Crashes
9,000,000 Unreported Crashes
15,200,000 Total Crashes
Police-Reported
3
Top 10 Leading Causes of Death in the United
States for 2001, by Age Group
4
Motor Vehicle Fatalities
5
Motor Vehicle Injuries
6
Automotive Technologies Timeline
Driver Warning Driving Assistance Systems
Alcohol / Impairment Detection
Intersection Collision Avoidance Systems
Automatic Collision Notification
Road Departure Warning Systems
Automatic Braking
Rear-End Collision Avoidance System
Brake Assist
Blind Spot Warning
Lane Departure Warning
Roll Stability Control
Adaptive Cruise Control
Night Vision
Electronic Stability Control
2014
2010
2006
7
Integrated Safety Concept Crash Time Line
Injury Mitigation
Severity Reduction
Prevention
Medical Attention
Warn
Intervene
Protect
Notify
Developed by Joseph N. Kanianthra
8
Research Mission and Goals
  • Advance Scientific Knowledge in Support of
    NHTSA's Mission
  • Identify Opportunities for Increasing Safety
  • Crashworthiness, Crash Avoidance, Restraint
    systems
  • Understand Performance of Advanced Technologies
  • Crash Prevention, Crash Severity Reduction,
    Integrated Safety
  • Develop Objective Tests to Discriminate
    Performance
  • Address Human-Vehicle Performance Issues
  • Retain Leadership in Human Injury Research
  • Support Rulemaking, Consumer Information and
    Enforcement Programs Research Programs in Vehicle
    Safety

9
Pre-Crash Scenario Typology
Total of 36 scenarios 99.4 of all light
vehicle crashes
10
Relevant Technologies that may Help Avoid a Crash
  • Road Departure 23
  • Electronic Stability Control
  • Lane Departure Warning
  • Lane Keeping
  • Curve Speed Warning
  • Lane Change/Merge 9
  • Blind Spot Detection
  • Side Radar
  • Intersection 26
  • Forward Radar
  • Vehicle Communications
  • Violation Warning
  • Emergency Brake Light
  • Rear-End 29
  • Forward Radar
  • Adaptive Cruise Control
  • Brake Assist
  • Vision Enhancement
  • Backing 2
  • Rear-View Camera
  • Backing Sensor
  • Pedestrian/Cyclist Animal 6
  • Night Vision

11
Crash Avoidance Parameter Estimation
12
Measuring the Safety Impact
  • Adaptive Cruise Control
  • 17 Reduction
  • Rear-End Crash Warning
  • 26 Reduction
  • Road Departure Crash Warning
  • 32Reduction

13
Electronic Stability Control Research
  • Developed over-steer prevention performance test
    for NPRM.
  • Researching under-steer mitigation and roll
    stability control (RSC) for light vehicles.
  • Researching Heavy Truck ESC and RSC systems.
  • Anticipate future rulemaking

14
Advanced Collision Avoidance Technologies (ACAT)
15
Integrated Vehicle-Based Safety Systems
Rear-end, run-off-road, and lane change crash
countermeasure systems could prevent over 48 or
1,836,000 target crashes.

16
Cooperative Intersection Collision Avoidance
System (CICAS-V)
17
Vehicle Safety Communication Applications
18
Driver Monitoring Systems
  • Safety Belt Reminder Systems
  • Distraction Monitoring System
  • Teen Driver Monitoring
  • Alcohol Impairment Monitoring

SAVE-IT
19
Concluding Remarks
  • Research Supports Rulemaking Needs
  • New Technologies Offer New Opportunities for
    Enhancing Safety
  • Effectiveness Evaluation is Essential for
    Facilitating Deployment
  • Seamless Integration of Crash Prevention and
    Occupant Protection is the Future
  • Leveraging Resources and Collaborative Efforts
    Needed
  • Limited Longer-Term Research Will Help

20
Thank You!
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