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"No Good Answers for Smartphone Distraction"
Traffic fatalities in the U.S. are on the rise. Solving the problem of smartphone distraction through legislation or technology is not likely any time soon. Appears in March 2017 newsletter. $65.00
"U.S. V2X Mandate Hung Up"
The arguments against V2X as it is presently conceived are mounting. New technologies threaten DSRC with obsolescence. Appears in July 2016 newsletter. $65.00
"Despite Formidable Challenges, Progress on V2V"
NHTSA is moving toward rulemaking on V2V despite a number of unresolved issues, among them the management of security certificates. Experts from ITS World Congress weigh in. Appears in October 2014 newsletter. $65.00
"V2V Needs More Work"
Serious questions are being raised about whether DSRC-based vehicle-to-vehicle communications systems will be effective in preventing collisions. A reliable security system for V2V has not yet been developed. Appears in November 2013 newsletter. $65.00
"SAE Product Safety Committee"
Using ISO 26262 as a framework, the SAE committee will develop global hazard classifications for safety-critical systems based on exposure, severity and controllability. NHTSA will participate. Appears in October 2011 newsletter. $65.00
"NHTSA's Distracted Driving Guidelines Coming Soon"
This fall, NHTSA will publish and seek public comment on voluntary guidelines covering visual-manual interfaces in the car. Appears in July 2011 newsletter. $65.00
"NHTSA Monitors Safety Standards"
NHTSA's schedule of safety standards evaluations 2009 - 2012 Appears in November 2008 newsletter. $65.00
"Next NHTSA Safety Mandate Not Likely Before 2012"
NHTSA's Dr. Joseph Kanianthra shares his views on active safety and driver assist features that could see market acceptance in the coming decade. He also discusses NHTSA's approach to safety mandates. Appears in December 2007 newsletter. $65.00
"U.S. Airbag Seat Sensor Market Softens"
Carmakers are turning to low-risk deployment airbags as an altrnative to seat occupant sensors to comply with NHTSA's advanced airbag rules. Appears in July 2006 newsletter. $65.00
"Drowsy Driver Monitoring Slow to Wake Up"
Even though a new NHTSA study shows drowsiness is a contributing factor in 12% of all crashes, few carmakers offer drowsiness monitors, and NHTSA has no plans for mandating them. Appears in June 2006 newsletter. $65.00
"NHTSA Dynamic Rollover Test Results Say Nothing of ESC"
NHTSA's recently completed dynamic tests of 25 MY 2004 SUVs revealed no information about the value of electronic stability control in preventing rollovers. Appears in February 2004 newsletter. $65.00
"Safety Features on 15 Top-Selling U.S. SUVs"
NHTSA has published detailed information on which safety features are standard or available on each model sold in the U.S. We looked at what's available on the top selling SUVs. Appears in May 2003 newsletter. $65.00
"NHTSA Test Could Establish Benefits of ESC in Rollover Prevention"
If tests prove electronic stability control systems actually prevent rollover accidents, no government mandates may be needed to make the market for ESC take off. Appears in February 2003 newsletter. $65.00
"Mandatory DRLs in the U.S.? Don't Hold Your Breath"
GM is petitioning NHTSA to make DRLs mandatory in the U.S. Appears in March 2002 newsletter. $65.00
"Drowsy-Driver Warning"
NHTSA is supporting development of a drowsy-driver monitor that will first be tested in trucks. In the U.S., more than 100,000 crashes each year are due to driver fatigue. Appears in October 2001 newsletter. $65.00


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