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NHTSA DRIVER DISTRACTION RESEARCH: PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE
Published June 04, 2001 by National Highway Traffic Safety Administration in United States
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Driver distraction has been identified as a high-priority topic by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, reflecting concerns about the compatibility of certain in-vehicle technologies with the driving task, whether drivers are making potentially dangerous decisions about when to interact with in-vehicle technologies while driving, and that these trends may accelerate as new technologies continue to become available. Since 1991, NHTSA has conducted research to understand the factors that contribute to driver distraction and to develop methods to assess the extent to which in-vehicle technologies may contribute to crashes. This paper summarizes significant findings from past NHTSA research in the area of driver distraction and workload, provides an overview of current ongoing research, and describes upcoming research that will be conducted, including research using the National Advanced Driving Simulator and work to be conducted at NHTSA’s Vehicle Research and Test Center. Preliminary results of the ongoing research are also presented.
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CitationRanney, T., Garrott, W., and Goodman, M., "NHTSA DRIVER DISTRACTION RESEARCH: PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE," SAE Technical Paper 2001-06-0177, 2001.
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