Topic : vehicle safety

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DATTCO receives safety award from International Motorcoach Group

Motorcoach| February 16, 2018

Established in 1924, DATTCO, Inc. is a third-generation family-owned business headquartered in New Britain, Conn.

Transdev, Delphi to develop autonomous on-demand transport system

Technology| June 8, 2017

Will utilize Transdev Universal Routing Engine and Delphi's automated driving platform — the Centralized Sensing, Localization and Planning platform which is being developing in partnership with Mobileye.

Government Issues| January 23, 2017

U.S. DOT designates 10 automated vehicle proving grounds for testing

Designees all have different facilities that can be used to gauge safety, manage various roadways and conditions, and handle various types of vehicles.

Government Issues| January 17, 2017

Autonomous vehicles: threat or opportunity for urban mobility?

AVs will lead to a dystopian future of even more private car traffic on the road unless they are put to use in shared fleets and integrated with traditional public transport services.

Management & Operations| December 9, 2016

Driverless shuttle introduced at U. of Mich. specialized test site

A fully autonomous, 15-passenger electric shuttle manufactured by French firm NAVYA will support research and provide self-guided tours of Mcity, the university's test site for connected and automated vehicles.

Motorcoach| June 27, 2016

Prevost unveils Volvo 9700 to Canadian market

The vehicle comes standard with an Electronic Brake System, Electronic Control Suspension and Electronic Stability Program.

June 1, 2016

Still Blaming Bus-Pedestrian Contact On the A-Pillar/Mirror Design?

I have had it with the never-ending meeting of the minds on the predominant causes of left-turn bus-pedestrian collisions. This whole issue is getting obscured with presentations that slice and dice every possible cause of these incidents into a collection of symbols, numbers and formulas. Please stop.

Motorcoach| January 13, 2011

NHTSA issues new ejection mitigation rule

Vehicle manufacturers must develop a countermeasure for light passenger vehicles under 10,000 lbs. that prevents the equivalent of an unbelted adult from moving more than 4 inches past the side window opening in the event of a crash. The new standard will begin phasing in during 2013.

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