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Advanced Driver Assistance Systems

Strategies for Increasing Commercial Vehicle Adoption

Live webcast will begin here at 2 p.m. Eastern, 1 p.m. Central Time on Monday, July 24.

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    ​Join the National Safety Council and the National Transportation Safety Board July 24 for a roundtable discussion on advanced driver assistance systems and how commercial fleets (heavy trucks) can increase adoption of this life-saving technology. Roundtable participants include experts in ADAS from industry, government, advocacy groups, media and academia.

    Roundtable Details


    WHERE: Renaissance Schaumburg Convention Center Hotel, Schaumburg, IL
    WHEN:  2 p.m. Eastern, 1 p.m. Central Time Monday, July 24, 2017
    WATCH VIA WEBCAST: The conference will be webcast live (above) on July 24

    Can't attend in person but have a question for the panel? No problem. You can email your question in advance or during the event to DriverTechEvent@ntsb.gov. We may not get to all questions, but will do our best in the limited time available.

    Fleet Safety Conference July 25 and 26


    A Fleet Safety Conference will be held Tuesday and Wednesday, July 25 and 26, at the same location.

    On July 25, NSC President and CEO Deborah Hersman will deliver the opening keynote address, Reaching Zero Crashes: The Role of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems. If you'd like to attend the Fleet Safety Conference, use code FSCPAR17 when registering for $100 off.


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    ADAS Can Save Lives 


    Motor vehicle crashes continue to be a leading cause of preventable death in the U.S. In 2016, about 40,000 Americans died from traffic crashes, a 6% jump from the previous year. More than 4,300 large trucks and buses were involved in fatal crashes in 2015, an 8% increase from 2014, according to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration.

    ADAS, also known as collision avoidance technologies, can play a significant role in preventing crashes and saving lives. While adoption of these lifesaving technologies has grown significantly in the passenger vehicle market, adoption of ADAS technologies in commercial fleets (heavy-duty trucks) and among employer and rental fleets has been slow.

     

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