Ppt on autonomous car accidents

Faculty Chair, PAVE (Princeton Autonomous Vehicle Engineering)

Transportation Faculty Chair, PAVE (Princeton Autonomous Vehicle Engineering) Princeton University Board Chair, Advanced Transit Association (ATRA) Impact of Driverless Cars on the Future of Airports 1. Observations & Definitions 2. Current State of Driverless Cars and their likely Evolution 3. /Motivated by fact: >90% of road traffic accidents involve human error. So… remove the human from the loop. FAA Sept 2007 Operator’s Manual “ Majority of ramp accidents involve Human error” Also… People often really/


Urban Planning & Community Design Considerations in an Era of Driverless Cars By Alain L. Kornhauser Professor, Operations Research & Financial Engineering.

Autonomous Vehicle Engineering Princeton University Presented at Outline What is a “Driverless Car” (aka SmartDrivingCar) The Mobility Needs of Today’s “Community Design” Suggest some places to try out SmartDrivingCars What is a “Driverless Car” (aka SmartDrivingCar) “Drive Less” Car/) “20+%” fewer accidents; less severity; fewer insurance claims 3 “Texting Machine” SomeLiberation (some of the time/places) ; much more Safety Consumers Pull, TravelTainment Industry Push Increased car sales, many fewer /


Mobility_2030? I nnovation P latform 2030 – Visions of Innovative Car-driving DI Dr. Heinz Stanek, MBA 28.02.20131 2030 – Visions of Innovative Car-driving.

4th Vision – Accident-free Driving Avoidance of dangerous situations – assistance systems in standard versions  Parking sensor systems – reverse parking sensor – distance sensor systems  Fatigue detection  Information from other cars; car-to-car/vehicle-to-vehicle information without eye contact  Seeing behind hilltops and road bends  Holographic loading of dangerous situations onto the windscreen  Laser sensor systems  Cameras  Project Stanley: 200 km autonomously through the desert/


INJURIES TO THE SPINE. What is the injury? Most spinal cord injuries are a result from catastrophic falls, car accidents, sports related, or any kind.

spinal cord injuries every year in the United States. 38.5 percent of all spinal cord injuries happen during car accidents. Almost a quarter, 24.5 percent, are the result of injuries relating to violent encounters, often involving guns and knifes. The/communication between the brain and the rest of the body. The spinal column also protects the nerve roots and part of the autonomic nervous system. Sources Internet sources: http://www.jbjs.org.uk/cgi/reprint/33-13/4/543.pdf http://www.medicinenet.com//


Solving the Puzzle of Autonomic Dysreflexia Amy J. Olson RN BSN Alverno Graduate Student

dependent quadriplegic from a car accident 37 years prior. He has been in your ICU for the past week due to urosepsis (from Gram negative E-coli). Is his spinal injury high enough to get Autonomic dysreflexia? Yes Right,/. Louis Calder Memorial Library of the University of Miami/​Jackson Memorial Medical Center. (2009). Other Complications of Spinal Cord Injury: Autonomic Dysreflexia (Hyperreflexia): Symptoms and Causes. Retrieved January 27, 2011, from Rehab Team Site Web site: http:/​/​calder.med.miami.edu/


AGL – AUTONOMOUS GROUP LEARNING Learning in Small Groups with an Organizer AGL 51 - ALCOHOL CONTROL FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Easily adapted and simplified for.

Sobering up. Alcohol and life style. Binge drinking. Intoxication. The good news 1.2 Guide to the Learning The AGL autonomous group learning system, creates a continually active learning environment, with lectures in MG Main Group, but mainly based upon learning/nice intoxicated customer with more alcohol. Servers some countries (e.g. USA) may face legal action for any car accident by the drunken customer they continued to serve-.. So servers need to inform and control customer drivers against intoxication. /


ADHIYAMAAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING (AUTONOMOUS), HOSUR DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING AIR POWERED CAR (COMPRESSED AIR AS AN ALTERNATE FUEL) 123seminarsonly.com.

AUTONOMOUS), HOSUR DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING AIR POWERED CAR (COMPRESSED AIR AS AN ALTERNATE FUEL) 123seminarsonly.com email us for more reports 123seminarsonly@gmail.com INDEX ABSTRACT WORKING PRINCIPLE NEW ENGINE DESIGN BENEFITS OF THE NEW DESIGN ENGINE THEORY BEHIND THESE CARS P-V DIAGRAM CHASSIS OF THE CAR AIR TANKS BODY OF THE CAR/ which store 90m3 of air at 300 bars of pressure.. In the case of an accident, with air tank breakage, there would be no explosion or shattering, now that the tanks/


Computers & Automobile Safety. Overview: Computers & Car Safety How are computers helping now? –Airbags, Emergency services notification –Drive-by-wire.

fullest The Pros Have excellent reflexes Sense when the car exceeds its performance limits and appropriately correct Make full use of the car’s handling capabilities The Pros Today Automakers use computer /accidents Emerging Driver-Aids Adaptive cruise control Lane-departure warning systems Advanced-warning systems –GPS + Wireless Networking –Centralized database of road alerts Autonomous Vehicles Benefits: save lives, increase productivity Foundations –Drive-by-wire –GPS –Radar/vision systems Autonomous/


An autonomous ground vehicle is a vehicle that navigates and drives entirely on its own with no human driver and no remote control. Through the use of.

An autonomous ground vehicle is a vehicle that navigates and drives entirely on its own with no human driver and no remote control. Through the use of various sensors and / and forgets data it needs…  …maybe it doesn’t  Privacy issues  Does it matter? Is it a good / bad thing?  Will it help with accidents? “It wasn’t my fault officer, the car was driving” To contend with signals blocked by, say, a tunnel or mountain, a photo sensor in the wheel well monitors a pattern imprinted on Stanleys wheels/


Intelligent Environments1 Intelligent Cars Nikhil M. Chakravarthy CSE 6362 Spring 2003 Dr. Lawrence B. Holder, Jr.

to acquire and apply knowledge. Intelligent Environments6 Motivation Traffic accidents. Military operations. Improve efficiency. Technical challenge. The LAW/Environments14 Occupant Comfort Driver Assistance Adaptive cruise control. Vehicle Automation Autonomous / Co-operative Low Speed Automation Intelligent Environments15 Issues Vision Night/Navigator. Distinguishing Objects Using Laser Radar and Vision. Smarter Car. Programmed Intelligence. Intelligent Environments19 Emergency Vehicle Maneuvers and Control/


COLORADO SCHOOL OF MINES SPIE Security and Defense 2009 – UGV XI, Orlando, Florida Experiments with Autonomous Mobile Radios for Wireless Tethering in.

1 follower COLORADO SCHOOL OF MINES SPIE Security and Defense 2009 – UGV XI, Orlando, Florida Scenario : 1) Accident Disrupts Communication and Blocks Access Sensor node VDSL node Phone cable Existing Sensor Network X Rubble Blocks Path and Communications/ Defense 2009 – UGV XI, Orlando, Florida Vehicles Used: Autonomous Electric Mini-Baja Car COLORADO SCHOOL OF MINES SPIE Security and Defense 2009 – UGV XI, Orlando, Florida Vehicles Used: Autonomous Ez-Go Golf Cart COLORADO SCHOOL OF MINES SPIE Security and/


Intelligent Environments1 Intelligent Cars. Intelligent Environments2 Purpose Investigate the motivation of adding Intelligence to a car. Explore problems.

to acquire and apply knowledge. Intelligent Environments6 Motivation Traffic accidents. Military operations. Improve efficiency. Technical challenge. The LAW/Environments14 Occupant Comfort Driver Assistance Adaptive cruise control. Vehicle Automation Autonomous / Co-operative Low Speed Automation Intelligent Environments15 Issues Vision Night/. Distinguishing Objects Using Laser Radar and Vision. “Smarter Car”. Programmed Intelligence. Intelligent Environments19 Emergency Vehicle Maneuvers and Control/


1 DTSI / Interactive Robotics Unit IST 2.6.1 Advanced Robotics µdrones µDRone autOnomous Navigation for Environment Sensing JM ALEXANDRE CEA List.

University of Tünbingen – Research institute (D) AirRobot – SME (D) Lisippos – SME (GR) Main developments - Algorithms for autonomous localisation and navigation -Intuitive MMI for mission preparation and control -Flying robot -Evaluation in urban environment 4 DTSI / Interactive Robotics Unit MCS/ ( unknown urban environment) Search and Rescue Car accidents Fight against terrorism Forest Fire Detection –Inspection and monitoring of sensitive site (known environment) Nuclear power plant Chemical factory


BACKGROUND  Automobile Innovation history Increasing demand for new better cars  Hands-off driving style Super Cruise basic features.

car -- http://media.gm.com/media/us/en/cadillac/news.detail.html/cont ent/Pages/news/us/en/2012/Apr/0420_cadillac.html  Safer and more comfortable drive Less prone to accidents/ while doing less work  Useful on open highways and bumper-to bumper traffic Drivers “zoning out”  Driver can manually take over car if / CRUISE  People looking for new innovations  Drivers may feel safer on long car rides  Next step toward electronically augmented driving --http://www.motorauthority. com/news//


ANP1106 Anatomy & Physiology II, Part 2 F Feiner, PhD, MD Friday, March 20 Reflex Activity The Autonomic Nervous System. Overview Kaitlyn Weaver and Andrew.

o Learned (Acquired) Reflex Results from practice/repetition (eg driving a car) o No clear distinction: inborn reflexes can be modified 6 Components of/] 22 o Hyperactive: corticospinal tract lesions reduce reciprocal inhibition eg cerebrovascular accident (‘CVA, stroke’)  Clinical Importance of Stretch Reflexes Homeostatic Imbalance 23/antagonism / counterbalancing ANS DIVISIONS 31 Next Lecture – Wed March 25  The Autonomic Nervous System, Part 2: o Anatomy, Physiology, Homeostatic Imbalances (Ch 14/


Autonomous Mobile Mesh Networks and their Design Changes.

Mesh Networks  Autonomous  Multi-hop  Highly dynamic  Human-centric  Broadband mesh networks Categorization of mesh networks Page 240 History of the wireless network Public Safety Services  Work on the 4.94 - 4.990GHz band  Car accidents and first responders/ devices, the range is much greater. Transportation Applications  I-pass Mobile mesh VS Fixed mesh networks Example of a autonomous wireless network Physical Radio Channels  Commercial-off-the –shelf (COTS)  Work on the 802.11 standard  Allows/


Application of Autonomous Driving Technology to Transit - Functional Capabilities for Safety and Capacity Presentation to Federal Transit Administration.

control. Driver expected to be available for occasional control. Example: Google car Level 4 (Full self-driving automation) Vehicle controls all safety functions and/ delays Lost fare revenue D & A testing Overtime Sick time Accident investigation Vehicle recovery Hearings and discipline NTD 2011 Bus Incidents for/ Specifications and Requirements for Bus Acquisition or Retrofit to Allow for Autonomous and Connected Vehicle Technology Steering Braking Throttle Transmission Engine and Drivetrain Instrumentation/


Maowen Jiang (Wendy) Adolfo Arroyo Angela Yeng VESL Speaking Final Team Project Dana Miho Solar Self-Driving Car.

accept the high technology Already prepare to join the driving-less car “Just don’t drive, let the future drive for you!” Enjoy & Have it Leisure time for people Autonomous technology BENEFITS & FEATURES Energy Conservation Easy to get! Cheaper than other energy Protect environment Self-driving Moving apartment Different sizes Reduce accident rate Keep people safe Pick up kids It can take elders/


THE EVOLUTION OF APM SYSTEMS TO ATN SYSTEMS USING DRIVERLESS CAR TECHNOLOGY 1.

HA Framework for AV/CV Technology to Transit & Controlled Environments 3. Evolve HA Framework for Application to Autonomous Vehicles in Mixed Flow 25 Evolution of Automated Transit Networks to Automated Transit Vehicle Applications Toyota IMTS Provides/ between car and platform Safe starting conditions Operating a Train Putting into service or taking out of service Supervising the status of a train under UTO Detection and Management of Emergency Situations 35 Hazard / Cause / Trigger / Accident (Effect) /


By: Matthew Vehon 11/12/12.  Developed by Sebastian Thrun, co-inventor of Google Street View  Won a Department of Defense driverless car challenge in.

, co-inventor of Google Street View  Won a Department of Defense driverless car challenge in 2005  Developed at Google X Lab  Receives input about its surroundings ◦ LIDAR sensor ◦ GPS Locator ◦ Video Camera  Compares real-life surroundings to Street View and Google Maps data SafetyPerformance  300,000 autonomous miles driven  Only two accidents ◦ One while being driven manually ◦ Rear ended at a stoplight  Drives/


A SAFER FUTURE Lex Robbins Section 6. Technology  Google’s robotic test cars have about $150,000 in equipment installed  $70,000 LIDAR (laser radar)

day in collisions that involve an intoxicated driver  5.5 million total traffic accidents annually  More than 93% due to driver error Safety  Significantly lowers the number of car crashes  http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/wonkblog/ wp/2013/10/23/heres/washingtonpost.com/blogs/wonkblog/ wp/2013/10/23/heres-what-it-would-take-for- self-driving-cars-to-catch-on/ Autonomous Vehicle Crash Estimates Percentage of Self-Driving Cars on the Road 10%50%90% Lives Saved (Annually) 1,1009,60021,700 Fewer Crashes /


Background Information cars.

Background Information http://pocketnow.com/2012/10/05/self-driving- cars http://visual.ly/how- autonomous-vehicles- work http://visual.ly/how- autonomous-vehicles- work ‘04‘05‘06‘07‘08‘09 Accidents ( x 1 mil) 10.910.710.410.610.210.8 Deaths ( x 1 thou) thou) 44.945.3 43.939.735.9 http://www.villageoflombard.org/index.aspx?NI D=/


Smart Driving Cars: The Rudimentary Business Case What Is In It For Whom? Alain L. Kornhauser Professor, Operations Research & Financial Engineering Director,

Autonomous Vehicle Engineering Princeton University Board Chair, Advanced Transit Association (ATRA) April 19, 2013 Current State of Driverless Cars Much of the public interest has been promoted by the car./ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cdgQpa1pUUE http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cdgQpa1pUUE – It is not driverless… Not yet – But substantial advancements have focused on: Development of a self-driving vehicle that can operate in the existing environment. – Motivated by fact: >90% of road traffic accidents/


January 18, 2011  You are driving down the road, when suddenly a car pulls out in front of you. How does your body respond?

driving down the road, when suddenly a car pulls out in front of you. How /The Peripheral Nervous System SSSSomatic Nervous System is voluntary AAAAutonomic nervous system is involuntary divides into sympathetic and parasympathetic The BrainStem TTTThe brainstem/ emotions  Left-press agent or the interpreter Ways we study the brain  Recordings (EEG)  Stimulation  Lesions  Accidents  Imaging  CAT-X-ray  PET-brain activity  MRI-structure  fMRI-blood flow Phineas Gage 1848 The Endocrine /


NACCA Legislative Overview 2013 1 Legislative Overview 2013 for Limited Jurisdiction Courts Presented by Justice of the Peace Scott Pearson Reno Justice.

The policies and procedures must include a requirement that if such a motor vehicle accident results in fatal injuries, the investigation must be conducted, except under certain / law requires the Department of Motor Vehicles to adopt regulations authorizing the operation of autonomous vehicles on highways within the State of Nevada. (NRS 482A.100) Sections 2/ an ordinance may authorize the county to request the operator of a tow car to abate a public nuisance by towing an abandoned or junk vehicle that /


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data, such as journeys, to determine when person is not home. Malicious interference with movement of AVs, causing accidents. Large-scale immobilization of AVs. Misdirection of AVs. BatesCarey LLP 44 CONCLUSIONS AVs will change our world. Regulations /, and the Quest for a Fantastic Future, 2015. Print. Wayner, Peter. Future Ride: 80 Ways the Self-driving, Autonomous Car Will Change Everything from Buying Groceries to Teen Romance to Surviving a Hurricane to Turning Ten to Having a Heart Attack to Building/


Creating a Bill In the slides that follow, I put together a bill. First things first… the idea. Come up with a need for America – what needs fixing, what.

Clause) This bill shall be enacted 91 days after passage. Title: An Act to Allow Driverless Cars Preamble: Whereas an average of 33,000 Americans have died each year in car accidents from 2009-2012; whereas Google Driverless Cars have never been involved in an accident while driving autonomously; whereas GDCs allow disabled citizens the freedom to drive; whereas currently only 4 states have passed legislation/


Safe Driving Vehicles: (DriverLessCars/SmartDrivingCars/SelfDrivingCar/autonomousCars) a Public Service & Profit Opportunity for the Insurance Industry.

Operations Research & Financial Engineering Director, Program in Transportation Faculty Chair, PAVE (Princeton Autonomous Vehicle Engineering Princeton University Board Chair, Advanced Transit Association (ATRA) Presented at The 21st/1939 -> 2014) 1939 -> DARPA Challenges DARPA Challenges -> Today – “Safe”: Accident Mitigation v Accident Avoidance – The Opportunity for the Insurance Industry: Trucks; Buses; Cars – Questions & Discussion Surface Transportation Vehicle + Running Surface (aka roadway, guideway/


CARTS by Alain L. Kornhauser, PhD Professor, Operations Research & Financial Engineering Director, Program in Transportation Faculty Chair, PAVE (Princeton.

conditions require transition to driver control. Driver expected to be available for occasional control. Example: Google car Level 4 (Full self-driving automation) Vehicle controls all safety functions and monitors conditions for the/ Today… > 25M Driverless VMT Zero serious accidents > 25M Driverless VMT Zero serious accidents CARTS Autonomous Buses at La Rochelle & CityMobile2 (CyberCars/Cybus/INRIA) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=72-PlSFwP5Y Autonomous Buses at La Rochelle & CityMobile2Cybus http://www/


WELCOME TO “THE TWILIGHT ZONE”: THE LEGAL CONUNDRUMS OF NEW TECHNOLOGY A Brief Overview of Legal Issues Arising with New Technologies.

? Safety  According to NHTSA, there are roughly 33,000 traffic fatalities in the US annually, and more than 90% of accidents (more than 2 million accidents annually) are caused by human error.  Studies suggest that if most cars were autonomous, the total number of accidents would be reduced by 80%, and fatalities would be reduced by about 65%.  Google blogged in May that its driverless/


ENGINEERING ASSEMBLY: Design Of Training Module To Train F.I.R.E. /Head New Joinees. PRESENTED BY: RAJENDRA SINGH NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY DURGAPUR.

a special DPF anti- particulate filter will be available. on passenger cars and light commercial vehicles In the interim Tier 4 and afterwards in the/has been detected. Defects are usually tagged during the initial phases of Autonomous Activities, during specific stoppages for inspection and cleaning. However, tagging of/ of the working environment elimination of the conditions for potential environmental accidents PERSONAL BEHAVIOUR PLANT OPERATIONAL TRAINING,SHOP FLOOR TRAINING DEFINITION OF AUTHORIZED /


The Bodys Control Center

in sensory, motor, and autonomic functions, symptoms can vary greatly among patients Possible symptoms include: muscle weakness, decreased reflexes, numbness, tingling, paralysis, pain, difficulty controlling blood pressure, abnormal sweating, digestive abnormalities 92 Pathology Connection: Peripheral Neuropathy (cont’d) Causes Trauma Most common overall cause of peripheral neuropathy Anything that causes mechanical injury to nerves, such as falls, car accidents 93 Pathology Connection: Peripheral/


Matthew Avery, Thatcham

-tensioners with load limiters Seat belt reminders Child Seats Strong and stable occupant compartments Thatcham Seat Ratings >450 cars seats ratings published for Europe over 4 model years www.thatcham.org/ncwr Head Restraints Seat performance – the/braking Honda, Mercedes, Volvo, Volkswagen, Ford Low Speed Avoidance LIDAR sensor array provides autonomous emergency braking in low speed collisions to completely avoid or mitigate accidents Volvo City Safety ACC Stop/Go Availability Manuf. Model (e.g’s) System /


AUTOMATED DRIVING PUT NEW DEMANDS ON DRIVING EVALUATION METHODS

, and driver fatigue detection THE FUTURE IS CLOSE The 2014 Mercedes S-Class will have the option of autonomous steering, breaking, lane guidance, accident avoidance, and driver fatigue detection By 2020 Volvo expects accident-free-cars and ”road trains” in which individual cars are electronically guided by a driver in a lead vehicle THE GOALS WITH AUTOMATED DRIVING Increase driving safety Increase environmental savings And/


Ryota Shirato Mobility Services Laboratory Nissan Research Center Automated Driving Perspective.

電動化 ( Dendou ka ) 知能化 ( Chinou ka ) WWW.nissan-global.com 5 Energy Global warming Congestion Traffic Accident Approach for Issues Electrification Vehicle Intelligence WWW.nissan-global.com 6 Energy Global warming Congestion Traffic Accident Electrification Vehicle Intelligence Approach for Issues Vehicle Intelligence WWW.nissan-global.com 7 Benefits of Autonomous Vehicles SAFETY DRIVING PLEASURE CONVENIENCECOMFORT WWW.nissan-global.com 8 93% Driver Others A hindrance/


Technology in Service of Society Raj Reddy Carnegie Mellon University November 25, 2005.

in the Rubble Snake Robot Wide-Area Information Collection Drop-in Cell-phone Tower Database for Rescue Management Autonomous Cars as Eco-Technology Unsafe driving conditions Unsafe driving conditions 1 million casualties worldwide every year from road accidents 1 million casualties worldwide every year from road accidents Over 40,000 in the US alone Over 40,000 in the US alone Annual repair bill/


Trends, Challenges and Opportunities in P/C Insurance Focus on New Jersey Markets Agency Network Exchange Iselin, NJ April 28, 2015 Robert P. Hartwig,

Technologies Proven Collision Avoidance Technologies Will Likely Become Standard as Major Manufacturers, Google Set 2020-2025 Timeframes for Fully Autonomous Auto Accident Frequency Will Fall, Possibly Substantially as Share of Cars with New Technology Grows (~20-yrs.)  Collision, BI, PIP claims should fall  Less litigation (due to fewer claims and “black box” technologies) Historical Analogies to Aviation and Marine Insurance  Both /


Overview & Outlook for the Commercial P/C Insurance Industry Trends, Challenges & Opportunities Target Markets Mid-Year Conference Atlanta, GA May 6,

Technologies Proven Collision Avoidance Technologies Will Likely Become Standard as Major Manufacturers, Google Set 2020-2025 Timeframes for Fully Autonomous Auto Accident Frequency Will Fall, Possibly Substantially as Share of Cars with New Technology Grows (~20-yrs.)  Collision, BI, PIP claims should fall  Less litigation (due to fewer claims and “black box” technologies) Historical Analogies to Aviation and Marine Insurance  Both /


Trends, Challenges and Opportunities in P/C Insurance Focus on Maryland Markets Maryland I-Day Baltimore, MD May 7, 2015 Download at www.iii.org/presentations.

Technologies Proven Collision Avoidance Technologies Will Likely Become Standard as Major Manufacturers, Google Set 2020-2025 Timeframes for Fully Autonomous Auto Accident Frequency Will Fall, Possibly Substantially as Share of Cars with New Technology Grows (~20-yrs.)  Collision, BI, PIP claims should fall  Less litigation (due to fewer claims and “black box” technologies) Historical Analogies to Aviation and Marine Insurance  Both /


What Really Keeps Insurance CEOs Awake at Night? Trends, Challenges & Opportunities Ole Miss Insurance Symposium Oxford, MS March 19, 2015 Download at.

Technologies Proven Collision Avoidance Technologies Will Likely Become Standard as Major Manufacturers, Google Set 2020-2025 Timeframes for Fully Autonomous Auto Accident Frequency Will Fall, Possibly Substantially as Share of Cars with New Technology Grows (~20-yrs.)  Collision, BI, PIP claims should fall  Less litigation (due to fewer claims and “black box” technologies) Historical Analogies to Aviation and Marine Insurance  Both /


CASED-BASED TEACHING: Models and Methods

Medicine Neuroanatomy Neurophysiology Neurochemistry Gross anatomy of the Head and Neck Neuropathology Neurology Ophthalmology Neuroradiology Neurosurgery Psychiatry CNS and Autonomic Pharmacology Choice of cases Case selection must take into account How common is the case in real life / emergency room at 1:30 (AM) after a car accident. Fred’s friends, who had also been involved in the car accident, had told EMT personnel that Fred had been trapped in the car upside down, suspended from his seatbelt, and it /


CARTS Smart Driving Technology: How it can Substantially Enhance the Quality of Life in New Jersey by Alain L. Kornhauser, Ph.D. Professor, Operations.

require transition to driver control. Driver expected to be available for occasional control. Example: Google car Level 4 (Full self-driving automation) Vehicle controls all safety functions and monitors conditions for the/Today… > 25M Driverless VMT Zero serious accidents > 25M Driverless VMT Zero serious accidents CARTS And Today… Masdar & Heathrow are operational Video > 1M Driverless VMT Zero accidents > 1M Driverless VMT Zero accidents CARTS Autonomous Buses at La Rochelle (CyberCars/Cybus/INRIA/


Technology in Service of Society Raj Reddy Carnegie Mellon University MSRA Talk November 4, 2008.

in the Rubble Snake Robot Wide-Area Information Collection Drop-in Cell-phone Tower Database for Rescue Management Autonomous Cars as Eco-Technology Unsafe driving conditions Unsafe driving conditions 1 million casualties worldwide every year from road accidents 1 million casualties worldwide every year from road accidents Over 40,000 in the US alone Over 40,000 in the US alone Annual repair bill/


Insurance Industry Overview and Outlook: Trends, Challenges and Opportunities 2016 Coastal Risk Retreat East Carolina University April 6, 2016 Download.

. Autopilot Features Are Imminent. When Will This Happen? 12/01/09 - 9pm 97 Expensive SOURCE: Autonomous Vehicle Implementation Predictions, Victoria Transport Policy Institute, 2015. Expensive Minimal Price Standard Equipment 12/01/09 /accident occurred involving a driverless car? Source: Insurance Information Institute Annual Pulse Survey. Half of Respondents Think a Driverless Car’s Manufacturer Should Bear Responsibility in Case of an Accident. Car’s Manufacturer Car’s Owner Don’t Know Car’s Occupant Car/


1 Anxiety in practice Diagnosis and management. 2 What is ‘anxiety’? A normal feeling: transient, disagreeable emotional state, may be adaptive, signals.

9 Neurobiological mechanism of anxiety Amygdala: ‘fear reaction’ in animal models, nerve projections from amygdala activates central autonomic nervous system of brain– behavioural and physiological manifestation of acute anxiety. Hypothalamus-pituitary- adrenal axis: following early separation/car for 3 hours while rescue workers cut the door of his car. Upon referral, Mr. F. reported frequent intrusive thoughts about the accident, including nightmares of the event and recurrent intrusive visions of his car/


Polish PIL – International Law of Non-Contractual Obligations Dr. Mateusz Pilich Chair of Int’l Private and Trade Law, University of Warsaw.

it the one invoked by the claimant, to state whether the obligation at issue is a ‘contractual’ or ‘non-contractual’ – an autonomous meaning of the term is sought an obligation which did not arise out of the contract (the parties’ consent is lacking) => in /; [2002] 1 WLR 2971 – deterioration of the victim’s injury in his country of domicile after he had suffered it in the car accident abroad is not a new ‘harmful event’ – for an illustration, see the next slide Example Polish citizen Marek W. is the sailor/


Techniques & Tools for Managing Cyber-Physical System Complexity Dr. Christopher Jules White Research.

C. Schmidt, ScatterD: Spatial Deployment Optimization with Hybrid Heuristic / Evolutionary Algorithms, ACM Transactions on Autonomous & Adaptive Systems Special Issue on Spatial Computing, 2010 (to appear) Multiple Constraints No Single Alg/White, Brian Dougherty, Adam Albright, & Douglas C. Schmidt, Using Smartphones & Wireless Mobile Networks to Detect Car Accidents & Provide Situational Awareness to Emergency Responders, submitted to the Third International ICST Conference on MOBILe Wireless MiddleWARE, /


Automobile Trends: Who (or What) is at the Wheel AIPSO Residual Market Forum Providence, RI April 14, 2015 Download at www.iii.org/presentationswww.iii.org/presentations.

Pulse Survey. Insurers Are Spending More on Ads, and the Ads Are Effective, Including Among Lowest-Income Americans. Autonomous Vehicles 22 They’ll Change Insurance - Slowly 12/01/09 - 9pm 23 When Computers Take the Wheel.../if an accident occurred involving a driverless car? Source: Insurance Information Institute Annual Pulse Survey. Half of Respondents Think a Driverless Car’s Manufacturer Should Bear Responsibility in Case of an Accident. Car’s Manufacturer Car’s Owner Don’t Know Car’s Occupant Car’s /


NEW TECHNOLOGYOLD LAW: SOME LEGAL CHALLENGES OF SELF-DRIVING VEHICLES ROBERT W. PETERSON PROFESSOR OF LAW DIRECTOR, CENTER FOR INSURANCE LAW AND REGULATION.

not good drivers who move to autonomous vehicles. Inability to rapidly adjust rates to reflect rapid improvement in safety will overcharge drivers. The Insurance Merry-go-Round 1. If only manufacturers and suppliers are responsible, Proposition 103s auto rating provisions have no application. 2. If automobile insurers are initially responsible for accidents caused by the self- driving car, the loss can be passed/


By Alain L. Kornhauser, Ph.D. Professor, Operations Research & Financial Engineering Director, Program in Transportation Faculty Chair, PAVE (Princeton.

Program in Transportation Faculty Chair, PAVE (Princeton Autonomous Vehicle Engineering) Princeton University Presented at State Insurance Trade Association 2013 Annual Meeting Las Vegas, NV October 21, 2013 Smart Driving Cars Financially Attractive to the Insurer and Insuree Outline/ is out of control… TravelTainment Industry Wants Everyone’sAttention In In 717 out of 723 accidents ((99%) http://orfe.princeton.edu/~alaink/SmartDrivingCars/NHTSA_Hendricks2001_UnsafeDrivingActs.pdf “In 717 out of 723 crashes/


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