Recent Study Shows Three Out of Four Drivers Improve Driving with Collision Avoidance Technology

 Friday, November 18, 2016

 workerscompensation.com

Missouri Employers Mutual partnered with the MU College of Engineering for groundbreaking research on the effect of collision avoidance technology (CAT) devices on drivers’ behavior. The research provides valuable insights about decreasing vehicle accidents, which are the number one way to die on the job in the United States. Learn more about the study and how CAT devices can effect safety on the job. CAT devices sense other road users and intervene if the system detects possible crash conditions and are integrated in many newer vehicles, but what about older vehicles and fleets? To address this problem, the recent study examined how drivers react and feel when using aftermarket CAT devices. Jung H. Kim, assistant professor of industrial and manufacturing systems in MU’s College of Engineering, selected four commercially available CAT systems for the study based on system features, cost and installation procedure.
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