2005


"Crashed Cars May Soon be Able to Dial 999 for Help," Ross, Sharon. The Scotsman, Feb. 4, 2005.

Telematics Development in the Vehicle Insurance Market. Hughes, Clare.Viewpoint Report Jan. 1, 2005. Strategy Analytics.com. 41 pgs.

2004


2004. Traffic Safety Facts 2002: a compilation of motor vehicle crash data from the Fatality Analysis Reporting System and the General Estimates System. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, National Center for Statistics and Analysis, Washington, DC. 216 p. Report No. DOT HS 809 620. UMTRI-85015

"AIA Urges Co-operative Effort Between AAA/Insurers to Use Standardized Event Data Recorders in Vehicles." Insurance Advocate, Feb 16, 2004, Vol. 115 Issue 6, p16, 2/ 5pp.

Associated Press. “Officials Deny Baldacci Rode Without Belt.” Press Herald, Portland, ME. March 2004.

Black Boxes Unlocks Car Crash Mysteries.” State Legislatures, February 2004, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p7, 1/3pp.

Blower, D.; Matteson, A. 2004. Evaluation of Missouri crash data reported to MCMIS crash file; [Evaluation of Missouri crash data reported to Motor Carrier Management Information System crash file] Michigan University, Ann Arbor, Transportation Research Institute, Center for National Truck Statistics/ Michigan University, Ann Arbor, Transportation Research Institute, Transportation Safety Analysis Division/ Michigan University, Ann Arbor, Transportation Research Institute, Truck and Bus Safety Analysis Division. 27 p. MCMIS Crash File. Sponsor: Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, Washington, DC. Report No. UMTRI-2004-5. UMTRI-97834

Blower, Daniel.; Matteson, Anne. 2004. Evaluation of Michigan crash data reported to MCMIS crash file; [Evaluation of Michigan crash data reported to Motor Carrier Management Information System crash file] Michigan University, Ann Arbor, Transportation Research Institute, Center for National Truck Statistics/ Michigan Univer­sity, Ann Arbor, Transportation Research Institute, Transportation Safety Analysis Division/ Michigan University, Ann Arbor, Transportation Research Institute, Truck and Bus Safety Analysis Division. 30 p. MCMIS Crash File. Sponsor: Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, Washington, DC. Report No. UMTRI-2004-32. UMTRI-98380

Fischetti, Mark. Data Driven Scientific American, Vol 290 Issue 2, p 90, 1 p, 1 graph, 2 c; February 2004

Fugger, T. F., Jr.; Randles, B. C.; Eubanks, J. J. 2004. The efficacy of event data recorders in pedestrian-related accidents. Accident Research and Biomechanics, Valencia, CA./ Automobile Collision Cause Analysis, San Diego, CA. 5 p. Accident recon­struction 2004. Warrendale, SAE, 2004, p. 89-93. Report No. SAE 2004-01-1195. UMTRI-98091 A05

Gabler, H. C.; Hampton, C. E.; Hinch, J. 2004. Crash severity: a comparison of event data recorder measurements with accident reconstruction estimates. Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ../ National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, DC. 8 p. Accident reconstruction 2004. Warrendale, SAE, 2004, p. 81-88. Report No. SAE 2004-01-1194. UMTRI-98091

Haines, Lester. “Air bag grasses up killer.” The Register.co.uk. March 2004.

Kelly, Cathy. “Black box tells us plenty.” Toronto Star ( Canada) April 24, 2004.

Kowalick, Thomas M.   Fatal Exit: The Automotive Black Box Debate, John Wiley, Inc./ IEEE Press, Hoboken, New Jersey. ISBN 0-41-69807-5. 504 pp. 2004.

Lee, W.; Han, I. 2004. Development of an event data recorder and reconstruction analysis. HK e-Car, Seoul (Korea)/ Hongik University, Chochiwon, Choongnam ( Korea) 8 p. Accident reconstruction 2004. Warrendale, SAE, 2004, p. 1-8. Sponsor: Korea Transport Institute, Seoul. Report No. SAE 2004-01-1180. UMTRI-98091 A01.

National Transportation Safety Board & Society of Automotive Engineers Highway Vehicle Event Data Recorder Symposium Proceedings. NTSB Academy at George Washington University, Virginia Campus, Ashburn, Virginia. Topics include: state-of-the-art in technology, ongoing research and validation, privacy and legal issues, end users, the insurance industry perspective and EDR standards com­mittees. Draft 352 pp. Final report available at http://www.sae.org.

Pitcher, G. “Silent Witness.” New Electronics". ISSN 00479624, pp. 18–20, Findlay Pub­lications Limited, Franks Hall, Horton Kirby, Kent DA4 9LL, England. Jan. 27, 2004.

Reust, T. J. 2004. The accuracy of speed captured by commercial vehicle event data recorders. Accident Science, Newhall , CA. 8 p. Accident reconstruction 2004. Warrendale, SAE, 2004, p. 115-122. Report No. SAE 2004-01-1199. UMTRI-98091  

Thanh Ha, Tu. “Smart air bag proves man was speeding.” Globe and Mail, Toronto, Canada, March 2004.

U.S. Proposes Uniform Data on Car Crashes.” New York Times. June 11, 2004. p. C4.

2003


Agent, K. R.; Pigman, J. G.; Barrett, M. L.; Green, E. R. 2003. Analysis of traffic crash data in Kentucky (1998-2002) Kentucky University , Lexington , Kentucky Transportation Center. 139 p. Report No. KTC-03-028/ KSP2-02-1F. UMTRI-87877 A11.

American Bar Association. “Hot Legal Issues and Prominent Figures Featured at ABA Annual Meeting in San Francisco.” News Release. July 24, 2003.

Augenstein, J. ; Perdeck, E. ; Stratton, J. ; Digges, K. ; Bahouth, G. ; Baur, P. ; Borchers, N. 2003. Methodology for the Development and Validation of Injury Predicting Algorithms. Proceedings of the 18th International Technical Conference of the Enhanced Safety of Vehicles (ESV) Conference, May 19–22, 2003 in Nagoya, Japan. Paper Number 467, 13 pp.

Ayers, Ian, Nalebuff, Barry; “Black Box For Cars.” August 2003. Forbes.com

Bellion, P. “Event Data Recorders: What Do They Tell Us?” Monash University–Institute of Transport Studies. 10 pp. Monash University, Victoria, Australia.

"Black Boxes." Arizonia Republic Online. July 12, 2003.

"Black Boxes Can Protect Against Litigation." NAFA Fleet Executive. Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company, V. 17, No. 8 (August 2003), pp. 10–12. Source of document: Northwestern University Transportation Library. 2003.

Bonilla, Denise. “Behind the Wheel ; A Key Witness at Crash Scenes : the Black Box ; Helping their Investigators Reconstruct Accidents, Data Recorders are not just for Jets Anymore.” Los Angeles Times June 24, 2003. p. B.2.

Butler, Matthew; “Black Box is Standard Vehicle Technology.” The Times Plus [Monroe, WI.] July 25, 2003.

Campo-Flores, Arian. “Car Talk” Newsweek [ New York]. May 26, 2003. Vol. 141, Issue 21. pg.10

Chambliss, John. “Devices have Critics—Auto Recording Boxes Change Routine Cases.” Online Ledger July 23, 2003.

Champion, H. ; Augenstein, J. ; Blatt, A. ; Cushing, B. ; Digges, K. ; Hunt, R. ; Lom­bardo, L. ; Siegel, J. 2003. Reducing Highway Deaths And Disabilities with Automatic Wireless Transmission of Ser. Proceedings of the 18th International Technical Conference of the Enhanced Safety of Vehicles (ESV) Conference, May 19–22, 2003, at Nagoya, Japan. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, DC. Paper Number 406, 15 pgs.

Diamantopoulou, K.; Hoareau, E.; Oxley, P.; Cameron, M. 2003. The feasibility of identifying speeding-related and fatigue-related crashes in police-reported mass crash data. Monash University, Accident Research Centre, Clayton, Victoria (Australia) 76 p. Sponsor: Australian Department of Justice; Royal Automobile Club of Victoria, Melbourne (Australia); Roads Corporation, Victoria (Australia); Transport Accident Commission, Melbourne, Victoria (Australia) Report No. 0732614961/ 197. UMTRI-96582.

Dolan, Bill; Melvinville Cop Black Box to Be Used in Probe of Fatal Motorcycle Crash—Witness Reports Spur Investigations to Determine Police Car Speed in Accident. Times Online. Aug 4, 2003. 

Echegaray, Chris. “Lake Avenue crash prompts call for black boxes.” Telegram & Gazette. Worcester, Massachusetts: Sept. 3, 2003. p. A.10.

Frey, Joe; Black Boxes Will Aide in Auto Collision Analysis

Gabler, H. ; Hampton, C. ; Roston, T. 2003. Estimating Crash Severity : Can Event Data Recorders Replace Accident Reconstruction ? Proceedings of the 18th International Technical Conference of the Enhanced Safety of Vehicles (ESV) Conference, May 19– 22, 2003 at Nagoya, Japan. Rowan University. USNHTSA. Paper Number 490, 12 pgs.

General Accounting Office Report: “Highway Safety Research Continues on a Variety of Factors that Contribute to Motor Vehicle Crashes.” Report No. GAO-03-436, HS- 043 537. 55 pages, March 2003. Available from General Accounting Office, 441 G Street, NW., Washington, DC. 20548.

Gilman, Don; Automotive Black Box Data Recovery Systems. Sept. 5, 2003. 

Hall, James E. “Viewpoint.” Aviation Week & Space Technology, Jan. 6, 2003, Vol 158 Issue 1, p54, 1p.

Hutchings, C. B.; Knight, S.; Reading , J. C. 2003. The use of generalized estimating equations in the analysis of motor vehicle crash data. Utah University, Intermountain Injury Control Research Center, Salt Lake City/ Utah University, Department of Family and Preventive Medicine, Salt Lake City. 6 p. Accident analysis and prevention. Vol. 35, no. 1 (January 2003) p. 3-8. UMTRI-63064 

Jenkins, Chris. “Petty’s Crash at Bristol hardest recorded by NASCAR black box.” USA Today. March 31, 2003.

Katz, David M. “Privacy in the private sector: use of the automotive industry’s event data recorder and cable industry’s interactive television in collecting personal data.” Rutgers Computer & Technology Law Journal, Spring 2003 v 29 i1 p163.

Kullgren, A. ; Krafft, M. ; Lie, A. ; Tingvall, C. 2003. Combining Crash Recorder and Paired Comparisons Technique : Injury Risk Functions In. Proceedings of the 18th Internatinal Technical Conference of the Enhanced Safety of Vehicles (ESV) Comfernece, May 19–22, 2003 in Nagoya, Japan. Folksam Research ( Sweden) / Monash University Accident Research Centre, Victoria ( Australia). Paper Number 404, 8 pgs.

Lawrence, J.M.; Wilkinson, C.C.; Heinrichs, B.E.; Siegmund, G.P. 2003. The Accuracy of Pre-crash Speed Captured by Data Recorders. MacInnis Engineering Associates, Richmond, British Columbia, Canada 5pp. Accident Reconstruction 2003. Warrendale, SAE, 2003, p211–215. Report No. 2003-01-0889. UMTRI-96371 A08

Leyden, John. “Air Bag Black Box Nails Killer Driver.” Register [ United Kingdom]

Linder, A,; Avery, M.; Krafft, M.; Kullgren, A. 2003. Change of Velocity and Crash Pulse Characteristics in Rear Impacts: Real-World Data. Proceedings of the 18th International Technical Conference of the Enhanced Safety of Vehicles (ESV) Conference, May 19–22, 2003 at Nagoya, Japan. The Motor Insurance Research Centre, Thatchum,( United Kingdom)/ Folksam Research, Sweden. Paper Number 285, 9 pgs.

Makowski, Felicia; “Vehicular Vision—Your Car May Be Tracking the Way You Drive.” ABC NEWS. July 16, 2003.

Mohl, Bruce; “Imagine a Black Box for Your Car—It’s There.” Boston Globe Aug. 3, 2003. Section C1.

Murray, Charles J. “Automakers face standards choice for black box recorders.” Electronic Engineering Times, July 21, 2003 Issue 1279, p4, 1p, 1c.

NAII Encouraging NHTSA to Push Envelope in Development of EDRs for Automobiles. Insurance Advocate, March 3, 2003, Vol 114 Issue 9, p22, 2p.

Newman, Richard. “No place to hide: Technology tells about your driving habits— and who may have caused that accident.” US NEWS & World Report July 14, 2003.Vol. 135, Issue 1. p. 32.

NTSB, in Conjunction with Automotive Engineers, Set Symposium on Transportation Vehicle Recorders.” Insurance Advocate, May 5, 2003, Vol 114 Issue 17, p30, 1/3pp.

Pochna, Peter. “Auto Manufacturers Increasingly Installing Event Recorders in Automobiles.” Record [ New Jersey]. Jan. 20, 2003.

Sala, D.; Wang, J.T. 2003 Continuously Predicting Crash Severity. Proceedings of the 18th International Conference of the Enhanced Safety of Vehicles (ESV) Conference, May 19–22, 2003 in Nagoya, Japan. General Motors Corporation ( USA).Paper Number 314, 8 pgs.

Schoeneburg, R.; Baumann, K.; Justen, R.; 2003. Pre-Safe—The Next Step in the Enhancement of Vehicle Safety. Proceedings of the 18th International Technical Conference of the Enhanced Safety of Vehicles (ESV) Conference, May 19–22, 2003 in Nagoya, Japan. DaimlerChrysler (Germany). Paper Number 410, 8 pgs.

Sharp, Deborah. “Autos’ Black Box Data Turning Up in Courtrooms.” USA Today May 16, 2003, p. 3A.

Smith, Jeff. “Snitch or Savior? Black Box for Cars Stores Crash Data: Most Drivers Unaware Tracking Device Could Be Under Their Hoods.” Rocky Mountain News, CO June 28, 2003. p. 1C.

Trial of Student Charged in Student’s Death Postponed.” The Clarion Ledger. July 8, 2003. 

Vetronix and Injury Sciences Announce Extension of Strategic Partnership for Crash Data Retrieval System.” Business Wire [Ft. lauderdale, Fla.] July 23, 2003.

Wald, Matthew. “Privacy Law in California Shields Drivers.” New York Times, Sept. 23, 2003, Vol. 152 Issue 52615, pA18, Op.

Wales, Elspeth. “Black Boxes Record Taxi Accidents—Special Report: Smart Garages.” Australian April 15, 2003, pg.T08.

Wilso, Kevin A. “Something to Think About.” AutoWeek, June 9, /2003, Vol 53 Issue 23, p10.

Wright, Jeanne. “ Wheels; Black Boxes Can Monitor Teen Drivers; Parents Can Install the Devices to Help Keep Tabs on the Kids Actions When They Are Behind the Wheel.” Los Angeles Times. California Jan. 29, 2003 pg. G.1.

Zitter, Josh; Deely, Liam: “Racing Toward Safer Cars—Ford Uses Crash Data Recorder in Race Cars to Build Safer Cars.” TECH TV.

2002


Architecture Development Team, Iteris, Inc.; Lockheed Martin. Standards Requirements Document. Washington DC.: Federal Highway Administration: April 2002.

Building a Black Box.” Fleet Owner, June 1, 2002.

Chan, C. 2002. On the Detection of Vehicular Crashes: System Characteristics and Architecture. Partners for Advanced Transit and Highways, Berkeley, CA. 14 pp. IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology. Vol. 51, No. 1, January 2002, pp. 180–193. UMTRI-62788.

Clark, D. E. and Cushing, B. M. “Predicted Effect of Automatic Crash Notification on Traffic Mortality”. Accident Analysis & Prevention. Volume 34, Issue 4, July 2002, Pages 507–513.

Commercial Vehicle Information Systems and Networks (CVISN) Guide to Electronic Screening. Prepared by staff of the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Labora­tory (JHU/APL). Washington, DC: Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, 2002. Baseline Version 1.0. POR-99-7193.  

Commercial Vehicle Information Systems and Networks (CVISN) Guide to Safety Information Exchange. Prepared by staff of the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (JHU/APL). Washington, DC: Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, 2002.

Content, Thomas; Miller, Stanley A. “Sensors Could Sketch out Crash—At Least two Cars Had Data Recorders That Investigators Can Tap for Clues.” Milwaukee Journal Sentinel [Wisconsin]. Oct. 15, 2002.p. 01.

Evangelista, Benny. “Car-Crash Recorders are Moving from Airliners to Autos.” San Francisco Chronicle Sept. 2, 2002, p.E1.

Fay, R.; Robinette, R.; Deering, D.; Scott, J. 2002. Using Event Data in Collision Recon­struction. Fay Engineering Corporation, Denver, Colo. 13 pp. Accident Reconstruction 2002. Warrendale, SAE, 2002, pp. 1–13. Report No. SAE 2002-01-0535 UMTRI-95830 A01.

Flavelle, Dana. “Black box takes shape.” Toronto Star ( Canada) March 25, 2002.

FY 2003 Performance Plan. Washington, DC: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 2002. 

Garner, Dwight. The Car Black Box. New York Times Magazine, 15 Dec. 2002. Vol 152, Issue 52333, p.69, 1 p.

Gates, K; Rayner, G. “Preliminary Results on the Use of Video Event Data Recorders as Part of a Driver Safety Training Program.” 9th World Conference on Intelligent Transport Systems (Chicago, Illinois) sponsored by ITS America, ITS Japan, ERTICO (Intelli­gent Transport Systems and Services— Europe). 2002.

General Motors Corporation Delphi–Delco Electronic Systems. Automotive Collision Avoidance Field Operational Test Warning Cue Implementation. Summary Report. Washington, DC: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 2002. Report No. DTNH22-99-H-07019.  

Golob, T. F. and Regan, A. C. “Trucking Industry Adoption of Information Technology: a Multivariate Discrete Choice Model.” Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies. Volume 10, Issue 3, June 2002, pp. 205–228.

Hu, P., Boundy B., Truett, T., Chang, E. and Gordon, S. Cross-Cutting Studies and State-of-the-Practice Reviews: Archive and Use of ITS-Generated Data. Washington, DC: Federal Highway Administration, 2002.  

Kraft, M.; Kullgren, A.; Ydenius, A.; Tingvall, C. Influence of crash pulse characteristics on whiplash associated disorders in rear impacts: crash recording in real life crashes. Folksam Research, Stockholm ( Sweden) / Sweden, National Road Administration. 9 pp.

Lawrence, J. M.; Wilkinson, C. C.; King, D. J.; Heinrichs, B.E.; Siegmund, G.P. The Accuracy and Sensitivity of Event Data Recorders in Low-speed Collisions. MacInnis Engineering Associates. 11 pp. Advances in Safety Test Methodology, Warrendale, SAE, 2002, pp. 1–11. Report No. SAE 2002-01-0679. UMTRI-95613 A01.

Li, H; Ogle, J; and Bachman, W. “Evaluating Driver Behavior and Safety with GPS Event Recorders and GIS.” Proceedings of GIS-T 2002: Melting Down to the Stove Pipes. 18 pages. Available from American Association of State Highway & Transporta­tion Office, 444 North Capitol Street, NW, Suite 249, Washington, DC 20001.

Machrone, Bill.; More Security, More Privacy. PC Magazine, April 2003, Vol 21 Issue 14 p 65.

MacWilliams, Joel. “Investigating Real-World Crashes: An Interview with UMTRI’s Crash Investigator, Joel MacWilliams.” UMTRI Research Review. Vol. 33, Number 1, pp. 7–9, ISSN: 07397100. Available at University of Michigan Transportation research Institute, 2901 Baxter Road, Ann Arbor, MI., 48109. January. 2002.

McIntosh, Jil. “Big Brother in a Box: Safety vs. Privacy.” Toronto Star Mar. 16, 2002. pg. G28.

McKinnon, Julie. “Little Black Box Hidden in GMC, other Vehicles.” Blade [ Toledo, Ohio]. Oct. 13, 2002. p. A01.

McNamara, Mary. “Drive Time; Growl if you Think Teenage Monitoring has gone too far.” Los Angeles Times . July 17, 2002. p.E.2.

Media Release. Anderson Launches Satellite Navigation Policy. Canberra: Commonwealth of Australia Department of Transport and Regional Services, Aug. 28, 2002. Note: There is an associated policy document, Positioning For The Future - Australia’s Satellite Navigation Strategic Policy. Canberra: Commonwealth of Australia Department of Transport and Regional Services, 2002.  

Murray, Charles J. “Engineering Joins in the Push for Automotive Black Boxes.” Electronic Engineering Times April 22, 2002. Issue 1215, p.1.

Mussa, R. N. and Upchurch, J. E. “Simulator Evaluation of Incident Detection by Transponder-equipped Vehicles.” Transportation. Vol. 29 (3): 287–305, August 2002.

NHTSA Wants Comments on Event Data Recorders.” Transport Topics. Source of Document: Transport Topics, No 3508, Oct. 21, 2002, p. 31, Northwestern University Transportation Library. 2002.

National Transportation Safety Board Safety Recommendation, H-02-35. NTSB Report No. HS-043 509, Dec. 19, 2002. 5 pages. Available from National Transportation Safety Board, 490 L’Enfant Plaza, SW., Washington, DC 20594.

Poellabauer, C. and Schwan, K. Power-Aware Video Decoding Using Real-time Event Handlers. Session on Wireless and Mobile Networks. Performance. Proceedings of the Fifth ACM international workshop on Wireless Mobile Multimedia. 2002. Atlanta, Georgia: ACM, 2002. Pages: 72–79. ISBN:1-58113-474-6.

Real Time Information—Sources and Applications. London, U.K.: The Department for Transport. 2002. 

2002 Safety in Numbers Conference Compendium. Georgetown University, Conference Center, Washington, DC: Bureau of Transportation Statistics, U.S. Department of Transportation, 2002.  

Safety Report. Analysis of Intrastate Trucking Operations. Washington, DC: National Transportation Safety Board, 2002. NTSB/SR-02/01. NTIS PB2002-917001. Notation 7448.  

Technical Specifications for the Digital Tachograph. Commission Regulation (EC) No 1360/2002 of June 13, 2002. Official Journal of the European Communities. Aug. 5, 2002.  

Wald, Matthew. “Automakers Block Crash Data Recorders that Could Save Lives, Critics Say.” New York Times. Dec. 29, 2002. p. 1.24.

White, Joseph B. “How Much Information Should Cars Have? Black Box Technology Accelerates onto Roadways.” Wall Street Journal March 20, 2002 Vol 239 Issue 55, p. B.5.F.

Ydenius, A. 2002. Influence of Crash Pulse Duration on Injury Risk in Frontal Impacts Based on Real-Life Crashes. Folksam Research, Stockholm ( Sweden) 12 p. International IRCOBI Conference on the Biomechanics of Impacts. Proceedings. Munich, Germany, 2002. UMTRI-96237 A12.

2001


Arai, Y; Nishimoto, T; Ezak, Y; Yoshmoto, K.  June, 2001. Accidents and Near-Misses Analysis by Using Video Drive-Recorders in a Fleet Test.  Proceedings of the 17th International Technical Conference on the Enhanced Safety of Vehicles (ESV) Conference, June 4-7, 2001 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, DC. DOT HS 809 220, June 2001.  Paper Number 225, 6 pgs.

Cameron, M.; Narayan, S.; Newstead, S.; Ernvall, T., Laine, V.; Langwieder, K. June, 2001. Comparative Analysis of Several Vehicle Safety Rating Systems.  Proceedings of the 17th International Technical Conference on the Enhanced Safety of Vehicles (ESV) Conference, June 4-7, 2001 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, DC. DOT HS 809 220, June 2001.  Paper Number 68, 12 pgs.

Carra, J.S.; Stern, S. D.  June, 2001.  Large Truck Crash Data Collection.   Proceedings of the 17th International Technical Conference on the Enhanced Safety of Vehicles (ESV) Conference, June 4-7, 2001 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.  National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, DC. DOT HS 809 220, June 2001.  Paper Number 209, 3 pgs.

Chidester, A.C.D; Hinch, J; Roston, T.A.  June, 2001.  Real World Experiences With Event Data Recorders.  Proceedings of the 17th International Technical Conference on the Enhanced Safety of Vehicles (ESV) Conference, June 4-7, 2001 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.    National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, DC. DOT HS 809 220, June 2001.  Paper Number 247, 11 pgs.

Chidester, A.C.D.; Isenberg, R. A.  June, 2001. Final Report – The Pedestrian Crash Data Study.  Proceedings of the 17th International Technical Conference on the Enhanced Safety of Vehicles (ESV) Conference, June 4-7, 2001 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.    National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, DC. DOT HS 809 220, June 2001.  Paper Number 248, 12 pgs.

Chidester, A.C.D.; Roston, T.A.  June, 2001.  Air Bag Crash Investigations.  Proceedings of the 17th International Technical Conference on the Enhanced Safety of Vehicles (ESV) Conference, June 4-7, 2001 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.  National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, DC. DOT HS 809 220, June 2001.  Paper Number 246, 12 pgs.

Correia, J.T.; Iliadis, K.A.; McCarron, E.S.; Smolej, M.A. June, 2001.  Utilizing Data From Automotive Event Data Recorders. Hastings, Boulding, Correia Consulting Engineers. Proceedings of the Canadian Multidisciplinary Road Safety Conference XII; June 10-13, 2001; London, Ontario. 16 pgs.

Galganski, R.A.; Donnelly, B.R.; Blatt, A.; Lombardo, L.V.  June, 2001.  Crash Visualization Using Real-World Acceleration Data.  Proceedings of the 17th International Technical Conference on the Enhanced Safety of Vehicles (ESV) Conference, June 4-7, 2001 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.  National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, DC. DOT HS 809 220, June 2001.  Paper Number 357, 10 pgs.

Gabler, H.C.; DeFuria, J.; Schmalzel, J. L.  June 2001.  Automated Crash Notification Via the Wireless Web: System Design and Validation.  Proceedings of the 17th International Technical Conference on the Enhanced Safety of Vehicles (ESV) Conference, June 4-7, in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.  National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, DC.  DOT HS 809 220, June 2001.  Paper Number 71, 5 pages.

Garthe, E. A.; Mango, N. K. 2001. Conflicting Uses of Data from Private Vehicle Data Systems. Garthe Associates, Marblehead, MA. 15 p. Intelligent Vehicle Initiative (IVI) Technology and Navigation Systems. Warrendale SAE, 2001, pp. 79-93. Report No. SAE 2001-01-804. UMTRI-94222 A10

German, A.; Comeau, J.L; Monk, B.; McClafferty, K.; Tiessen, P.F.; Chan, J. June, 2001. The Use of Event Data Recorders in the Analysis of Real-World Crashes,  Proceedings of the Canadian Multidisciplinary Road Safety Conference XII; June 10-13, 2001; London, Ontario.  15 pgs.

Hendrie, D.; Lyle, G.  June, 2001.  Safety Benefits of Improvements in Vehicle Design Since the Introduction of the ANCAP Crash Test Program.  Proceedings of the 17th International Technical Conference on the Enhanced Safety of Vehicles (ESV) Conference, June 4-7, 2001 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.  National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, DC. DOT HS 809 220, June 2001.  Paper Number 259, 10 pgs.

Hill, J.; Thomas, P.; Smith, M.; Byard, N.; Rillie, I.  June, 2001.  The Methodology of On The Spot Accident Investigations in the UK.   Proceedings of the 17th International Technical Conference on the Enhanced Safety of Vehicles (ESV) Conference, June 4-7, 2001 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.  National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, DC. DOT HS 809 220, June 2001.  Paper Number 350, 10 pgs.

Hook, P.  2001. "Skunk in the Trunk?: Journey and Collision Data Recorders: Asset or Liability?" Traffic Technology International 2001. (2001).

Kowalick, Thomas. M. May, 2001.  Pros and Cons of Emerging Event Data Recorder (EDR) Technologies in the Highway Mode.  Proceedings of The Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE)  VTS 53rd  Vehicular Technology Conference, May 6-9, 2001 at Rhodes, Greece.  IEEE catalog number 01CH37202C, ISBN: 0-7803-6730-8. 10 pgs.

Kowalick. Thomas. M.  June, 2001. Real-World Perceptions of Emerging Event Data Recorder (EDR) Technologies.  Proceedings of the 17th International Technical Conference on the Enhanced safety of Vehicles (ESV) Conference, June 4-7, 2001 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.   National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, DC. DOT HS 809 220, June 2001.  Paper Number 146, 8 pgs.

Krafft, M.; Kullgren, A.; Lie, A.; Tinggvall, C.  June, 2001.  Injury Risk Functions for Individual Car Models.  Proceedings of the 17th International Technical Conference on the Enhanced Safety of Vehicles (ESV) Conference, June 4-7, 2001 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.   National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, DC. DOT HS 809 220, June 2001.  Paper Number 168, 8 pgs.

Krafft, M.; Kullgren, A.; Ydenius, A.; Tingvall, C.  June, 2001.  The Correlation Between Crash Pulse Characteristics and Duration of Symptoms to the Neck – Crash Recording in Real Life Rear Impacts.  Proceedings of the 17th International Technical Conference on the Enhanced Safety of Vehicles (ESV) Conference, June 4-7, 2001 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.  National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, DC. DOT HS 809 220, June 2001.  Paper Number 174, 7 pgs.

Laine, V.; Ernvall, T.; Cameron, M.; Newstead, S.  June, 2001.  Agressivity Variables and Their Sensitivity in Car Agressivity Ratings.  Proceedings of the 17th International Technical Conference on the Enhanced Safety of Vehicles (ESV) Conference, June 4-7, 2001 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.  National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, DC. DOT HS 809 220, June 2001.  Paper Number 190, 10 pgs.

Linder, A.; Avery, M.; Krafft, M.; Kullgren, A.; Swensson, M.Y.  June, 2001.  Acceleration Pulses and Crash Severity in Low Velocity Rear Impacts – Real World Data and Barrier Tests.   Proceedings of the 17th International Technical Conference on the Enhanced safety of Vehicles (ESV) Conference, June 4-7, 2001 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.  National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, DC. DOT HS 809 220, June 2001.  Paper Number 216, 10 pgs.

K.;Fildes, B.; Ernvall, T; Cameron, M. June 2001. Quality Criterial for Crashworthiness Assessment from Real-World Crashes. Proceedings of the 17th International Technical Conference on the Enhanced Safety of Vehicles (ESV) Conference, June 4-7, 2001 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, DC. DOT HS 809 220, June 2001. Paper Number 389, 15 pgs.

Mooi, H.G.; Galliano, F.  June, 2001.  Dutch In-Depth Accident Investigation: First Experiences and Analysis Results for Motorcycles and Mopeds.   Proceedings of the 17th International Technical Conference on the Enhanced safety of Vehicles (ESV) Conference, June 4-7, 2001 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.  National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, DC. DOT HS 809 220, June 2001.  Paper Number 236, 10 pgs.

Rosenbluth, W.   June 2001.  Investigation and Interpretation of Black Box Data in Automobiles: A Guide to the Concepts and Formats of Computer Data in Vehicle Safety and Control Systems.  Jointly published by American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) West Conshohocken, PA, and Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE). 

Sporner, A.; Kramlick, T.  June, 2001.  Motorcycle Braking and It’s Influence on Severity of Injury. Proceedings of the 17th International Technical Conference on the Enhanced safety of Vehicles (ESV) Conference, June 4-7, 2001 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.  National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, DC. DOT HS 809 220, June 2001.  Paper Number 303, 7 pgs.

Stewart, Gerald. R.  June, 2001.  The Role of Innovation and Statistical Methodology in Safety Assessment Projects.  Proceedings of the 17th International Technical Conference on the Enhanced Safety of Vehicles (ESV) Conference, June 4-7, 2001 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.  National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, DC. DOT HS 809 220, June 2001.  Paper Number 412, 7 pgs.

Thompson, K.M.; Graham, J.D.; Zeeler, J.W.  June, 2001.  Risk-Benefit Analysis Methods for Vehicle Safety Devices.  Proceedings of the 17th International Technical Conference on the Enhanced safety of Vehicles (ESV) Conference, June 4-7, 2001 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.  National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, DC. DOT HS 809 220, June 2001.  Paper Number 340, 7 pgs.

Ueyama, M. June, 2001.  Driver Characteristic Using Driving Monitoring Recorder.  Proceedings of the 17th International Technical Conference on the Enhanced Safety of Vehicles (ESV) Conference, June 4-7, 2001 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.   National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, DC. DOT HS 809 220, June 2001.  Paper Number 426, 10 pgs.

2000


Record of the U.S. DOT/National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) Event Data Recorder (EDR) Working Group, Docket NHTSA-00-7699, available at http://www.regulations.gov

Symposia Records of the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB)
Transportation Safety and the Law,
April 25-26, Washington, DC. The NTSB held a symposium on issues related to improving transportation safety and the available information in the 21st century.  

Grush, Ernie.  Ford Motor Company; Research Opportunities With Automotive Crash Recorders 

Krafft, M.; Kullgren, A.; Tingvall, C.; Bostroem, O.; Fredriksson, R. 2000. How Crash Severity in Rear Impacts Influences Short-and Long-term Consequences to the Neck. Folksam Research and Development, Stockholm (Sweden)/ Monash University, Accident Research Centre, Clayton, Victoria (Australia)/ Autoliv AB, Vaargaarda (Sweden) 9 p. Accident Analysis and Prevention, Vol. 32, No. 2, March 2000, pp. 187-195. UMTRI-61502

Goebelbecker, J. M.; Ferrone, C. 2000. Utilizing Electronic Control Module Data in Accident Reconstruction. Triodyne Consulting Engineers, Niles, Ill. 7 p. Accident Reconstruction: Analysis, Simulation, and Visualization. Warrendale, SAE, 2000, pp. 83-89. Report No. SAE-2000-01-0466. UMTRI-93282 A07.

Kullgren, A.; Krafft, M.; Nygren, AA.; Tingvall, C. 2000. Neck Injuries in Frontal Impacts: Influence of Crash Pulse Characteristics on Injury Risk. Folksam Research and Development, Stockholm (Sweden)/ Karolinska Institutet, Department of Clinical Neuroscience and Family Medicine, Stockholm (Sweden)/ Monash University, Accident Research Centre, Clayton, Victoria (Australia) 9 p. Accident Analysis and Prevention, Vol. 32, No. 2, March 2000, pp. 197-205. UMTRI-61503.

Marsh J.  2000. Ford’s New Taurus and Sable; The Safety Network; pp. 4-5; November 2000.

Sabow, G. 2000. (IVU Inst). "Driving Data Recorders (FDS) and Young Drivers." Around the World in Two and a Half Days: Lessons from the UK Proceedings (2000).

To, H; Choudhry, O.; April 2000.  Mayday Plus Operational Test Evaluation Report.  Minnesota Department of Transportation.

Wouters, P. I. J.; Bos, J. M. J. 2000. Traffic Accident Reduction by Monitoring Driver Behavior with In-Car Data Recorders. Institute for Road Safety Research SWOV, Leidschendam (Netherlands) 8 p. Accident Analysis and Prevention, Vol. 32, No. 5, September 2000, pp. 643-650. UMTRI-61880.

1999


Record of the U.S. DOT/National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) Event Data Recorder Working Group, Docket NHTSA-99-5218, available at http://www.regulations.gov

Federal Register, 64 FR 29616 (June 2, 1999) available at http://www.access.gpo.gov/

National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) International Symposium on Transportation RecordersMay 3-5, 1999, Washington, DC. Goal: To Share Knowledge and Experience Gained from the Use of Recorded Information to Improve Transportation Safety and Efficiency.

1.    Smiths Industries Flight Data/Cockpit Voice Recorders Jeffrey L. Brooks 

2.    An Autonomous Data Recorder for Field Testing ] Joseph A. Carroll, Michael D. Fennell 

3.    Reducing Highway Deaths and Disabilities with Automatic Wireless Transmission of Serious Injury Probability Ratings from Crash Recorders to Emergency Medical Services Providers   Howard Champion, J.S. Augenstein, B. Cushing, K.H. Digges, R. Hunt, R. Larkin, A.C. Malliaris, W.J. Sacco, J.H. Siegel 

4.    Recording Automotive Crash Event Data   Augustus Chidester, John Hinch, Thomas C. Mercer, Keith S. Schultz 

5.    Proactive Use of Recorded Data for Accident Prevention  Ed Dobranetski, Dave Case 

6.    On-Board Recorders: The "Black Boxes" of the Trucking Industry  Les Dole 

7.    Digital Audio Recorders Life Savers, Educators, and Vindicators  Matthew Durkin 

8.    Transportation Event Recorder Data: Balancing Federal Public Policy and Privacy Rights  Gregory L. Evans 

9.    Security of Recorded Information  Lindsay Fenwick 

10.    Future Video Accident Recorder  Mike Horne 

11.    Proactive Use of Highway Recorded Data Via an Event Data Recorder (EDR) to Achieve Nationwide Seat Belt Usage in the 90th Percentile by 2002  Thomas M. Kowalick 

12.    The Contribution of Onboard Recording Systems to Road Safety and Accident Analysis  Dr. Gerhard Lehmann, Tony Reynolds 

13.    Transportation Recorders on Commercial Vehicles  Paul Menig and Cary Coverdill 

14.    The Benefits of Vehicle-Mounted Video Recording Systems  R. Jeffrey Scaman 

15.    On-Board Recording for Commercial Motor Vehicles and Drivers:
Microscopic and Macroscopic Approaches  Neill L. Thomas, Deborah M. Freund 

16.    A Vision of Future Crash Survivable Recording Systems  Michael H. Thompson 


Kowalick, Thomas. M.  June, 1999.  Perceptions of College Students Regarding Utilization of Transportation Recorders in the Highway Mode, Sandhills Community College, Pinehurst, North Carolina, 651 pgs.

Kullgren, A. 1999. Crash-Pulse Recorders in Real-Life Accidents: Influence of Change of Velocity and Mean and Peak Acceleration on Injury Risk in Frontal Impacts. Folksam Research Foundation, Stockholm (Sweden) Karolinska Hospital, Department of Clinical Neuroscience, Stockholm (Sweden) 8 p. Crash Prevention and Injury Control, Vol. 1, No. 2, October 1999, pp. 113-120. UMTRI-61230.

Kullgren, A. 1999. (Folksam Res, Sweden, Sweden Thompson, R. (Chalmers Univ Technol, and Sweden Krafft, T. M.  (Folksam Res. "The Effect of Crash Pulse Shape on AIS1 Neck Injuries in Frontal Impacts." Proceedings of the 1999  IRCOBI Conference on the Biomechanics of Impact, Sept. 23-24, 1999, Sitges, Spain. 1999. pp 231-42: 18 Refs.

Popov, A. A.; Cole, D. J.; Cebon, D.; Winkler, C. B. 1999. Energy Loss in Truck Tyres and Suspensions. Michigan University, Ann Arbor, Transportation Research Institute, Engineering Research Division. 12 p. Sponsor: Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (United Kingdom); Dunlop Tyre and Rubber, Birmingham (England); Cambridge Vehicle Dynamics Consortium. UMTRI-93076

Roszbach, R.; Heidstra, J.; Wouters, P. I. J. 1999. Data Recorders in Voertuigen; [Data Recorders in Vehicles] Netherlands, Rijkswaterstaat, Delft. 61 p. Sponsor: Institute for Road Safety Research SWOV, Leidschendam (Netherlands) Report No. R-99-26. UMTRI-93452.

Ydenius, A.; Kullgren, A. 1999. Pulse Shapes and Injury Risks in Collisions with Roadside Objects: Result from Real-Life Impacts with Recorded Crash Pulses. Folksam Research Foundation, Stockholm (Sweden) 8 p. International IRCOBI Conference on the Biomechanics of Impacts. 1999. Proceedings. Bron (France), 1999. Pp. 435-442. UMTRI-92961 A26.

1998


Federal Register, 63 FR 60222270 (Nov. 9, 1998) available at http://www.access.gpo.gov/

Kullgren, A.; Ydenius, A.; Tingvall, C. 1998. Frontal Impacts with Small Partial Overlap: Real Life Data from Crash Recorders. Folksam Research (Sweden) Karolinska Institutet, Department of Clinical Neuroscience and Family Medicine, Stockholm (Sweden) Swedish National Road Administration. 10 p. International Technical Conference on Experimental Safety Vehicles. Sixteenth. Proceedings. Volume I. Washington, DC., NHTSA, 1998. Pp. 259-268. Report No. 98-S1-O-13. UMTRI-92420 A38.
 
Krafft, M.; Kullgren, A.; Tingvall, C. 1998. Crash Pulse Recorder in Rear Impacts -- Real Life Data. Folksam Research Foundation, Stockholm (Sweden)/ Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm (Sweden) Statens Vaegoch Trafikinstitut, Linkoeping (Sweden) 7 p. International Technical Conference on Experimental Safety Vehicles. Sixteenth. Proceedings. Volume II. Washington, DC., NHTSA, 1998. Pp. 1256-1262. Report No. 98-S6-O-10. UMTRI-92421 A50.


Matsumoto, K. 1998. Trends and Priorities in Motor Vehicle Safety for the 21st century: Japan. Japan Ministry of International Trade and Industry, Tokyo. 3 p. International Technical Conference on Experimental Safety Vehicles. Sixteenth. Proceedings. Volume I. Washington, DC., NHTSA, 1998. Pp. 85-87. UMTRI-92420 A15.

Melvin, J. W.; Baron, K. J.; Little, W. C.; Gideon, T. W.; Pierce, J. 1998. Biomechanical Analysis of Indy Race Car Crashes. General Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich./ Kestrel Advisors, Inc. 20 p. Stapp car crash conference. 42nd. Proceedings. Warrendale, SAE, 1998. Pp. 247-266. Report No. SAE 983161. UMTRI-91882 A17.


Phen, Dowdy, Ebbeler, Kim, Moore, and VanZandt; Advanced Air Bag Technology Assessment; JPL Publication 98-3; April 1998.  This report can be found on the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory web site.

Ueyama, M.; Ogawa, S.; Chikasue, H.; Muramatu, K. 1998. Relationship Between Driving Behavior and Traffic Accidents -- Accident Data Recorder and Driving Monitor Recorder. National Research Institute of Police Science, Tokyo (Japan)/ Yazaki Meter Corporation (Japan) 8 p. International Technical Conference on Experimental Safety Vehicles. Sixteenth. Proceedings. Volume I. Washington, DC., NHTSA, 1998. Pp. 402-409. Report No. 98-S1-O-06. UMTRI-92420 A53.

Wright, P. G. 1998. The Role of Motorsport Safety. Federation Internationale de l'Automobile (England) 6 p. International Technical Conference on Experimental Safety Vehicles. Sixteenth. Proceedings. Volume II. Washington, DC., NHTSA, 1998. Pp. 1263-1268. Report No. 98-S6-O-12. UMTRI-92421 A51.

1997

Anderson, U.; Koch, M.; Norin, H. 1997. The Volvo Digital Accident research Recorder (DARR) Converting Accident DARR-Pulses into Different Impact Severity Measures. Volvo Car Corporation, Automotive Safety Centre, Goeteborg (Sweden) 20 p. International IRCOBI conference on the biomechanics of impact. 1997 Proceedings. Hannover, IROCBI, 1997. Pp. 301-320. UMTRI-92418 A19.

“Colloquium on Monitoring of Driver and Vehicle Performance” Digest (Institution of Electrical Engineers) ; No 1997, no. 122. (1997).

Anderson, U.; Koch, M.; Norin, H. 1997. The Volvo Digital Accident research Recorder (DARR) Converting Accident DARR-Pulses into Different Impact Severity Measures.

Berg, F.;  Alexander, M.  1997.  Uwe, Bergisch Gladbach Bundesanstalt Fursstrassenwesen, and Berichte Der Bundesanstalt Fur Strassenwesen.  Fahrzeugtechnik. "Accident Data Recorders as a Source of Information for Accident Research in the Pre-Crash Phase” (HEFT (1997).

Byrne, R. H.; Pletta, J. B.; Case, R. P.; Klarer, P. R.; Campbell, K. L.; Blower, D. 1997. Commercial Vehicle Incident Monitors. Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque, N.M./ Michigan University, Ann Arbor, Transportation Research Institute, Center for National Truck Statistics. 243 p. Sponsor: Federal Highway Administration, Office of Motor Carriers, Washington, DC. UMTRI-91197.

Wouters, P.I.J.  1997.  (SWOV, Netherlands, and Netherlands BOS JMJ)  The Impact of Driver Monitoring With Vehicle Data Recorders on Accident Occurance: Methodology and Results of a Field Trial in Belgium and The Netherlands. (R-97-8) 64 pgs; 9 Refs.

1996


Korner, J.  1996.  Volvo Car Corp, Sweden. "The Safety Philosophy Guiding Car Design.” Proceedings of the Fifth World Congress of the International Road Safety Organization – Marketing Traffic Safety, Held Oct.3-6, 1994, Cape Town, Republic of South Africa.  1996. pp 319-26 : 10 Refs.

Lehmann, G. 1996. The Features of the Accident Data Recorder and its Contribution to Road Safety. VDO Kienzle GmbH, Villingen-Schwenningen (Germany) 4 p. International Technical Conference on Enhanced Safety of Vehicles. 15th Proceedings. Volume 2. Washington, DC., National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 1996. Pp. 1565-1568. Report No. 96-S9-W-34. UMTRI-91346 A54.

Melvin, J. W.; Baron, K. J.; Little, W. C.; Pierce, J.; Trammell, T. R. 1996. Investigation of Indy Car Crashes Using Impact Recorders. General Motors Corporation, Research and Development Center, Warren, Mich./ General Motors Corporation, Motorsports, Warren, Mich./ Championship Automobile Racing Teams. 17 p. Motorsports Engineering Conference Proceedings. 1996. Volume 1: Vehicle Design Issues. Warrendale, SAE, 1996. Pp. 127-143. Report No. SAE 962522. UMTRI-89565 A02.

 The 7th Westminister Lecture on Transport Safety.  “A Holistic View of Automotive Safety.” 1996 17P (1996).

Ueyama, M.; Beppu, S.; Koura, M. 1996. Automatic Recording System and Traffic Accidents at Uncontrolled Intersections. National Research Institute of Police Science, Tokyo (Japan)/ Mitsubishi Electric Corporation (Japan) 11 p. International Technical Conference on Enhanced Safety of Vehicles. 15th Proceedings. Volume 2. Washington, DC., National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 1996. Pp. 1476-1486. Report No. 96-S9-O-17. UMTRI-91346 A44.

1995

Fincham, W.F; Kast. A.; Lambourn, R.F.  1995.  The Use of a High Resolution Accident Data Recorder in the Field; Paper No. 950351; SAE.

1994


Kullgren, A.; Lie, A.; Tingvall, C. 1994. The Use of Crash Rcorders in Studying Real-Life Accidents. Chalmers Tekniska Hoegskola, Goeteborg, Sweden. 7 p. International Technical Conference on Enhanced Safety of Vehicles. 14th Proceedings, Volume 1. Washington, DC., National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 1994. Pp. 856-862. UMTRI-88120 A79.

Norin, H.; Koch, M.; Magnusson, H. 1994. Estimating Crash Severity in Frontal Collisions Using the Volvo Digital Accident Research Recorder (DARR). Volvo Car Corporation, Goeteborg, Sweden. 7 p. ISATA International Symposium on Automotive Technology and Automation, 27th. Proceedings for the Dedicated Conference on Road and Vehicle Safety. Croydon, Automotive Automation Ltd., 1994. Pp. 409-415. Report No. 94SF024. UMTRI-87370 A28.

Williams, M.; Hoekstra, E. 1994. Comparison of Five On-Head, Eye-Movement Recording Systems. Final report. Michigan University, Ann Arbor, Transportation Research Institute. 88 p. Sponsor: Michigan University, Ann Arbor, IVHS Industrial Advisory Board. Report No. UMTRI-94-11. UMTRI-87344.
 

1993


Aldman, B.; Kullgren, A.; Lie, A.; Tingvall, C. 1993. Crash Pulse Recorder (CPR) - Development and Evaluation of a Low Cost Device for Measuring Crash Pulse and Delta-V. Folksam Research and Development, Stockholm, Sweden/ Chalmers Tekniska Hoegskola, Goeteborg, Sweden. 5 p. International Technical Conference on Experimental Safety Vehicles. 13th Proceedings. Volume I. Washington, DC., NHTSA, 1993. Pp. 188-192. UMTRI-85231 A19.

Lambourn R. F.  1993.  525 School Street SW Suite 410 Washington DC 20024 USA Institute of Transportation Engineers. "Road Accident Investigation as a Branch of Forensic Science." Conference Title: Compendium of Technical Papers, ITE, 63rd Annual Meeting Location: The Hague, Netherlands. Sponsored by: Institute of Transportation Engineers. Held: 19930919-19930922. 1993, no. 09. Pp. 438-442 (1993): 21 Refs.

1992


Cheng, C.H., Nachtsheim, C.J. Benson , P. G. 1992. Statistical Methods for Optimally Locating Automatic Traffic Recorders. Ohio State University, Columbus / Minnestota University, Minneapolis. 132 p. Sponsor: Transportation Department, Washington, DC., Mountain-Plains Consortium. Report No. MPC 92-14. UMTRI-84774.

1991


Salomonsson, O.; Koch, M. 1991. Crash Recorder for Safety System Studies and as a Consumer's Product. Mannesmann Kienzle, Germany/ Volvo Car Corporation, Goeteborg, Sweden. 13 p. Frontal Crash Safety Technologies for the 90's. Warrendale, SAE, 1991. Pp. 21-33. Report No. SAE 910656. UMTRI-80924.

1990


Texas Department of Transportation, 125 East 11th Street Austin TX 78701 2483 USA. "National Traffic Data Acquisition Technologies Conference, Austin, Texas, Aug. 26-30, 1990.  Conference Title: National Traffic Data Acquisition Technologies Conference: Austin, Texas. Sponsored by: American Society for Testing and Materials; Texas A&M University; University of Texas; and Federal Highway Administration. August 26-30, 1990, no. 08. pp 432 1990.

1989


Adiv, A.; Ervin, R. D. 1989. Examination of Features Proposed for Improving Truck Safety. Final report. Michigan University, Ann Arbor, Transportation Research Institute. 95 p. Sponsor: Michigan Department of Transportation, Lansing, MI. Report No. UMTRI-89-2. UMTRI-78350.

1988


Panik, F. 1988. Future Aspects in Automotive Electronics. Daimler-Benz, AG, Stuttgart, Germany FR. 54 p. UMTRI-79073.

Tumbas, N.S; Smith, R.A.  1988. Measuring Protocol for Quantifying Vehicle Damage from an Energy Basis Point of View; SAE 880072.

1987


Panik, F.; Hamm, L.; Reister; Voy (1987) Einfluss der Elektronik auf den Automobilverkehr der Zunkunft; Influence of Electronics on Automobile Traffic of the Future. Daimler-Benz, AG, Stuttgart, Germany FR. 40 p. UMTRI-79072.

Wilson, F. R.  1987.  Measurement of Collision Avoidance Times.  1987 Annual Conference Proceedings: Roads and Transportation Association of Canada.  B41- B61 (14 Refs.)  Roads and Transportion Association of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.


1986


Volkmar, H.; Koch, S.; Weber, R. 1986. Erhebung und analyse von Pkw-Fahrleistungsdaten mit Hilfe eines mobilen Datenerfassungssystems.; Acquiring and Analyzing Passenger Car Performance Data Using a Mobile Data Acquisition System. Infratest Sozialforschung, Germany FR/ Mannesman Kienzle, Germany FR. 76 p. Sponsor: Forschungsvereinigung Automobiltechnik e.V., Frankfurt, Germany FR. Report No. 61. UMTRI-76304.

1985


Held, T. H. 1985. The Potential Use of Optical Videodiscs in Automotive Navigational Systems: a Prototype System. MetaMedia Systems, Inc., Germantown, MD. 3 p. Brown, I. D., Goldsmith, R., Coombes, K., and Sinclair, M. A., eds. Ergonomics International 85. Philadelphia, Taylor and Francis, 1985. Pp. 433-435. Report No. E5/3. UMTRI-74960.

1984


Winkler, C. B.; Campbell, J. D.; Hagan, M. R. 1984. Vehicle Motion Measurement Technology. Final report. Michigan University, Ann Arbor, Transportation Research Institute. 63 p. Sponsor: General Motors Corporation, Proving Ground Section, Milford, MI. Report No. UMTRI-84-20. UMTRI-71951.

1982


Baker, W. T. 1982. Photologging. Federal Highway Administration, Washington, DC. 44 p. National Cooperative Highway Research Program Synthesis of Highway Practice, No. 94, November 1982. Sponsor: American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials, Washington, DC. UMTRI-55285.

Fraser. P. J. 1982. The ARRB Road Users Data Acquisition System (RUDAS) Australian Road Research Board, Vermont South. 21 p. Report No. ATM No. 14. UMTRI-47931.

1981

Blauvelt, A. A.; Klein, R. H.; Peters, R. A. 1981. Instrumentation for Measuring Pavement-Vehicle Interaction. Volume III: Kennedy Co. Operation and Maintenance Manual, Formatter and Digital Tape Transport. Final report. Systems Technology, Inc., Hawthorne, CA. 226 p. Sponsor: Federal Highway Administration, Structures and Applied Mechanics Division, Washington, DC. Report No. TM-1109-1/ FHWA-RD-80-077. UMTRI-46632.

Blauvelt, A. A.; Klein, R. H.; Peters, R. A. 1981. Instrumentation for Measuring Pavement-Vehicle Interaction. Volume II: Digalog Systems Operation and Maintenance Manual, Data Acquisition System, model DLI 203. Final report. Systems Technology, Inc., Hawthorne, CA. 98 p. Sponsor: Federal Highway Administration, Structures and Applied Mechanics Division, Washington, DC. Report No. TM-1109-1/ FHWA-RD-80-076. UMTRI-46631.

Blauvelt, A. A.; Klien, R. H.; Peters, R. A. 1981. Instrumentation for Measuring Pavement-Vehicle Interaction. Volume I: System Description, Operation, Calibration and Maintenance Manual. Final report. Systems Technology, Inc., Hawthorne, CA. 84 p. Sponsor: Federal Highway Administration, Structures and Applied Mechanics Division, Washington, DC. Report No. TM-1109-1/ FHWA-RD-80-075. UMTRI-46630.

Bowden, T. J.; Reichert, J. K.; Landolt, J. P. 1981. The Data Acquisition System at the DCIEM Impact Studies Facility. Defence and Civil Institute of Environmental Medicine, Downsview, Ontario, Canada. 8 p. Report No. SAE 810812. UMTRI-46023.


Bowersock, R. G.; Dupree, J. F.; Bock, D. T. 1981. A Microcomputer-Based On-Vehicle Data Acquisition System. Ford Motor Company, Dearborn, MI. 11 p. Report No. SAE 810811. UMTRI-46024.

Fouts, P. G.; Griggs, G. A.; Holdren, E. J. 1981. Digital Recording of Vehicle Crash Data. Chrysler Corporation, Highland Park, MI. 13 p. Report No. SAE 810810. UMTRI-46006.
 
Klaber, K. 1981. Advanced Automotive Crash Recorder Design Development and Test Analysis. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, DC. 10 p. Report No. SAE 810809. UMTRI-46008.


Reichert, J. K.; Landolt, J. P. 1981. Digital and Analog Filters for Processing Impact Test Data. Defence and Civil Institute of Environmental Medicine, Downsview, Ontario, Canada. 11 p. Report No. SAE 810813. UMTRI-46022.


Thatcher, C. D. 1981. Advanced Recorder Design and Development. Final report. Dynamic Science, Inc., Phoenix, AR. 187 p. Sponsor: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, DC. Report No. 8314-80-213/ DOT/HS 805 914. UMTRI-46293.

1979


O'Neill, B.; Wong, J. 1979. A Laboratory Evaluation of a Low Cost Motor Vehicle Crash Recorder. Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, Washington, DC. 7 p. Accident Analysis and Prevention, Vol. 11, No. 1, March 1979, pp. 43-49. UMTRI-54119.

Ruschmann, P. A.; Carroll, H. O.; Greyson, M.; Joscelyn, K. B. 1979. An Analysis of the Potential Legal Constraints on the Use of Mechanical Devices to Monitor Driving Restrictions. Final report. Highway Safety Research Institute, Ann Arbor, MI. 56 p. Sponsor: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, DC. Report No. UM-HSRI-79-65/ DOT/HS 805 523. UMTRI-44938.


Sherwin, J. R.; Kerr, J. D. 1979. Advanced Recorder Design Development. Final report. Teledyne Geotech, Garland, TX. 46 p. Sponsor: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, DC. Report No. DOT/HS 805 081. UMTRI-43051.


Wyman, J. H.  1979.  Event Recorder as a Turning Movement Indicator.  Maine Department of Transportation, Augusta, MA.  Report Number: IM-3, 18 pgs.

1978


Backaitis, S. H. 1978. Evaluation of New Instruments for Measurement of Differential Crash Velocity and for Sensing the Threshold of Critical Crash Intensity. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Office of Motor Vehicle Programs, Washington, DC. 20 p. International Congress on Automotive Safety. 5th Proceedings. Washington, DC., NHTSA, March 1978. Pp. 427-446. UMTRI-40399 A24.

Wolf, R. J. 1978. A Solid-State Digital Data Recorder for Monitoring Automotive Crash Environments. Final report. Kaman Sciences Corporation, Colorado Springs, Colo. 73 p. Sponsor: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, DC. Report No. DOT/HS-803 666. UMTRI-41371.

1977

Damkot, D. K.; Geller, H. A.; Whitmore, D. G. 1977. Measuring Driver Performance: Instrumentation, Software, and Application. Vermont University, Burlington. 7 p. Sponsor: National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, Rockville, MD. Report No. SAE 770813. UMTRI-38078.

Glen, M.G.M; Powell D.G. 1977. A Low-Cost, Portable Event-Recording System. Traffic Engineering Control. 1977. 11 pgs.

Gaye, A. M.; Sandover, J.; Thomas, P. D. 1977. Apparatus for Field Studies of Man at Work. London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, England/ Loughborough University of Technology, Leicestershire, England. 2 p. Journal of Physiology, Vol. 268, No. 1, June 1977, pp. 5P-6P. Sponsor: Medical Research Council, London, England; Transport and Road Research Laboratory, Crowthorne, England. UMTRI-38402.

Richter, V.; Kramer, M. 1977. Digitale Messdatenaufnahme und -verarbeitung bei Fussgaenger - Fahrzeug-Unfallexperimenten; Digital Data Collection and Processing in Pedestrian/Vehicle Accident Experiments. Berlin Technische Universitaet, Institut fuer Landverkehrsmittel, Germany FR. 3 p. ATZ, 79. Jahrgang, Nr. 11, November 1977, pp. 509-510, 513. UMTRI-53643.

Strickland, L. R.; Wood, P. 1977. TRI-MET Automated Fare Billing System. Mitre Corporation, Metrek Division, McLean, Va. 48 p. Sponsor: Urban Mass Transportation Administration, Washington, DC. Report No. MTR-7582 Rev. 2. UMTRI-40497.

1976


Abromavage, J. C.; Beemer, R. L. 1976. A Data Acquisition Method for Dynamic Vehicle Testing. Amerco Technical Center, Phoenix, AZ. 7 p. Report No. SAE 760789. UMTRI-35914.

Backaitis, S. H.; Trout, E. M.; Wolf, R. J. 1976. The Development and Performance of a Self-Contained Solid-State Digital Crash Recorder for Anthropomorphic Dummies. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, DC./ Federal Aviation Administration, Washington, DC./ Kaman Sciences Corporation, Colorado Springs, CO. 32 p. Report No. SAE 760013. UMTRI-33750.

Enserink, E. 1976. Evaluation of Self-Contained Anthropomorphic Dummy Data Acquisition System. Final report. Dynamic Science, Phoenix, AR. 141 p. Sponsor: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, DC. Report No. 3961-75-178/ DOT/HS 801 827. UMTRI-33788.


Fundamental Consideration on the Generation of Data for the Relation Between Vehicle Handling and Accident Avoidance with the Aid of Drive Recorders. Revised. International Organization for Standardization, Geneva, Switzerland. 16 p. Report No. ISO/TC 22/SC 9 Germany-6. UMTRI-34934.

Hofferberth, J. E. 1976. User Data Needs. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, DC. 6 p. Garrett, J. W., ed. Motor Vehicle Collision Investigation Symposium. Volume I: Proceedings. Buffalo, Calspan Corporation, August 1976. Pp. 143-148. UMTRI-35846 A08

Michalopoulos, P. G. 1976. Bus Priority System Studies. Florida University, Gainesville. 6 p. Traffic Engineering, Vol. 46, No. 7, July 1976, pp. 46-49, 52, 54. Sponsor: Transportation Department, Washington, DC.; Florida Department of Transportation, Tallahassee. UMTRI-52996.

O'Brien, C.; Paradise, M.G.A. 1976. The Development of a Portable Non-Invasive Ssytem for Analyzing Human Movement. Nottingham University, Department of Production Engineering and Production Management, England. 3 p. International Ergonomics Association. 6th Congress Proceedings. Santa Monica Human Factors Society, 1976. Pg 390-392 UMTRI-34935 A27.

On-Board Computer Testing. 4 p. Automotive Engineering, Vol. 84, No. 11, Nov 1976, pp. 30-33. UMTRI-53122

Static Evaluation of Air Cushion Deployment Effects on the Memory Retention of the Solid-State Digital Recorder System. Final report. Kaman Sciences Corporation, Colorado Springs, CO. 29 p. Sponsor: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, DC. Report No. K-76-64-U(R)/ DOT/HS 802 040. UMTRI-35857.

Wolf, R. J. 1976. A Solid-State Digital Data Recorder for Monitoring Anthropomorphic Dummy Impact Environments. Final report. Kaman Sciences Corporation, Colorado Springs, CO. 74 p. Sponsor: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, DC. Report No. K-76-28U(R)/ DOT/ HS 801 907. UMTRI-34533.

1975


A New look at Tachs - Use of Sangamo Tachographs for Safety. 3 p. Diesel Equipment Superintendent, Vol. 53, March 1975, pp. 32-34. UMTRI-33183.

Appleby, M. R.; Bintz, L. J. 1975. Seat Belt Use-Inducing System Effectiveness. Final report. Automobile Club of Southern California, Automotive Engineering Department, Los Angeles. 45 p. Sponsor: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Office of Driver Performance Research, Washington, DC. Report No. DOT/HS 801 503. UMTRI-32135.

A Solid-State Recorder for Monitoring Anthropomorphic Dummy Impact Environments. Operator's manual for KSC recorder model ADO2T12. Preliminary edition. Kaman Sciences Corporation, Colorado Springs, CO. 24 p. Report No. K-75-95U(R) UMTRI-33675.

American National Standard Guide for the Selection of Mechanical Devices Used in Monitoring Acceleration Induced by Shock. American National Standards Institute, Inc., New York, N.Y. 23 p. Sponsor: Society of Packing and Handling Engineers, Chicago, IL. Report No. ANSI-S9.1-1975. UMTRI-33578.

Automobile Collision Data; An Assessment of Needs and Methods of Acquisition. Economics and Science Planning, Inc., Washington, DC. 250 p. Sponsor: Congress, Office of Technology Assessment, Washington, DC. UMTRI-32144.

Enke, K. 1975. On the Necessity of Employing Driver Recorders for Investigation of the Relation Between the Dynamic Performance of Passenger Cars and Accident Prevention. Daimler-Benz AG, Stuttgart, Germany. 7 p. UMTRI-34939.

Enke, K. 1975. The Relation Between Vehicle Handling and Accident Avoidance. Daimler-Benz AG, Stuttgart, Germany. 3 p. International Technical Conference on Experimental Safety Vehicles. Fifth. Report. Washington, DC., GPO, 1975. Pp. 815-817. UMTRI-32385 A58.

Gardner, J. A.; Soliday, S. M.; Williamson, G. A. 1975. Design and Implementation of a System to Record Driver Lateral Positioning. Honeywell, Inc., Minneapolis, Minn./ Midwest Research Institute, Kansas City, Mo./ North Carolina State University, Raleigh. 10 p. Transportation Research Record, No. 538, 1975, pp. 59-68. UMTRI-52600 A01.

Hoffer, W. 1975. How They're Using On-Board Crash Recorders to Probe Puzzling Questions About Car Safety. 3 p. Popular Science, Vol. 207, No. Oct 4, 1975, pp. 94-95, 154. UMTRI-32833.

Johnson, T. M.; Formenti, D. L.; Gray, R. F.; Peterson, W. C. 1975. Measurement of Motor Vehicle Operation Pertinent to Fuel Economy. General Motors Corporation, Noise and Vibration Laboratory, Milford, MI. 30 p. Report No. SAE 750003. UMTRI-41986.

Kidd, E. A. 1975. A Discussion of Data Gathering Systems. Calspan Corporation, Buffalo, NY. 7 p. Report No. SAE 750892. UMTRI-32932.

Priestas, E. L.; Mulinazzi, T. E. 1975. Traffic Volume Counting Recorders. Maryland University, College Park. 13 p. American Society of Civil Engineers. Transportation Engineering Journal, Vol. 101, No. TE2, May 1975, pp. 211-223. Sponsor: Maryland State Highway Administration, Brooklandville; West Virginia Department of Highways, Charleston. UMTRI-32857.

Soliday, S. M. 1975. Lane Position Maintenance by Automobile Drivers on Two Types of Highway. North Carolina State University, Raleigh, Department of Industrial Engineering. 9 p. Ergonomics, Vol. 18, No. March 2, 1975, pp. 175-183. UMTRI-52328.

1974


Baker, M. 1974. Unattended Field Measurement Instrumentation. General Motors Corporation, Proving Ground Section, Milford, MI. 5 p. Report No. SAE 740940. UMTRI-42070.

Fancher, P. S.; MacAdam, C. C. 1974. Data Documentation for Vehicle Handling. Final report. Highway Safety Research Institute, Ann Arbor, Mich. 208 p. Sponsor: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, DC. Report No. UM-HSRI-PF-74-4. UMTRI-30757.

Larsson, L. E.; Rumar, K. 1974. A Versatile Recorder of Visual Point of Regard. Uppsala University, Department of Psychology, Sweden. 19 p. Sponsor: Trygg-Hansa Insurance Company, Sweden; Swedish Transport Research Delegation. Report No. 162. UMTRI-30513.

Machemehl, R.; Lee, C. E. 1974. Dynamic Traffic Loading of Pavements. Final report. Texas University, Center for Highway Research, Austin. 79 p. Sponsor: Texas Highway Department, Planning and Research Division, Austin. Report No. (TTI) 160-IF. UMTRI-34835.

O`Neill, J. F. 1974. Multiplexing Takes the Measures of Crashes. Data Control Systems, Inc., Danbury, Conn. 4 p. Instruments and Control Systems, Vol. 47, No. April 4, 1974, pp. 41-44. UMTRI-33005.

Ryder, M. O., Jr. 1974. Development and Evaluation of Automobile Crash Sensors - Executive Summary. Summary Final report. Calspan Corporation, Buffalo, NY. 33 p. Sponsor: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, DC. Report No. CAL ZQ-5351-V-3/ DOT/HS 801 262. UMTRI-30722.


Teel, S. S.; Peirce, S. J.; Lutkefedder, N. W. 1974. Automotive Recorder Research - Disc Recorder Pilot Project. Volume II: Results of Tests and Evaluations. Technical report. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Office of Operating Systems Research, Washington, DC. 105 p. Report No. DOT/HS 801 156. UMTRI-29980.

Teel, S. S.; Peirce, S. J.; Lutkefedder, N. W. 1974. Automotive Recorder Research - A Summary of Accident Data and Test Results. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, DC. 57 p. International Conference on Occupant Protection. 3rd. Proceedings. SAE, New York, 1974. Pp. 14-70. Report No. SAE 740566. UMTRI-30029 A02.

Warner, C. Y.; Free, J. C.; Wilcox, B.; Friedman, D. 1974. An Inexpensive Automobile Crash Recorder. Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah/ Minicars, Inc., Goleta, CA. 9 p. International Conference on Occupant Protection. 3rd. Proceedings. SAE, New York, 1974. Pp. 71-79. Report No. SAE 740567. UMTRI-30029 A03.

Yurchevski, A. A., et al 1974. [Recording of the Vehicle Trajectory During Tests.] 3 p. July 7, 1974, pp. 21-23. UMTRI-52289.

1973


Automotive Tape Recorder. Volume 3. Assembly, Inspection and Pre-Calibration. Final report. Avco Corporation, Avco Systems Division, Wilmington, MA. 48 p. Sponsor: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, DC. Report No. AVSD-0135-72-CR/ DOT/HS 800 807/ DOT/HS 800 954. UMTRI-27418.

Baker, R. C. 1973. Automotive Tape Recorder. Volume 4. Installation, Maintenance and Removal. Final report. Avco Corporation, Avco Systems Division, Wilmington, MA. 78 p. Sponsor: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, DC. Report No. AVSD-0135-72-CR/ DOT/HS 800 808/ DOT/HS 800 955. UMTRI-27419.

Conlon, C. M., Jr. 1973. Automotive Tape Recorder. Volume 1. Design and Preliminary Development. Final report. Avco Corporation, Avco Systems Division, Wilmington, MA. 163 p. Sponsor: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, DC. Report No. DOT/HS 800 677/ DOT/HS 800 952. UMTRI-19102.

Dunham, T. D.; Scheidt, D. C. 1973. Automotive Disc Recorder Environmental Tests. Final report. Southwest Research Institute, San Antonio, Tex. 110 p. Sponsor: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, DC. Report No. 02-3701/ DOT/HS 801 015. UMTRI-28936.

Holmstrom, F. R.; Hopkins, J. B. 1973. Microwave Crash Sensor for Automobiles. Transportation Department, Washington, DC. Published by Patent Office, Washington, DC. 7 p. Report No. Patent 3,760,415. UMTRI-35566.

Kanaya, O.; Sakai, H.; Inokuchi, N. 1973. A VTR System, Which Records On-the-Spot Accident Scenes. Japan Automobile Research Institute, Inc., Ibaragi. 16 p. International Conference on the Biokinetics of Impacts. Proceedings. Organisme National de Securite Routiere, Laboratoire des Chocs, Lyon-Bron, May 25, 1973. Pp. 171-186. UMTRI-28048 A12.

LeFevre, D.; D'Auteuil, R. 1973. Automotive Tape Recorders. Volume 5. Data Processing and Post-calibration. Final report. Avco Corporation, Avco Systems Division, Wilmington, MA. 43 p. Sponsor: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, DC. Report No. AVSD-0135-72-CR/ DOT/HS 800 809/ DOT/HS 800 956. UMTRI-27420.

Lutkefedder, N. W.; Teel, S. S. 1973. Automotive Recorder Research and its Effects on Future Vehicle Safety. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, DC. 21 p. Vehicle Safety Research Integration Symposium. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, DC., 1973. Pp. 353-373. UMTRI-29031 A20.

Merik, B.; Gittery, V. H. 1973. A New Detection System for Automotive Headlamp Photometry. General Electric Company, Cleveland, OH. 6 p. Illuminating Engineering Society Journal, Vol. 3, No. 1, Oct 1973, pp. 77-82. UMTRI-51455.

Moscarini, F. 1973. The Italian Technical Presentation - Progress Report for the Experimental Institute for Motor Vehicles (ISAM). Effect of Vibrations by Air and by Solid Bodies on the Human Organism. Alfa Romeo, Institute for Experiments on Automobiles and Motors, Milan, Italy. 5 p. International Technical Conference on Experimental Safety Vehicles. Fourth. Report. NHTSA, Washington, DC., 1973. Pp. 411-415. UMTRI-29313 A48.

Trenka, A. R. 1973. Basic Research in Crashworthiness II - Comparison of Teledyne-Geotech Crash Recorder Data and Accelerometer Data. Interim technical report. Calspan Corporation, Buffalo, NY. 111 p. Sponsor: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, DC. Report No. CAL YB-2987-V-15/ DOT/HS 800 873. UMTRI-29610.

Teel, S. S.; Peirce, S. J.; Lutkefedder, N. W. 1973. Automotive Recorder Research - Disc Recorder Pilot Project. Volume I: Fleet Status and Data System Procedures. Technical report. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Office of Operating Systems Research, Washington, DC. 69 p. Report No. DOT/HS 801 019. UMTRI-28935.

Trenka, A. R. 1973. Basic Research in Crashworthiness II - Instrumentation and Data Handling Techniques. Interim technical report. Calspan Corporation, Buffalo, N.Y. 217 p. Sponsor: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, DC. Report No. CAL YB-2987-V-5/ DOT/HS 800 865. UMTRI-28071.

1973. Automotive Tape Recorder. Volume 2. Development Test Report. Final report. Avco Corporation, Avco Systems Division, Wilmington, MA. 167 p. Sponsor: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, DC. Report No. AVSD-0135-72-CR/ DOT/HS 800 806/ DOT/HS 800 953. UMTRI-27724.

1972


Cheeseman, M.; Nelson, P. M. 1972. A Data Logging System for the Measurement of Road Traffic Noise. Transport and Road Research Laboratory, Crowthorne, England. 18 p. Report No. TRRL LR 479. UMTRI-19484.

Hackbarth, E. W. 1972. Production Engineering of Automotive Triaxial Crash Recorder, Model 35500. Final report. Teledyne Geotech, Garland, Tex. 46 p. Sponsor: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, DC. Report No. TR 72-5/ DOT/HS 800 733. UMTRI-19864.

Hackbarth, E. W. 1972. Production Engineering of Automotive Triaxial Crash Recorder, Model 35500. Final report. Teledyne Geotech, Garland, Tex. 103 p. Sponsor: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, DC. Report No. TR 72-5/ DOT/HS 800 732. UMTRI-19863.

Hudson, C. L. 1972. Development of a Vehicle Mounted Crash Recorder. Final report. EG&G, Inc., Santa Barbara Division, Goleta, CA. 65 p. Sponsor: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, DC. Report No. S-564-R/ DOT/HS 800 664. UMTRI-17675.

Lundstrom, L. C. 1972. Progress in Vehicle Safety (through electronics) General Motors Corporation, Environmental Activities Staff, Milford, Mich. 21 p. UMTRI-28233.

Romeo, D. J. 1972. Crash Test Evaluation of Crash Recorder and Inflatable Driver Restraint. Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc., Buffalo, NY. 53 p. Sponsor: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, DC. Report No. CAL ZM-5207-K-1. UMTRI-27417.

Sewell, R. 1972. A Data Acquisition System for Studies of Driver and Vehicle Performance Parameters in Real Traffic.

Conditions. National Research Council, National Aeronautical Establishment, Ottawa, Canada. 16 p. Report No. LTR-ST.533. UMTRI-28425.

Shirk, B. I. 1972. Maryland Takes a New Look at Highway Accident Reporting. Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services, Data Center, Pikesville. 2 p. Police Chief, Vol. 39, No. 8, August 1972, pp. 28-29. UMTRI-50779.

1971


1971. Recorder Aids Blood Alcohol Program. Honeywell, Inc., Industrial Division, Fort Washington, PA. 4 p. Instrumentation, Vol. 24, No. 1, 1971, pp. 11-14. UMTRI-19295

Forbes, R. T. 1971. A New F.M. Recording System. Motor Industry Research Association, Lindley, England. 2 p. M.I.R.A. Bulletin, No. 2, April/June 1971, pp. 8-9. UMTRI-16714

Ohtake, K. 1971. Development of a New Eye Mark Recorder. NAC Inc., Engineering Section, Yokohama, Japan. 6 p. Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers Seminar Proceedings, Vol. 22, 1971, pp. 83-88. UMTRI-27163.

Waszkewitz, B. 1971. Der Fahrtschreiber als Hilfsmittel der Fahrerkontrolle; Driving Diagrams as a Means to Supervise Drivers. 4 p. Zeitschrift fuer Verkehrssicherheit, 17. Jahrgang 1971, II. Quartal, Heft 2, pp. 120-123. UMTRI-50388.

1970


Adams, J. E.; Collins, C. C. 1970. Implanted Monitors. California University, San Francisco, Medical Center, Division of Neurological Surgery/ Institute of Medical Sciences, San Francisco, CA. 16 p. Gurdjian, E. S., Lange, W. A., Patrick, L. M., Thomas, L. M., eds., comps., Impact Injury and Crash Protection, Charles C. Thomas, 1970, pp. 180-195. UMTRI-12268 A08.

Klasky, P. S. 1970. Development of an Automotive Crash Recorder. Final report. Teledyne Geotech, Garland, Tex. 121 p. Sponsor: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, DC. Report No. TR 70-37/ DOT/HS 800 547. UMTRI-16215.

Lamorlette, P. 1970. Systeme de collecte digitale et traitement automatique de donnees de circulation par ruban perfore; Digital Collection and Automatic Processing of Traffic Data by Punched Tape System. Societe E.V.R., Paris, France. 9 p. Trafic Maritime et Fluvial et Trafic Urbain, AFCET, Centre Universitaire Dauphine, Paris, 1970, pp. 3a.27-3a.35. UMTRI-15514 A01.

1969


1969. Detector Locations; an ITE Informational Report. Institute of Traffic Engineers, Washington, DC. 11 p. Traffic Engineering, February 1969, pp. 20-30. UMTRI-04580.

1968


1968. Instrumented Car Aids in Research for Merging Control System. 2 p. Texas Transportation Researcher, Vol. 4, No. 24, April 1968, pp. 3-4. UMTRI-09370.

Calkins, C. D. 1968. Controlling Driver Physical Exams by Data Processing. Pacific Motor Trucking Company, San Francisco, CA. 2 p. Commercial Car Journal, Vol. 116, No. 4, December 1968, pp. 90-91. UMTRI-07930.

Koller, H. D.; Spindler, A.M. 1969. Messung von Lastkollektiven an Fahrzeugdieselmotoren, Evaluation of Lord Aggregates of Motor Vehicle Diesel engines. 19 p. FISITA 1968. Congres Internationalel des Techniques de l`Automobile. 12th, Sociedad de Technicos de Automocion, 1968, 1-11. UMTRI-07854 A10.

Van Deusen, B. D. 1968. Human Response to Vehicle Vibration. Chrysler Corporation, Defense Engineering Department, MI.. 20 p. Report No. SAE 680090. UMTRI-04219.

1967


1967. Test Facility Inventory Data Processing System - Procedure. Wyle Laboratories, Huntsville, Ala. 14 p. Sponsor: National Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, DC. Report No. Procedure No. 54600-1/ DOT/HS 800 068. UMTRI-07091.

New Control Center Modernizes Communications. 2 p. Public Safety Systems, Nov-Dec 1967, pp. 16-17. UMTRI-05141.

Howard, D. W.; Winge, J. L. 1967. An Automatically Programmed Quadruple Dynamometer for Vehicle Brake Testing. Bendix Corporation, Bendix Products Automotive Division, South Bend, IN. 14 p. Report No. SAE 670144. UMTRI-05350.

Seddon, P. A. 1967. A General-Purpose Data Acquisition System. Sanford University, England. 4 p. Traffic Engineering and Control, Vol. 9, No. 7, November 1967, pp. 339-342. UMTRI-07726.

Vincent, R. A. 1967. Traffic Survey Equipment for Measuring Journey Time and Stopped Time. Road Research Laboratory, Crowthorne, England. 20 p. Report No. RRL LR65. UMTRI-03627.

1966


Blackmore, D. H. 1966. Operation and Maintenance of the Fischer and Porter Punched-Tape Counter. Road Research Laboratory, Harmondsworth, England. 32 p. Report No. RRL Report 9. UMTRI-01803.

Dockerty, A. 1966. Instrumentation for Road Traffic Studies. Birmingham University, Department of Transportation and Environmental Planning. 6 p. Roads and Road Construction, August. 1966, pp. 218-223. UMTRI-02854.

McCasland, W. R.; Drew, D. R.; Wattleworth, J. A. 1966. Houston Freeway Surveillance and Control Project; 1966 progress report. Texas Transportation Institute, College Station. 15 p. Research and Development of Traffic Systems; Program Review Meeting. Proceedings. Washington, DC., Bureau of Public Roads, 1966. Pp. 318-332. UMTRI-01505 A28.

Nossett, J. D.; Burlison, J. R. 1966. Evaluation of a Device for Checking the Speed of a Moving Automotive vehicle. Indiana State Police Department, Indianapolis, IN. 7 p. UMTRI-05260.

Tindall, J. I. 1966. Methods of Measuring Variables Along a Highway. New South Wales University, School of Traffic Engineering, Australia. 11 p. Australian Road Research, Vol. 2, No. 9, September 1966, pp. 3-14. UMTRI-02322.

Williston, R. M. 1966. Manual for Coding Roadway Geometrics. Connecticut State Highway Department, Bureau of Traffic. 27 p. Sponsor: Bureau of Public Roads, Washington, DC. UMTRI-02079.

1965


Barter, N. F. 1965. The Handling and Stability of Motor Vehicles. Part 2: An Instrumentation System for Vehicle Lateral Stability Measurements. Motor Industry Research Association, Lindley, England. 16 p. Report No. MIRA Report 1965/8. UMTRI-06241.

Gillespie, T. D. 1965. Pavement Surface Characteristics and their Correlation with Skid Resistance. Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Joint Road Friction Program. 100 p. Report No. Report No. 12. UMTRI-04228.

Stillman, I. L. 1965. Accident Sensing and Surveillance system. Phase I. Final report. Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc., Buffalo, NY. 68 p. Sponsor: Bureau of Public Roads, Washington, DC. Report No. CAL Report No. YB-1957-X-1. UMTRI-01047.

Gross, A. G. 1965. Dynamic Force-Distance Data Recording--a Method. Institute of Transportation and Traffic Engineering, Los Angeles, CA. 3 p. Severy, D. M., ed., Stapp Car Crash Conference. Seventh. Proceedings, Charles C. Thomas, Publisher, 1965, p. 174-176. UMTRI-00566 A14.

Petraitis, R. A. 1965. Punched Card Traffic Accident Records System Used in Vermont. 4 p. Traffic Engineering, Vol. 36, No. 3, December 1965, pp. 14-16, 60. UMTRI-22778.

1964


Greenshields, B. D.; Platt, F. N. (1964) Objective Measurements of Driver Behavior: the Objective Evaluation of Traffic Stream Flow by B. D. Greenshields, Objective measurements of individual driver behavior by F. N. Platt.University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Transportation Research Institute/ Ford Motor Company, Traffic Safety and Highway Improvement Department. 16 p. Report No. SAE 809A. UMTRI-01514.

Greenshields, B. D. 1964. Method and Apparatus for Recording Road Appearance, Geometry and Surface Characteristics. 14 p. UMTRI-01494.

1964. California Driver Record Study. Part I; An Introduction and Methodological Description. 1964. California State Department of Motor Vehicles, Division of Administration, Research and Statistics Section. 15 p. Report No. 20. UMTRI-00473.

1963


Alexander, A. L. 1963. Vehicle Performance Recording. Some Notes on Instrumentation for Measuring the Brake Pressures, Deceleration, Wheel Motions, Vehicle Attitudes and Other Quantities. Road Research Laboratory, Harmondsworth, England. 6 p. Automobile Engineer, December 1963, pp. 526-531. UMTRI-02045.

Dreaver, T. E. 1963. Simple Apparatus for Accumulating Vehicle Operation Data. Ford Motor Company, Dearborn, MI. 15 p. Report No. SAE 669c. UMTRI-01877.

Engels, H. R. 1963. Investigations Into Directional Stability. Daimler-Benz AG, Germany. 27 p. UMTRI-22005.

Howes, W. F. 1963. Photogrammetric Analysis of Traffic Flow Characteristics on Multilane Highways. Purdue University, Lafayette, IN. 147 p. Sponsor: Purdue and Indiana State Highway Commission Joint Highway Research Project, Lafayette, IN. UMTRI-00916.

1962


Auer, J. H., Jr. 1962. A System for the Collection and Processing of Traffic Flow Data by Machine Methods. General Railway Signal Company, Research Department, New York, NY. 11 p. Highway Research Board Bulletin, 324, 1962, pp. 85-95. UMTRI-06179 A04.

1960


Hopkins, R. C. 1960. Standard Electronic Units Interconnect to Provide Flexible Digital Recording. Bureau of Public Roads, Traffic Operations Division, Washington, DC. 6 p. Highway Research Board Bulletin, 261, 1960, pp. 44-49. UMTRI-08663 A04.

1956


Tutt, P. R.; Welty, W. R. 1956. Highway Accident Analysis Through Use of IBM Punch Cards. Texas Highway Department, Traffic Engineering Section, Austin. 10 p. Highway Research Board Bulletin, 142, 1956, pp. 29-38. UMTRI-06196 A04.

Vick, A., III 1956. Virginia's Cooperative Accident Analysis System. Virginia Department of Highways, Charlottesville. 12 p. Highway Research Board Bulletin, 142, 1956, pp. 39-50. UMTRI-06196 A05

1953


1953. Road Supervision of Drivers. American Trucking Associations, Inc., Committee on Driver Supervision and Training, Washington, DC. 26 p. UMTRI-05839