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CAV Safety Hub Blog: Can road safety benefit from the ‘IDAS’ touch?

18 February 2021

Connectivity Blogs.

This is the first in a series of articles in which the CAV Safety Hub focuses on the issue of connectivity.

To kick off, Prof. Nick Reed, founder of Reed Mobility explores how we drive and the potential contribution that connected technologies can make to road safety…

Can road safety benefit from the ‘IDAS’ touch?

''How do we drive? Given the importance of the mobility of people, goods and services in securing prosperity and the fact that annual road deaths exceed 1.3 million, this is a question that has massive importance. Michon (1985) produced an intuitively appealing model of the driving task, suggesting that drivers operate with strategic, tactical and operational levels of control...''

For the full blog please access the CAV Safety Hub website.

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