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The focus of NHTSA's research on advanced technologies is to evaluate potential benefits of new and existing in-vehicle technologies. This research supports Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards and safety defects investigations, advances knowledge about driver behavior, and assists in the development of new vehicle technologies. The advanced technologies that are the subject of NHTSA's research program can be grouped into two categories: vehicle-based systems, such as radar-based collision warning systems; and cooperative vehicle safety systems that use vehicle-to-vehicle communication systems.
Vehicle-Based Safety Systems
Crash Warning Systems
Active Braking Technologies
Pedestrian Detection Systems
Estimating Safety Benefits of New Technologies
Vehicle-to-Vehicle Communications for Safety
Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS)
   

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