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ABSTRACT: The NHTSA-sponsored Automated Collision Notification (ACN) Project was initiated in October 1995 to design, develop, test, and evaluate a system that can detect and characterize crashes and then automatically send a data message to the public safety answering point (PSAP). The system also opens a cellular telephone voice line between the PSAP and the vehicle occupants after the data message has been received. The system detects crashes in all directions and stores the acceleration time history experienced. The ACN system is able to determine the crash change in velocity, the principle direction of crash force, whether a rollover occurred and the potential for injury in the crash. The system also includes GPS equipment and provides PSAP dispatchers with a mapped location of the crash. The ACN system has been installed in 700 vehicles in Western New York and real-world crash data and time of EMS response is being collected and analyzed. Specific details of the system are included, and analyses of incidents discussed. (Source: Bruce R. Donnelly, David Schabel, Alan J. Blatt, Verdian Arthur Carter, NHTSA)

Thenew Ram 1500 4WD comes standard with a 5-inch touchscreen. The upper trim levels also feature an 8.4 or massive 12 inch touchscreen. The touchscreen controls the Ram's Uconnect system which can also be upgraded to include navigation and Sirius XM with 360L. The upgraded system features advanced audio capabilities as well as smart phone pairing.

F-1500 has an impressive lineupof safety features, such as automated emergency braking and a front collision warning system, rear-view and panoramic camera system, automated parking system, and a built-in GPS navigation, but they pale in comparison to RAM's 100+ safety and security features.

ID: A30 A multi-modal interactive tablet with tactile feedback, rear and lateral operation for maximum front screen visibilityItsuo Kumazawa,Tokyo Institute of Technology Shu Yano,Tokyo Institute of Technology Souma Suzuki,Tokyo Institute of Technology Shunsuke Ono,Tokyo Institute of Technology Presenter Itsuo KumazawaAbstract: When we use a tablet style handheld device such as a smart phone as a part of a virtual really system, its most outstanding future: the touch screen dominating the most area of the front face should be incorporated into the system effectively and beneficially. For example, the visual information displayed on the screen can be merged with the surrounding or background scenes and the intuitive touch operation can be performed in a suitable scenario. However, if the means of the interaction is limited to the touch operation, finger operation on the front screen must be performed even for unsuitable scenarios, and the fingers or hands occluding the visual information disturb our immersive experience. To deal with this situation, we propose a multi-modal interactive tablet that uses its cameras, accelerometer, track ball and pressure sensors implemented on its rear and side for operations ensuring visibility. The pressing and ball-rotating operation on the rear and the side and the tactile feedback generated by voice-coil-based actuators assist and guide the multi-modal interaction. The effectiveness of the multimodality with the rear and the side operation and the tactile feedback is evaluated by an experiment. 153554b96e


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