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National Cooperative Highway Research Program Research Project Statement, Project 17-24, FY 2002 Use of Event Data Recorder Technology for Roadside Crash Data AnalysisABSTRACT: An important function of the Transportation Research Board is the stimulation of research toward the solution of problems facing the transportation community. One of the techniques employed by technical committees in support of this function is the identification of problems, and the development and dissemination of research problem statements. The aim of this activity is to provide information to governmental agencies, research institutes, industry, the academic community and others in allocating scarce resources to the solution of transportation problems. There is a critical need to obtain accurate and reliable real-world crash data to improve vehicle and highway safety. The use of event data recorder information has the ability to profoundly affect roadside safety. EDRs are capable of capturing vehicle dynamics data, such as vehicle speed; lateral and longitudinal acceleration-time histories; principal direction of force on the vehicle; the status of braking, steering, seat belt usage, and air bag deployment; and other valuable crash information. This represents a new source of objective data for the highway and vehicle safety community because it will provide a real-world connection between controlled test results and actual field performance of vehicles and highway design features. EDRs have the potential to capture a large number of crash-related and other data elements for a wide range of users with different data needs. The data elements related to improving vehicle safety and driver performance are being used, but little has been done to apply the data elements to roadside safety analysis. Research can identify data elements relevant to roadside safety and improve methods to retrieve, store, and access these data.(Source: Transportation Research Board)
ABSTRACT: The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration acquires detailed engineering information on new and rapidly changing technologies in real-world crashes utilizing the National Automotive Sampling System Crashworthiness Data System (NASS CDS), Special Crash Investigations (SCI) and Crash Injury Research and Engineering Network (CIREN) programs. The data are used by NHTSA, the automotive industry, and consumer groups to evaluate the performance of motor vehicles in crashes. Currently, the primary metric used to represent crash severity in NHTSA programs in the delta in velocity (delta-v). The principle source for the delta-v estimates in the NHTSA programs is a computer algorithm. The reconstruction computer program has a number of limitations. As a result, only about 38 percent of the NASS cases have reported DV. Beginning with its 1994 model year vehicles, General Motors began producing a fleet of vehicles that recorded the DV. With the assistance of GM, SCI began collecting the DV from these vehicles' Event Data Recorders (EDR) on crashes of special interest to the Agency. In early 2000, a commercially available tool to read the output from General Motors vehicles' event data recorders became publicly available. NHTSA has implemented 50 of these units into their field data collection. In 2000, NHTSA and Ford Motor Company initiated a collaborative effort to perform case-by-case evaluation of the real world performance of Ford's advanced occupant protection technologies. Particularly noteworthy is the technical analysis of the information relating to occupant status, severity assessment and deployment control in researching crashes with advanced occupant protection systems. NHTSA is expanding its databases to allow event data to be stored. For the 2000 data collection year, variables were added to NASS to identify if a vehicle is equipped with an on board recorder and, if data was downloaded. Additionally, an open-format field was provided for recording the data collected. Future enhancement will include the automation of all EDR output. This paper will present information from NHTSA's NASS and SCI data collection programs concerning crash investigations of vehicles equipped with event data recorders. The focus of the paper will be to provide information on specific findings from the event data recorder compared to the physical evidence and computer reconstruction models. (Source: Augustus Chidester; John Hinch; Thomas A. Roston; National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, United States of America; Paper Number 247)FULL DOCUMENT
Seoul is known as one of the largest metropolitan cities in the world, with more than 310 subway stations from 10 lines. The number of passengers for each line is approximately 700,000 and 300,000 during the weekdays and weekends, respectively. In this study, the dataset we are interested in is the smart card transaction data tracking the number of passengers from January 2020 to December 2020 in a 1-h interval using 224 subway stations in Seoul Metro from lines 1 to 8. Seoul metropolitan government provides a massive smart card transaction dataset and we obtain the dataset from
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It is the first time for the COVID-19 to infect humans and can be transmitted from person to person . The incubation period can be 2 weeks  and even longer. Besides, the virus can spread during the incubation period or recessive infection, which makes it difficult to identify those suspected cases without clinical symptoms for prompt control. By far, the numbers of new infections and deaths have already exceeded the equivalent numbers of cases with SARS. If the situation cannot be fully controlled in Wuhan and Hubei province, the situation may deteriorate in other places of China and the world. The government of all levels have been taking strong leadership to combat the outbreak and in recent days there is a decline trend of new cases. However, some challenges still remain and need to be addressed:
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