ADAS Should Be Centre Stage for New Road Collision Investigation Branch

The Department for Transport (DfT) recently launched a consultation into the creation of a Road Collision Investigation Branch. This has the potential to be a big step forward for road safety, particularly with the increased use of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) dramatically shifting the way our vehicles are driven and how they interact with each other.

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1 Response to ADAS Should Be Centre Stage for New Road Collision Investigation Branch

  1. Leo Diorio says:

    Really great article. I really wonder what the future will look like when Adas becomes more advanced. Getting in our cars and driving at high speed is one of the more dangerous everyday behaviors we barely notice because it’s so habitual. Itll be great to see the strides in safety, as well as efficiency that connected cars and Adas have to offer. Great read, thanks.

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