Trimble and Purdue University Collaborate to Improve Highway Work Zone SafetyAuthor/Presenter: Holan, Mark
ARTBA members Trimble and Purdue University are partnering to develop a slowdown alert service that notifies commercial drivers to help reduce rear-end crashes, particularly in highway work zones. The service will interpret planned routes against real-time traffic incidents and slowdown patterns, and deliver visual and audible in-vehicle slowdown alerts to drivers using Trimble’s commercial navigation and driver trip planning apps. The service is expected to be available by the end of June.
Publisher: American Road & Transportation Builders Association
Publication Date: May 6, 2020
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Publication Types: News and Other Non-research Articles
Topics: Audible Warning Devices in Vehicles; Commercial Vehicles; Crash Prevention; Mobile Applications; Rear End Crashes; Work Zone Safety