In the near future, cars will be able to provide data as well as receive it, and a variety of methods are being researched to tap into this. Experts explain how cars can communicate with roads, traffic signals and central computers, and how roads themselves may collect data on the cars they carry. In the future, autonomous cars may use these links to greatly speed travel and make it much safer.
Andrew Bremer, Managing Director of Local Affairs, Drive Ohio
Tim Sylvester, Founder and CEO, Integrated Roadways Co.
Synopsis: Teenage drivers are the most dangerous on the road. Graduated driver’s license programs have improved their record, but a new study finds teen drivers are often distracted before crashes. Brain biology plays a role. Experts discuss distracted driving and ways to get teens to pay attention on the road.
Host: Reed Pence. Guests: Peter Kissinger, President & CEO, AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety; Dr. Kelly Browning, Executive Director, Impact Teen Drivers; Dr. Robert Foss, Director, Center for the Study of Young Drivers, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill; Dr. David Hurwitz, Assistant Professor of Transportation Engineering, Oregon State University