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Light Vehicle-Heavy Vehicle Interaction Data Collection and Countermeasure Research Project.
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    The Light Vehicle-Heavy Vehicle Interaction (LV-HV) Data Collection and Countermeasure Research Project

    leveraged data from the Drowsy Driver Warning System Field Operational Test (DDWS FOT) to investigate a

    set of research issues relating to driver performance and crash causation, and not directly related to the safety

    benefits of the DDWS. The four priority issues and study topics selected for exploratory investigation and

    analysis included:

    • Analysis of HV safety events, including LV-HV vehicle interactions.

    • Assessment of crashes and near-crashes, and identification of countermeasures.

    • Identification of driving patterns and work/rest schedules.

    • Calculation of driver risk.

    The data collected in the DDWS FOT between May 2004 and May 2005 encompassed approximately 50,000

    hours of naturalistic driving (ND) completed by 95 volunteer commercial driver participants. The collection of

    additional data from other commercial motor vehicle (CMV) drivers in different operational settings

    (employing a more extensive set of event analysis variables) is planned for the future.

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