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Emergency Ambulance At Busy Red Light Intersection

In the future, vehicles equipped with automated driving systems (ADS) that drive us instead of us driving them will become a reality. These vehicles will integrate onto roadways and may change operational interactions with other vehicles in certain scenarios. Public safety officials, such as law enforcement, fire and rescue, and emergency medical personnel routinely interact An Examination of Emergency Response Scenarios for Automated Driving Systems

Ross McCarthy

Going to the gym is known to be good for the body and the mind. For Ross McCarthy, it has paid off career-wise! In 2013, Ross had just completed his B.S. in Civil Engineering at Virginia Tech and was interested in pursuing a master’s degree in structures. Though he was accepted into VT’s Structural Engineering Driving Forces: Ross McCarthy

Sondra Iverson

Sondra Iverson has been a driving force at VTTI for the last 15 years. In her role as a senior software engineer in VTTI’s Division of Technology Implementation (DTI), her primary responsibility is leading the server development for the various client-server applications developed by DTI for transportation research purposes. The VCC Cloud is a collection Driving Forces: Sondra Iverson

Erem Memisyazici

Erem Memisyazici brought a wealth of knowledge to his position as a senior research specialist in VTTI’s Division of Vehicle, Driver, & System Safety due to his 10 years of data reduction experience. He readily admits that when he joined VTTI in 2011 he did not anticipate that he would become committed to transportation research. Driving Forces: Erem Memisyazici