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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

Billy Hobbs

If you’ve driven on the roads in the last 24 years, it is very likely that Billy Hobbs has helped keep you safe. Starting at VTTI in December of 2000, Billy has had many roles ranging from lab technician to managing a team of full-time and student employees. He was brought to VTTI by a Driving Forces: Billy Hobbs

Kelly Stulce

Kelly Stulce’s VTTI career started in August 2008 in a not uncommon way. She initially joined the Institute as a data reductionist, which involves viewing video and driving data from research studies and meticulously annotating the details frame by frame. This work is the backbone of VTTI’s naturalistic driving research and serves as an excellent Driving Forces: Kelly Stulce

Scott Tidwell

Scott Tidwell is among the longest-termed VTTI employees, having worked at the Institute for 21+ years, the past 17 years as a senior field research technician in the Division of Freight, Transit, & Heavy Vehicle Safety. His main responsibilities include managing and coordinating the day-to-day activities of the Sharing the Road with Trucks program and Driving Forces: Scott Tidwell