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The Resource Autonomous vehicle technology : a guide for policymakers, James M. Anderson, Nidhi Kalra, Karlyn D. Stanley, Paul Sorensen, Constantine Samaras, Oluwatobi A. Oluwatola

Autonomous vehicle technology : a guide for policymakers, James M. Anderson, Nidhi Kalra, Karlyn D. Stanley, Paul Sorensen, Constantine Samaras, Oluwatobi A. Oluwatola

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Autonomous vehicle technology : a guide for policymakers
Title
Autonomous vehicle technology
Title remainder
a guide for policymakers
Statement of responsibility
James M. Anderson, Nidhi Kalra, Karlyn D. Stanley, Paul Sorensen, Constantine Samaras, Oluwatobi A. Oluwatola
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Language
eng
Summary
"The automotive industry appears close to substantial change engendered by 'self-driving' technologies. This technology offers the possibility of significant benefits to social welfare: saving lives; reducing crashes, congestion, fuel consumption, and pollution; increasing mobility for the disabled; and ultimately improving land use. This report is intended as a guide for state and federal policymakers on the many issues that this technology raises"--Provided by publisher
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N$T
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Anderson, James M
Dewey number
338.47629
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • charts
Index
no index present
LC call number
HD9710.A2
LC item number
A53 2014eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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1967-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Kalra, Nidhi
  • Stanley, Karlyn D.
  • Sorensen, Paul
  • Samaras, Constantine
  • Oluwatola, Oluwatobi A.
  • Rand Corporation
  • Rand Transportation, Space, and Technology (Program)
Series statement
RAND Corporation research report series
Series volume
RR-443-1-RC
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  • Automobile industry and trade
  • Automobile industry and trade
  • Automobile industry and trade
Label
Autonomous vehicle technology : a guide for policymakers, James M. Anderson, Nidhi Kalra, Karlyn D. Stanley, Paul Sorensen, Constantine Samaras, Oluwatobi A. Oluwatola
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Publication
Copyright
Note
  • "This report results from the RAND Corporation's Investment in People and Ideas program."--Title page verso
  • "RAND Transportation, Space, and Technology Program."
  • "RR-443-1-RC."--Page 4 of printed paper wrapper
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Effects of Autonomous Vehicle Technology on Safety and Crashes
  • Types of Defectiveness
  • Human-Computer Interaction
  • Effect of Regulation on Liability and Preemption
  • Explicit Legislative Preemption
  • ch. 8
  • Guidance for Policymakers and Conclusion
  • Risks from Market Failure
  • Risks from Regulation
  • Risks from Liability
  • Federal Statute Limiting Tort
  • Effect of Autonomous Vehicle Technologies on Mobility for Those Unable to Drive
  • No-Fault Approach
  • Irrebuttable Presumption of Driver Control of Vehicle
  • Incorporation of Appropriate Cost-Benefit Tests in Liability Determinations
  • What Principles Should Guide Policymakers?
  • Policy Research Needs
  • Appendix
  • Conclusions from Qualitative Interviews with Stakeholders
  • Bibliography
  • Congestion
  • Potential Effects on Traffic Congestion
  • Potential Effects on the Costs of Traffic Congestion
  • Land Use
  • Energy and Emissions Implications of Autonomous Vehicles
  • Fuel Economy
  • Autonomous Vehicles Might Enable Alternative Fuels
  • How Will Travel Demand Affect Energy and Emissions?
  • ch. 1
  • Costs and Disadvantages
  • Conclusion
  • ch. 3
  • Current State Law and Legislative Activity
  • Nevada's Certificate of Compliance
  • Comparison of State Legislation
  • Nevada (NRS 482.A and NAC 482.A)
  • Florida (Fla
  • Stat
  • Title XXIII, Ch
  • Introduction
  • 319, S 145)
  • California (Cal
  • Veh
  • Code, Division 16.6)
  • Washington, D.C
  • (L19-0278)
  • Ongoing Legislation in Other States
  • Arizona (HB 2167)
  • Colorado (SB 13-016)
  • Hawaii (HB 1461)
  • What Are Autonomous and Automated Vehicles?
  • Massachusetts (HB 3369)
  • Michigan (SB 0169)
  • New Hampshire (HB 444)
  • New Jersey (A2757)
  • New York (S4912)
  • Oklahoma (HB 3007)
  • Oregon (HB 2428)
  • South Carolina (HB 4015)
  • Texas (HB 2932)
  • Washington (HB 1649)
  • Why Is Autonomous Vehicle Technology Important Now?
  • Wisconsin (SB 80)
  • Stakeholder Interviews
  • Conclusion
  • ch. 4
  • Brief History and Current State of Autonomous Vehicles
  • A Brief History
  • Phase 1: Foundational Research
  • Phase 2: Grand Challenges
  • Phase 3: Commercial Development
  • State of Autonomous Vehicle Technology
  • What Decisions Do Policymakers Face?
  • Making Sense of the World
  • Integrity, Security, and Verification
  • Policy Implications
  • Conclusion
  • ch. 5
  • The Role of Telematics and Communications
  • A Review of the Communications Technologies Used by Autonomous Vehicles
  • Commercial Wireless Services
  • Dedicated Short-Range Communications
  • Bluetooth
  • ch. 2
  • Wi-Fi
  • Stakeholder Viewpoints on Autonomous Vehicle Communications
  • Spectrum Issues for Autonomous Vehicles
  • Who Regulates It?
  • Will Spectrum Regulation Affect the Deployment of Autonomous Vehicles?
  • How Will the FCC Proceed to Make Decisions Concerning DSRC Spectrum?
  • How Will the FCC Weigh Competing Claims Concerning Spectrum Use?
  • Spectrum Policy Issues
  • Other Autonomous Vehicle Technology Communications Policy Issues
  • Distracted Driving Laws
  • The Promise and Perils of Autonomous Vehicle Technology
  • Developmental Standards
  • Data Security
  • Data Ownership and Privacy
  • Conclusion
  • ch. 6
  • Standards and Regulations and Their Application to Autonomous Vehicle Technologies
  • Overview of Regulations for Automobiles
  • Case Study: Air-Bag Regulation
  • Current Standards and Regulations for Autonomous Vehicle Technologies
  • Future Implications for Standards and Regulations for Autonomous Vehicle Technologies
  • A Summary of the Social Costs of Driving
  • Standards and Regulations to Facilitate Human-Machine Interaction
  • Performance Standards and Regulations
  • Conclusion
  • ch. 7
  • Liability Implications of Autonomous Vehicle Technology
  • Tort Liability for Drivers and Insurers
  • Theories of Driver Liability
  • Autonomous Vehicle Technologies, Liability of Drivers, and Insurance
  • Liability of Manufacturers
  • The Role of Cost-Benefit Analysis
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (unpaged)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780833084392
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
color illustration, color graphs.
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
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Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
Label
Autonomous vehicle technology : a guide for policymakers, James M. Anderson, Nidhi Kalra, Karlyn D. Stanley, Paul Sorensen, Constantine Samaras, Oluwatobi A. Oluwatola
Publication
Copyright
Note
  • "This report results from the RAND Corporation's Investment in People and Ideas program."--Title page verso
  • "RAND Transportation, Space, and Technology Program."
  • "RR-443-1-RC."--Page 4 of printed paper wrapper
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Effects of Autonomous Vehicle Technology on Safety and Crashes
  • Types of Defectiveness
  • Human-Computer Interaction
  • Effect of Regulation on Liability and Preemption
  • Explicit Legislative Preemption
  • ch. 8
  • Guidance for Policymakers and Conclusion
  • Risks from Market Failure
  • Risks from Regulation
  • Risks from Liability
  • Federal Statute Limiting Tort
  • Effect of Autonomous Vehicle Technologies on Mobility for Those Unable to Drive
  • No-Fault Approach
  • Irrebuttable Presumption of Driver Control of Vehicle
  • Incorporation of Appropriate Cost-Benefit Tests in Liability Determinations
  • What Principles Should Guide Policymakers?
  • Policy Research Needs
  • Appendix
  • Conclusions from Qualitative Interviews with Stakeholders
  • Bibliography
  • Congestion
  • Potential Effects on Traffic Congestion
  • Potential Effects on the Costs of Traffic Congestion
  • Land Use
  • Energy and Emissions Implications of Autonomous Vehicles
  • Fuel Economy
  • Autonomous Vehicles Might Enable Alternative Fuels
  • How Will Travel Demand Affect Energy and Emissions?
  • ch. 1
  • Costs and Disadvantages
  • Conclusion
  • ch. 3
  • Current State Law and Legislative Activity
  • Nevada's Certificate of Compliance
  • Comparison of State Legislation
  • Nevada (NRS 482.A and NAC 482.A)
  • Florida (Fla
  • Stat
  • Title XXIII, Ch
  • Introduction
  • 319, S 145)
  • California (Cal
  • Veh
  • Code, Division 16.6)
  • Washington, D.C
  • (L19-0278)
  • Ongoing Legislation in Other States
  • Arizona (HB 2167)
  • Colorado (SB 13-016)
  • Hawaii (HB 1461)
  • What Are Autonomous and Automated Vehicles?
  • Massachusetts (HB 3369)
  • Michigan (SB 0169)
  • New Hampshire (HB 444)
  • New Jersey (A2757)
  • New York (S4912)
  • Oklahoma (HB 3007)
  • Oregon (HB 2428)
  • South Carolina (HB 4015)
  • Texas (HB 2932)
  • Washington (HB 1649)
  • Why Is Autonomous Vehicle Technology Important Now?
  • Wisconsin (SB 80)
  • Stakeholder Interviews
  • Conclusion
  • ch. 4
  • Brief History and Current State of Autonomous Vehicles
  • A Brief History
  • Phase 1: Foundational Research
  • Phase 2: Grand Challenges
  • Phase 3: Commercial Development
  • State of Autonomous Vehicle Technology
  • What Decisions Do Policymakers Face?
  • Making Sense of the World
  • Integrity, Security, and Verification
  • Policy Implications
  • Conclusion
  • ch. 5
  • The Role of Telematics and Communications
  • A Review of the Communications Technologies Used by Autonomous Vehicles
  • Commercial Wireless Services
  • Dedicated Short-Range Communications
  • Bluetooth
  • ch. 2
  • Wi-Fi
  • Stakeholder Viewpoints on Autonomous Vehicle Communications
  • Spectrum Issues for Autonomous Vehicles
  • Who Regulates It?
  • Will Spectrum Regulation Affect the Deployment of Autonomous Vehicles?
  • How Will the FCC Proceed to Make Decisions Concerning DSRC Spectrum?
  • How Will the FCC Weigh Competing Claims Concerning Spectrum Use?
  • Spectrum Policy Issues
  • Other Autonomous Vehicle Technology Communications Policy Issues
  • Distracted Driving Laws
  • The Promise and Perils of Autonomous Vehicle Technology
  • Developmental Standards
  • Data Security
  • Data Ownership and Privacy
  • Conclusion
  • ch. 6
  • Standards and Regulations and Their Application to Autonomous Vehicle Technologies
  • Overview of Regulations for Automobiles
  • Case Study: Air-Bag Regulation
  • Current Standards and Regulations for Autonomous Vehicle Technologies
  • Future Implications for Standards and Regulations for Autonomous Vehicle Technologies
  • A Summary of the Social Costs of Driving
  • Standards and Regulations to Facilitate Human-Machine Interaction
  • Performance Standards and Regulations
  • Conclusion
  • ch. 7
  • Liability Implications of Autonomous Vehicle Technology
  • Tort Liability for Drivers and Insurers
  • Theories of Driver Liability
  • Autonomous Vehicle Technologies, Liability of Drivers, and Insurance
  • Liability of Manufacturers
  • The Role of Cost-Benefit Analysis
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (unpaged)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780833084392
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
color illustration, color graphs.
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote

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