John M. Scanlon

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There are approximately 4,500 traffic fatalities at intersections each year in the U.S. One method for reducing these crashes is through equipping vehicles with Intersection Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (I-ADAS) that can detect and alert the driver of an impending crash. However, the effectiveness of these systems is expected to be highly dependent on(More)
Intersection Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (I-ADAS) are active safety systems that have the potential to help prevent/mitigate crashes and injuries in intersection crashes. I-ADAS may use side-looking sensors, e.g. radar and lidar, in order to detect potential collisions with vehicles from crossing paths. The success of I-ADAS depends on the range and(More)
OBJECTIVE Intersection crashes account for over 4,500 fatalities in the United States each year. Intersection Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (I-ADAS) are emerging vehicle-based active safety systems that have the potential to help drivers safely navigate across intersections and prevent intersection crashes and injuries. The performance of an I-ADAS is(More)
OBJECTIVE Accounting for one fifth of all crashes and one sixth of all fatal crashes in the United States, intersection crashes are among the most frequent and fatal crash modes. Intersection advanced driver assistance systems (I-ADAS) are emerging vehicle-based active safety systems that aim to help drivers safely navigate intersections. The objective of(More)
The refinement of in vivo imaging approaches to investigating the structure and function of the aging brain has provided the opportunity to strengthen our knowledge of the biological substrate of normal aging and late life neurological and psychiatric disorders. While postmortem studies are biased toward the end stages of disease, functional and structural(More)
OBJECTIVE Intersection crashes resulted in over 5,000 fatalities in the United States in 2014. Intersection Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (I-ADAS) are active safety systems that seek to help drivers safely traverse intersections. I-ADAS uses onboard sensors to detect oncoming vehicles and, in the event of an imminent crash, can either alert the driver(More)
Intersection crashes are among the most frequent and lethal crash modes in the United States. Accounting for over one-third of all intersection crashes, straight crossing path (SCP) crashes are the most common intersection crash mode. Intersection Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (I-ADAS) have the potential to prevent SCP crashes by detecting imminent(More)
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