Our Partners

We work with partners that share our vision for a safe, mobile society, which is why we collaborate with these top universities, hospitals and research institutions.

The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

The Center for Injury Research and Prevention (CIRP) is a comprehensive, interdisciplinary pediatric trauma research center at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia dedicated to preventing injury, the leading cause of death for children and adolescents.
Motion and Muscle Activation of Young Volunteers in Evasive Vehicle Maneuvers

Massachusetts Institute of Technology Age Lab

The MIT AgeLab was created in 1999 to seek solutions in technology, services and policy that improve well-being across the lifespan. The AgeLab believes that safe, easy to use transportation is important for everyone and is a key factor in older adult independence.
Naturalistic Observations and Simulation of Communication Between Road Users Surrounding Environment Recognition Technology and Evaluation Metrics

Michigan Tech Research Institute

MTRI, a research center of Michigan Technological University, is a recognized leader in the research, development and practical application of sensor and information technology. The center works to solve critical problems in national security as well as protecting and evaluating critical infrastructure, bioinformatics, earth sciences and environmental processes.
Animal Pre-Collision System (PCS) Test Scenarios

The Ohio State University

With more than more than 58,000 students select from 15 colleges, Ohio State University is one of the nation’s top-20 public universities. With its Center for Automotive Research (CAR), OSU strives to make our roads and vehicles safe.
Development of Standard Bicyclist Crash Scenarios

Stanford University

As one of the world’s leading teaching and research universities, Stanford University has been dedicated to preparing and educating students for leadership since its opening in 1891.

Transportation Active Safety Institute (TASI) -- Indiana University-Purdue University

The Transportation Active Safety Institute (TASI) is an Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) Signature Center – a designation that recognizes that the center has reached prominence for its unique and distinctive research and scholarly activity.
Development of Standard Bicyclist Crash Scenarios Naturalistic Data Collection and Analytics for Vehicle and e-Scooter ConflictsDevelopment of Testing Methods for Vehicle Road Departure Assist Systems

Universidad Anahuac Mexico Norte

Anahuac University is a private higher education institution that was founded in Mexico in 1964. It o ers 28 undergraduate programs and 40 postgraduate programs. Anahuac means “near the water” in Nahuatl and refers to the region of lakes of Mexico rst capital city, Tenochtitlan.VISIT WEBSITE

Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México

The National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), the biggest university in Mexico and Ibero-America, was founded on September 21st, 1551 under the name Royal and Ponti cal University of Mexico. Its fundamental aims are to serve both the country and humanity, train professionals, organize and carry out research mainly focused on national problems and conditions, and o er cultural bene ts in the broadest sense possible.

University of California, San Diego

The University of California, San Diego Laboratory for Intelligent and Safe Automobiles (LISA) is a multidisciplinary e ort to explore innovative approaches to making future automobiles safer and “intelligent”. Research includes computer vision and intelligent systems with synergistic contributions from cognitive sciences, psychology and decision theory.
Driver Modeling in Transfers of Control from Conditional Automation

University of Iowa – National Advanced Driving Simulator

The University of Iowa is one of the nation’s top public research universities, and is also home to one of the nation’s largest academic medical centers. The National Advanced Driving Simulator (NADS) is a self-sustained transportation safety research center at the University of Iowa’s Research Park. NADS utilizes its suite of world-class driving simulators and instrumented vehicles to conduct research studies for the private and public sectors.
Adaptive Headlamp System Benefit Estimation

University of Iowa – Department of Neurology, University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics

University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, which recognized as one of the best hospitals in the United States, is Iowa’s only comprehensive academic medical center and a regional referral center. UI Hospitals and Clinics and UI Stead Family Children’s Hospital together deliver quality care in collaboration with University of Iowa Physicians, the state’s largest multi-specialty medical and surgical group practice composed of faculty physicians of the UI Roy J. and Lucille A. Carver College of Medicine
Driver Modeling in Transfers of Control from Conditional Automation

University of Michigan Center for Integrative Research in Clinical Care

University of Michigan Center for Integrative Research in Clinical Care spans the spectrum of emergency medicine, ranging from molecular biology to health policy, with signi cant expertise in multicenter clinical trials, injury prevention and emergency critical care. Department of Computational Medicine and Bioinformatics (DCMB) is creating novel and impactful informatics and computationally-based methods, tools, and algorithms, and resources to extend basic and clinical research capabilities and results.
Investigation of In-Vehicle Cardiac Monitoring and Severe Event Prediction

University of Michigan International Center for Automotive Medicine

University of Michigan ICAM fosters synergistic research between medical specialties and biomedical and automotive engineering.

University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute (UMTRI)

With a multimillion-dollar research program, broad faculty expertise and multiple collaborators, the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute is dedicated to achieving safe and sustainable transportation for a global society.
Guidelines for Development of Evidenced-Based Countermeasures for Risky DrivingPassenger Response to Abrupt Evasive ManeuversNon-driving Occupant Posture and Activities in Moving Vehicles

University of Nebraska Medical Center

University of Nebraska Medical Center Mind and Brain Health Labs foster multidisciplinary research programs devoted to basic transformational and clinical research on human neurocognitive performance across laboratory and real world settings.

University of Toronto

The University of Toronto Human Factors and Applied Statistics Lab (HFASt) conducts research on understanding and improving human behavior and performance in multi-task and complex situations.

University of Virginia

With its Office of the Vice President for Research (VPR), the University of Virginia has focused on numerous and varied elds of research including environmental sustainability, innovation, energy systems, and biosciences.VISIT WEBSITE
Occupant Injury Research for Simulating Automated Driving Scenarios

University of Washington

UW Industrial and Systems Engineering – Human Factors and Statistical Modeling Lab examines complex datasets to gain insight on human performance and behavior as they interact with systems.
Identifying risk mitigation and modeling of driver behaviors in scenarios of varying complexities

University of Wisconsin-Madison

The Cognitive Systems Laboratory is involved in understanding and improving the capacity of joint human-technology systems. The HCI Laboratory studies human-computer interaction.
Driver Modeling in Transfers of Control from Conditional Automation A Systems Approach to Interactions Between Driving Automation and People

Virginia Tech

The Center for Injury Biomechanics is an interdisciplinary research center that brings together Virginia Tech’s top-rate College of Engineering with the biomedical expertise of the Wake Forest University School of Medicine. The center investigates injury mechanisms following trauma to develop a greater understanding of human tolerance to injury, in order to engineer enhanced safety countermeasures and to mitigate the occurrence of serious injury in society.

Integrated Benefit Estimation

Virginia Tech Transportation Institute

The Virginia Tech Transportation Institute (VTTI) serves as Virginia Tech’s largest university-level research center. It is dedicated to conducting research to save lives, time and money in the transportation eld by developing and using state-of-the-art tools, techniques, and technologies to solve transportation challenges.
Animal Pre-Collision System (PCS) Test Scenarios

Wake Forest University School of Medicine

The Wake Forest University School of Medicine is among the top 32 schools in the country in research funding awarded by the National Institutes of Health, and is dedicated to teaching excellence in clinical medicine, promoting strong clinical and basic research, in addition to its work with the CSRC’s Finite Element Modeling project.

Washtenaw Area Transportation Study

A multi-jurisdictional agency responsible for transportation planning in Washtenaw County, The Washtenaw Area Transportation Study (WATS) annually establishes project priorities for consideration by the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) when programming transportation funds.

Wayne State University

The Wayne State University School of Medicine’s Office of Research utilizes a multidisciplinary approach to research and education with the goal of improving the quality of life and safety for everyone who shares the road. The Bioengineering Center of Wayne State University is a leading laboratory doing research work in the areas of impact trauma, low back pain and orthopedic biomechanics.