Tugrul U. Daim
Management of Engineering and Technology
The purpose of this project was to provide a technically sound decision, as a consultant team working for ITS technology manufacturers, as to which in-vehicle safety technology to research and develop based on user acceptance (which also dictates how soon the technology can be implemented) and therefore overall profitability. In order to facilitate the overall comprehension and rationale behind the decision, this report will provide a general overview of the ITS program as well as in-depth analysis for each in-vehicle technology, and a technology assessment of each of the technologies to structure and narrow the decision process. The background and methodology of the assessment will also be provided so that the reader can discern the effectiveness of the decision making approach that was used.
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Mouse, Abdisalan; Baumgartner, Doug; Mimioglu, Gorken; Das, Jyoti Prakash; and Chawla, Vinay, "Intelligent Transportation Systems – A Technology Assessment Project" (2005). Engineering and Technology Management Student Projects. 1288.
This project is only available to students, staff, and faculty of Portland State University