Panelists at the NACE|CARS Technology and Telematics Expo answer questions from the audience. From left to right: Frank Weith, Volkswagen Group of America
Steve Coker, Chrysler Group LLC; Roger Saul Ph.D., National Highway Traffic Safety Administration; Eric Berkobin, Verizon Telematics; Bob Stewart, ACDelco/General Motors; Alan Prescott, Ford Motor Company; Jules Polonetsky, Future of Privacy Forum; Donny Seyfer, ASA Chairman-Elect
Photo credit: Howard Pitkow From left to Right: Steve Douglas- Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers; Terry Inch- OnStar; Bob Stewart- ACDelco/General Motors; Bill Moss- ASA General Director; Matt Godlewski- Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers; Bob Redding- ASA Washington, DC Representative
Photo credit: Howard Pitkow U.S. Congressman John Barrow (GA-12) discussing collision issues with April Hernandez, Hernandez Collision Center, Bob Redding, ASA DC Representative, Dan Risley, ASA President and Executive Director, Chairman Darrell Amberson, and Secretary/Treasurer Roy Schnepper Bob Redding, ASA DC Representative, Darrell Amberson, ASA Chairman, Dan Risley, ASA President and Executive Director, U.S. Congresswoman Suzan DelBene (WA-1), April Hernandez, Hernandez Collision Center, Roy Schnepper, ASA Secretary/Treasurer Dan Risley, ASA President and Executive Director, U.S. Congressman Doug Collins (GA-9), April Hernandez, Hernandez Collision Center, Bob Redding, ASA Washington Representative Dan Risley, ASA President and Executive Director, Darrell Amberson, ASA Chairman, U.S. Congressman Jason Smith (MO-8), April Hernandez, Hernandez Collision Center, Roy Schnepper, ASA Secretary/Treasurer U.S. Congressman Lynn Westmoreland (GA-3) speaking with collision leadership. Roy Schnepper, ASA Secretary/Treasurer, Mike LeVasseur, Keenan Auto Body Inc., Dan Risley, ASA President and Executive Director, Steve Tomaszewski, Alpine Collision Center, Dan Stander, Collision Division Director ASA Members with NHTSA Administrator David Friedman and staff, From left to right: Howard Pitkow, owner of Wagenwerx, Inc., in Wyndmoor, PA; Barb and Vernon Menke, of Menke's Automotive Repair in Newburgh, Indiana; Robert Redding, ASA's Washington, D.C. Representative; Bob Wills, ASA's Mechanical Division Director; Bill Moss, ASA's General Director, Diane Larson, owner of Larson's Service Inc. in Peabody, Massachusetts; Pete and Boni Rudloff, of Pete's Garage, Inc. in Newark, Delaware; Kil-Jae Hong, Marketing Specialist with NHTSA; NHTSA Administrator David Friedman; Nancy Lummen Lewis, Association Administrator for Enforcement; Not pictured: Claude Harris, Director, Office of Vehicle Safety Compliance Congressman Collin Peterson (MN-7) speaking with ASA members, Darrell Amberson, ASA Chairman and Dan Stander, Collision Ops Committee Member and owner of Fix Auto Highlands Ranch in Littleton, CO., and Dan Risley, ASA Executive Director

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NHTSA Moves Forward V2V Communications Technology Implementation

On Aug. 18 the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) released an advance notice of proposed rulemaking with a goal of requiring vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communication capability for light vehicles – passenger cars and light truck vehicles – and create minimum performance requirements for V2V devices and messages. The notice also included an outline for a comprehensive study of V2V technology that would focus on “technical feasibility, privacy and security, and preliminary estimates on costs and safety benefits.”

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