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WATCH: DADSS Program Profiled on CNBC Show “Advancements TV” with Ted Danson

DADSS Update

Published: September 17, 2021

The DADSS Program was recently profiled on Advancements TV, a television series featuring state-of-the-art solutions that are transforming our world through technology and innovation. The educational program aired on CNBC and was narrated by Emmy award-winning actor Ted Danson.

Driven to Protect Presents to Future Leaders in Mobility Program

Driven to Protect Initiative

Published: September 01, 2021

On August 17th, the Driven to Protect team presented to the Future Leaders in Mobility at the Volkswagen Group of America (VWGoA) Headquarters in Herndon, VA.The Future Leaders in Mobility Program is a weeklong camp for rising high school juniors and seniors from underserved communities in the DMV area, created by VWGoA and the Greater Washington Urban League (GWUL), focused on teaching students about the range of STEM career opportunities in the automotive industry.

New Alcohol Detection Technology From DADSS Coming to Commercial Vehicles This Year

DADSS Update

Published: June 02, 2021

Today, ACTS announced the first product equipped with new alcohol detection technology from the DADSS Research Program will be available for open licensing in commercial vehicles for the first time ever, in late 2021.

Experts Share Insights into the Role of Fleets in Driven to Protect

Driven to Protect Initiative

Published: May 06, 2021

On March 30th, Driven to Protect hosted the second webinar in the Ask the Experts series, titled Ask the Experts: The Role of Fleets in Driven to Protect. Attendees were able to learn about how the DADSS alcohol detection technology can support fleet operators in furthering their safe driving goals while helping to eliminate drunk driving.

Alcohol Detection Technology Key to Tackling Impaired Driving, Meeting Goals of National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB)’s Most Wanted List of Transportation of Safety Improvements

DADSS Update

Published: April 06, 2021

Dulles, VA, April 6, 2021 – Today, the Automotive Coalition for Traffic Safety (ACTS) issued the following statement on the 2021-2022 National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB)’s Most Wanted List of Transportation Safety Improvements: