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DATA

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Let The

DATA

Do The Talking.

DRIVER RESPONSE RESEARCH AT YOUR
FINGERTIPS AND TAILORED TO YOUR CASE.
BUY NOWBOOK A DEMO

IDRR

Decades Of Data Across Most Crash Scenarios Power The Leading Industry Software.

IDRR offers the most up to date and comprehensive sample of peer reviewed drivers’ responses ever compiled. Our sample performs as a baseline that can then be used to compare to your subject driver.

Through the software all data points are easy to obtain and will be on-point to your investigation. The source of the data is transparent and well cited.

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Key Highlights

DRIVER RESPONSE TIME (PRT)

We give you the confidence in knowing that we have the most recent data for PRT to immediate hazards. The specificity of our data covers human factors timing for leg movement, steering, braking and the influence of crash type on response times and how they range for normal drivers for each crash type.

NIGHTTIME RECOGNITION

Nightime hazards range from and could be influenced by street lighting, reflective materials, lighting, pattern recognition, clothing color, background illumination, headlight type and pedestrian movement. Just a few of the after dark data hazard data points we collect.

HAZARD ANTICIPATION

Driver speed choice and anticipation to non-immediate hazards such as curves, roadside obstacles, flashing lights, emergency vehicles all influence how a driver changes their speed or responses to each factor. How does crash risk increase when they do not modify their speed or change their response?

VEHICLE AVOIDANCE ISSUES

What is the likelihood of a driver being able to stop, slow down, steer or brake when trying to avoid an obstacle? What percentage of drivers succeed? Our data tells you the facts against each specific situation.

Key Highlights

DRIVER RESPONSE TIME (PRT)

We give you the confidence in knowing that we have the most recent data for PRT to immediate hazards. The specificity of our data covers human factors timing for leg movement, steering, braking and the influence of crash type on response times and how they range for normal drivers for each crash type.

NIGHTTIME RECOGNITION

Nightime hazards range from and could be influenced by street lighting, reflective materials, lighting, pattern recognition, clothing color, background illumination, headlight type and pedestrian movement. Just a few of the after dark data hazard data points we collect.

HAZARD ANTICIPATION

Driver speed choice and anticipation to non-immediate hazards such as curves, roadside obstacles, flashing lights, emergency vehicles all influence how a driver changes their speed or responses to each factor. How does crash risk increase when they do not modify their speed or change their response?

VEHICLE AVOIDANCE ISSUES

What is the likelihood of a driver being able to stop, slow down, steer or brake when trying to avoid an obstacle? What percentage of drivers succeed? Our data tells you the facts against each specific situation.

Easy Onboarding, Bundled With Software Training To Help You Get The Most Out Of The Data.

Simple & Transparent Pricing

$750

SOFTWARE LICENSE FEE
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Simple & Transparent Pricing

$750

SOFTWARE LICENSE FEE

+ $299 Annual Renewal Fee

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Accepted By Judiciaries Around The World

Approved and accepted for use in over 13 countries, our scientific approach and impartial collection of data is the antidote to bias. Our solution strives to include all relevant, scientific, and peer-reviewed data.

  • United States
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  • Australia
  • Singapore
  • Ireland
  • Israel
  • Malta
  • New Zealand
  • Italy
  • France
  • Hong Kong

Who We Serve.

Who We Serve.

Peer-Reviewed

Research

THE MOST UP TO DATE AND COMPREHENSIVE SAMPLE OF PEER REVIEWED DRIVER RESPONSE RESULTS EVER COMPILED

Unsolicited Citings

Forensic Aspects of Driver Perception and Response, 3rd Edition, 2010.

San Diego, CA: Lawyers & Judges Publishing

Regarding computer modelings of drivers’ response times, Dr. Paul Olson wrote: “The investigator who wishes to estimate response time for some situation not covered by one or more studies is forced to take his knowledge of the literature and extrapolate in an effort to estimate what it would be in the situation under consideration. Beyond question, having a general purpose model would be a very real advantage. Such an effort has been undertaken by Muttart (2003).”p.248

Human Factors in Traffic Safety, San Diego, CA: Lawyers and Judges Publishing, 2015.

“Muttart’s work is important and represents a significant contribution in trying to deal with the real-world problems of driver PRT. The equations have been packaged and are being marketed [in IDRR], presumably to the persons involved in the investigation of traffic accidents. The work represents a significant and valuable addition to our understanding of the driver PRT.” p. 100-103.

Forensic Aspects of Driver Perception and Response,
4th Edition, 2015.

“Muttart’s work represents a significant breakthrough in trying to deal with real-world problems of driver PRT” p. 404

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Let The Data Do The Talking

Driver response research at your fingertips
and tailored to your case.

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Let The Data Do The Talking

Driver response research at your fingertips and tailored to your case.

BUY NOWBOOK A DEMO