Currently, research by the federal government and the world's leading automakers is underway to develop the driver alcohol detection system for safety, or DADSS.
What does DADSS stand for?
DADSS stands for Driver Alcohol Detection System for Safety (vehicle technology research)
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See other definitions of DADSS
- DMS (Defense Message Service) Asset Distribution System (US DoD)
- Dual Air Density Satellite (NASA)
- Dynamic Analysis and Design System
- Deputy Assistant Director of Supply and Transport (Australia)
- déclaration automatisée des données sociales unifiée
- Direct Access Discretionary Services Costs
- Defense Accession Data Systems Integration Working Group
- Direct Access Device Space Management
- Delay, Attack, Decay, Sustain, Release (envelope generator; music synthesis)
- Decision Analysis and Decision Support System
- Déclaration Automatisée des Données Sociales Unifiée (French tax calculations)
- Dangerous Alone Deadly Together (gaming clan)
- Dans l'Air du Temps (French interior decorating company)
- DARO Architecture Development Team
- Département Aménagement Durable des Territoires (French: Sustainable Regional Development Planning Department)
- Deputy Assistant Director Transport (UK)
- Divided Attention Driving Test
- Don't Ask, Don't Tell (US DoD policy)
- Downtown Arena Design Team (sports design; Kansas City, MO)
- Durability and Damage Tolerance
Samples in periodicals archive:
Born from a research agreement between the Automotive Coalition for Traffic Safety and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, a group called the Driver Alcohol Detection System for Safety is exploring advanced technologies that would disable a vehicle when the driver's blood alcohol level is over the legal limit.
Under the Driver Alcohol Detection System for Safety (DADSS) program, ACTS has teamed up with the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration and a Blue Ribbon Panel representing the Who's Who in the global automotive industry to turn this lifesaving idea into standard practice.
This scenario could be a reality within the decade, and the National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration (NHTSA) through Driver Alcohol Detection System for Safety (DADSS) and The Automotive Coalition for Traffic Safety (ACTS) recognizes this system's capacity to save lives as an additional tool to help address one of the most significant road safety problems around the world.
The partnership is a commitment to jointly develop products and partner under Driver Alcohol Detection System for Safety (DADSS) and The Automotive Coalition for Traffic Safety (ACTS) Phase II RFP for the National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration (NHTSA).
The amendment provides $8 million per year over five years to help boost the research for the Driver Alcohol Detection System for Safety, or DADSS.