This equipment package shall provide the capability for an in-vehicle manually initiated distress signal with cancel a prior issued manual request for help feature. This capability shall include automatically identifying that a collision had occurred using equipment such as collision detection sensors with interface to mayday type equipment that would automatically detect vehicle problems and for some cases, automatically send appropriate distress signals to the Emergency Management Subsystem.
The vehicle shall provide the capability for a driver to report an emergency and summon assistance. 2 -
The vehicle shall provide the capability to accept input from a driver via a panic button or some other functionally similar form of input device provided as part of the in-vehicle equipment. 3 -
The vehicle shall provide the capability to automatically identify that a collision has occurred using equipment such as collision detection sensors with an interface to mayday type equipment that would automatically detect vehicle problems and send appropriate distress signals to a center. 4 -
The vehicle shall forward a request for assistance to a center containing the driver's current location, its identity and basic vehicle data relevant to its current condition, as well as any other data, such as personal medical history, vehicle orientation, etc., that may be developed in-vehicle by other systems. 5 -
The vehicle shall acknowledge the driver's request for emergency assistance. 6 -
The vehicle shall provide further details about the emergency to the center upon request from that function.