The Transportation Active Safety Institute (TASI) was founded in February, 2006, as a consortium led by the Purdue School of Engineering and Technology (IUPUI), and was officially recognized as an IUPUI campus-wide center in January, 2007. TASI was one of 10 centers awarded IUPUI Signature Center funding in January, 2008.
TASI's mission is to advance the use of active safety systems to reduce vehicle crashes and save lives. With core faculty drawn from nine departments representing seven schools, the Transportation Active Safety Institute (TASI) is a university-wide interdisciplinary center for advanced automotive-safety research and development on the IUPUI campus.
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