Safe Highways of the Future 12-14 February 2008

eSafety to take part in Brussels conference focusing on key areas to reduce road deaths

Brussels, Belgium – As part of its continued work to promote and support the eSafety initative, eSafety Support will lend its presence to the Safe Highways of the Future conference, which will take place 12-14 February 2008 in Brussels. It will have a stand at the event, featuring a “one-stop shop” for eSafety information and dissemination material.

eSafety lends itself well to the conference, which is looking at technologies, and changes required, to enable zero deaths on Europe’s roads to become a reality.

Five key areas will be explored:

  • Automated vehicles and highway systems;
  • Safer vehicles by design;
  • Safer roads by design;
  • Human factors;
  • Political and social building blocks.

Expert speakers – including notables from the eSafety community – will touch on the opportunities and identify the obstacles which will need to be overcome to make our roads safer.

For more information, including registration details please visit www.safehighwaysofthefuture.com/index.html

Auteur: Redactie Infrasite

Bron: eSafetySupport

Safe Highways of the Future 12-14 February 2008 | Infrasite

Safe Highways of the Future 12-14 February 2008

eSafety to take part in Brussels conference focusing on key areas to reduce road deaths

Brussels, Belgium – As part of its continued work to promote and support the eSafety initative, eSafety Support will lend its presence to the Safe Highways of the Future conference, which will take place 12-14 February 2008 in Brussels. It will have a stand at the event, featuring a “one-stop shop” for eSafety information and dissemination material.

eSafety lends itself well to the conference, which is looking at technologies, and changes required, to enable zero deaths on Europe’s roads to become a reality.

Five key areas will be explored:

  • Automated vehicles and highway systems;
  • Safer vehicles by design;
  • Safer roads by design;
  • Human factors;
  • Political and social building blocks.

Expert speakers – including notables from the eSafety community – will touch on the opportunities and identify the obstacles which will need to be overcome to make our roads safer.

For more information, including registration details please visit www.safehighwaysofthefuture.com/index.html

Auteur: Redactie Infrasite

Bron: eSafetySupport