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Stakeholders meeting on vehicle technologies to increase road safety

Friday 8 March 2013, 9:00 -16:00

Centre de Conférences Albert Borschette

Rue Froissart 36 B-1040 Brussels

  • Friday, 8 March 2013

In July 2010 the Commission adopted the Policy Orientations for Road Safety 2011-2020, which provide a governance framework and strategic objectives for action aimed at improving road safety. As part of the Policy Orientations, the Commission has established the very ambitious target of halving the number of fatalities by 2020 in relation to 2011.

One of the priority areas for action defined by the Commission in its Policy Orientations is the promotion of modern technology and Intelligent Transport Systems to increase road safety, in particular Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS).

In this context, the Directorate-General for Mobility and Transport is organising a meeting to discuss with stakeholders and authorities the potential of state-of-the-art vehicle technologies to reduce road accidents and how to promote the deployment of the most effective ones.

Attendance is by invitation only. If you would like to participate or request additional information you may contact the road safety Unit in the Directorate-General for Mobility and Transport: MOVE-C4-SECRETARIAT@ec.europa.eu

Due to capacity constraints it might not be possible to accommodate all registration requests. We do apologise in advance.

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Key information
Presentations
Speaker Organisation Theme
Sébastien Glaser Laboratoire Interactions Véhicules-Infrastructure-Conducteurs (LIVIC) From driving assistances to automated driving
Jeannot Mersch FEVR The Victim’s Perspective
Jacob Bangsgaard  FIA Region I Use of driver assistance technologies
Ellen Townsend ETSC How can improved in-vehicle safety contribute to EU Road Safety Targets?
Joris Kessel Rijkswaterstaat Centre for Transport and Navigation Safety ISA for serious speed-offenders
Maxime Flament ERTICO – ITS Europe Benefits of Intelligent Transport Systems
Thomas Lich - Peter E. Rieth CLEPA Potential of driver assistance technologies
Gianfranco Burzio ACEA Vehicle manufacturers
Kallistratos Dionelis ASECAP Road infrastructure operator perspective
Antonio Erario Italian Ministry of Transport The UNECE World Forum for Harmonization of Vehicle Regulations (WP.29)