What is the right mix of passive and active safety measures, and does the European Commission’s General Safety Regulation proposal strike the right balance?
Human error is responsible for some 90% of all accidents today. Will it ever be possible to remove this element from the road safety equation?
Automated cars need to be able to ‘read’ roads – but how can we ensure that road markings and traffic signs will be fully readable in the future?
Can some active safety technologies, such as those that monitor driver behaviour, raise privacy concerns?
About 65% of all fatal road accidents are caused by violations of traffic rules. What can policy makers do to better enforce existing laws?
6th International Conference on Models and Technologies for Intelligent Transportation Systems
The Cracow University of Technology, Department of Transportation Systems is a proud organizer of 6th edition of International Conference on Models and Technologies for Intelligent Transportation Systems (MT-ITS 2019) in Kraków, Poland. In line with previous conferences in Rome (2009), Leuven (2011), Dresden (2013), Budapest (2015) and Napoli (2017) MT-ITS 2019 aims to bring together researchers and practitioners from across Europe and the rest of the world to discuss emerging trends and developments in modelling and technology for ITS, to present state-of-the-art updates and to facilitate cross-fertilization between these two key areas of transportation systems. Attendees will experience a friendly and creative environment involving experts from science, industry and the public sector.
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InnoTrans – The world’s leading trade fair for transport technology
With 2,955 exhibitors from 60 countries in 2016 InnoTrans is the industry’s leading international trade fair, occupying all of the Berlin exhibition grounds.
137,391 trade visitors from 119 countries filled the 41 exhibition halls, the outdoor display and track area as well as the bus display at InnoTrans 2016 in Berlin.
The DSC Conference gathers driving simulation specialists from the industrial and academic communities as well as commercial simulation providers. This 17th edition follows that of 2017, held in Stuttgart, with close to 300 participants and 35 exhibitors. Participants came from all around the world from about 20 different countries of Europe, America, Asia and Africa. This year’s edition will be held in Antibes, France with an extended professional exhibition.