There is an increasing trend towards automation in the transport sector. Organisations that plan to introduce automated vehicles will likely need support on how to develop sustainable safety cultures to prevent accidents and to maintain high safety. Safety culture is...
Agenda 2030 is the most ambitious sustainability goals ever adopted by UN member states, and road safety is included both directly and indirectly in several of the goals. The goals are absolute and indivisible, which means that the work with...
Welcome to celebrate SAFER 15-year anniversary together with all of us involved in this fantastic partnership - together we carry out research and generate knowledge to save lives and prevent injuries in traffic! September 29, we will arrange a range...
In this project DrivER (Driver physiological monitoring for vehicle Emergency Response), which is part of the Connected Occupant Physiological Evaluation (COPE) concept designed by Chalmers University of Technology and Autoliv Development AB, we aim to evaluate three related concepts for...
“How can we in the research community together continue to utilize the opportunities that come with the UN Conference, the Stockholm Declaration and the new UN resolution on traffic safety that was adopted in August last year?” This core question...
The schedule for our Thursday lunch seminars autumn 2021 is now set and we are looking forward to meeting you online. We are back with inspiring and knowledgeable seminars about vehicle and traffic safety September 2nd. The main objectives with...
ICV-SAFE, a recently SAFER associated project, is a Sweden – China bilateral project with focus on investigating the safety aspects of intelligent connected vehicles (ICV) in mixed traffic environments. The project aims at taking advantage of the rapid development environment...
The SAFER A-HBM5 project follows on from four previous projects; A-HBM steps I-IV, from 2008 to today. This is state-of-the-art research on car occupant muscle responses and development of active human body models (HBM) and is part of a continuous...
The annual analysis report of traffic safety developments in Sweden is now published. The report presents and analyzes Sweden’s traffic safety developments in 2020. The report has been prepared by an analysis group consisting of analysts from the Swedish Transport...
We are happy to welcome four new partners to the community; Agreat, Consenz, Knightec and Tier Mobility.

Safer – Vehicle and Traffic Safety Centre

SAFER is the open research arena where researchers and expertise work together to create safe mobility. Our traffic safety approach covers people, vehicles and the infrastructure – and together we contribute to safer road transports and smarter, more sustainable cities.

Contact information

SAFER

Lindholmspiren 3A
SE-417 56 Göteborg
Sweden

 +46 31-772 21 06
 safer [at] chalmers.se