Today, on the Nobel Day itself, honorable prizes are awarded to two of SAFER's projects; SafetyCube and SaferAfrica. The Prince Michael International Road Safety awards aim to recognize outstanding examples of international road safety initiatives.
Welcome to join the new competence networks at SAFER!
In the autumn, SAFER has conducted a pre-study to increase collaboration and traffic safety research with India. The project has now generated results and a Sweden-India Transport Innovation & Safety Platform (SITIS) has been established.
Two project has been granted funding in the first call for SAFER pre-studies.
The second call for 2020 funding is now open!
Can crowdsourcing work for traffic safety research and the design on future self-driving vehicles? This is something you can read more about in our latest newsletter along with a status report regarding the forthcoming European research framework and a visit...
IGLAD (Initiative For The Global Harmonisation Of Accident Data) will continue for another three years. It is the fourth phase of building up a global database with comparable accident data, a key tool for a global approach to improved road...
• Road Safety on the European Horizon • Women and men in traffic - are men more protected than women? • Workshop: Ensure safety in future mobility - prospects, trends, and technology At the upcoming annual Transportforum event in Linköping,...
SAFER continues to participate in the work in various platforms and settings to provide input to the EU's forthcoming research funding program. During Friday several important meetings were held in Brussels together with the members of the European Commission. In...
The project TEAPaN, ‘Traffic Event Assessment, Prioritizing and Notification’, has received funding of SEK 5 million from Vinnova for a period of two years. In total, the project partners will contribute an equal amount. The purpose is to establish an...

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