Lazy summer and busy September

Jun, 28 2013

Most of us have focus on summer and vacation right now. But if you feel like your calendar is empty after the lazy days, just check the calendar on SAFER’s website.

September is going to be very busy and filled with road safety activities. To name a few, SAFER and University of New South Wales are hosting the 3rd International Conference on Driver Distraction and Inattention on 4-6 September, the IRCOBI conference takes place at Chalmers Campus Johanneberg the week after.

A workshop on Investigating Driver Distraction and Inattention using the SHRP2 Naturalistic Driving Study Data is run by Virginia Tech Transportation Institute (register before July 31) and a Workshop on Naturalistic Cycling Analysis is run by SAFER and Chalmers.

The world most renown child safety researchers gather at SAFER’s seminar Child occupant protection - Latest knowledge and future opportunities and at the Workshop on field data for collision avoidance and driver assistance systems driving data (FOT/NDS/DriveCam/Telematics) and Mass data and crash data are presented and discussed by an expert panel.

If you understand Swedish you are welcome to a Chalmers Initiative Seminar on Future Transports on the 12th of September and Nationell konferens i transportforskning on 22-23 October (call for abstracts open). A seminar on safe mobility for elderly takes place on September 17th at SAFER.