The National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) and the Hellenic Institute of Transportation Engineers organised the 6th Pan-Hellenic Conference on Road Safety, which took place with great success in Athens at the Amphitheater of the Ministry of Infrastructure, on 12-13 March 2015. The main objectives of the conference were to explore and assess the level of road safety in the country and the efforts and innovations implemented to improve the road safety of drivers, vehicles and pedestrians in Greece. More than 300 road safety experts and stakeholders participated at the 8 sessions with 35 oral and 24 poster presentations.
The Conference Proceedings and the respective presentations are available at the Conference website.
NTUA presentations concerned:
Exploratory analysis of the effect of distraction on driving behaviour through a driving simulator experiment
Comparative analysis of factors affecting driving under the influence of alcohol of car drivers and motorcyclists
Investigation of the relationship between working memory and Parkinson’s disease in a driving simulator