NTUA within the framework of the Fourth UN Global Road Safety Week organised with great success a Workshop titled “The Future of Road Safety Research” on 15 May 2017 at the NTUA Campus in Athens. The objective of this Workshop was to highlight through an intensive flow of presentations the main findings and challenges of key road safety research projects carried out within the NTUA Laboratory of Traffic Engineering and to open up the discussion in a round table on the future of road safety research in Greece, in Europe and worldwide. Special emphasis was be given to managing speed for improving road safety in line with the UN Global Road Safety Week objectives. pdf5

Workshop presentations concerned:

ppt5  The NTUA Road Safety Observatory – Nrso

ppt5  The European Road Safety Observatory – Erso+

ppt5  The European Road Safety Decision Support System – SafetyCube

ppt5  The CEDR Road Safety APM and CMF Repository – Pract

ppt5  The African Road Safety Observatory – SaferAfrica

ppt5  Global benchmarking of road safety in cities – IrtadCities

ppt5  Predicting road accidents with real time data – WeatherSafe

ppt5  Monitoring road safety culture in Europe – SafeCulture

ppt5  Monitoring road safety attitudes in Europe – Esra

ppt5  Monitoring behaviour of older road users in Europe – ElderSafe

ppt5  Monitoring road safety risk factors and measures – SafetyCube

ppt5  Monitoring driver distraction – Distract

ppt5  Monitoring behaviour of drivers with cognitive impairment – DriverBrain

ppt5  Monitoring driver behaviour through mobile phones – OSeven

   Round Table

ppt5  The future of road safety research – HELLASTRON

ppt5  The future of road safety research – Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport

ppt5  Quantitative Methods in Road Safety – HITE