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A panel of highway and vehicle safety experts share insights into the importance of vehicle safety technology.

Founder at Reed Mobility and Chief Road Safety adviser at National Highways, Nick Reed hosted the RoadSafe webinar on Traffic Technology for the Safe System.

Panellists Matthew Avery Director of Research at Thatcham Research,

Steve Boyle Managing Director at Moshon Data, Karen Cole Director of Road Safety and Rider Training at MCIA UK and Rajesh Darji Vice President at Bosch, took part in discussing the ways in which new technologies are delivering safety improvements and will continue to do so into the future.

Rajesh Darji says: “It was a privilege to join Nick ReedMatthew AveryKaren Cole and Steve Boyle on the 3rd RoadSafe webinar, where we discussed, among other things, the value of connected services in reducing accidents and fatalities, and improving user journeys and experiences.”

Steve Boyle says: "It was a great opportunity to be involved with a group of such esteemed experts. The increasing safety of vehicles using driver assistance technology is making our roads safer and we should be aiming to make users understand and want to adopt this technology. Why wouldn't you want technology that prevents children from being run over?"

Hosted by Prof. Nick Reed, this is the 3rd Webinar in RoadSafe's Traffic Technology for the Safe System series.

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Thank you:

  • Matthew Avery and the Thatcham Research team who hosted the webinar at Thatcham Research Test Track at Upper Heyford Airfield in Oxfordshire.
  • Dan Campsall, Chairman at Agilysis who organised the webinar.
  • Nick Reed who hosted the webinar.
  • Panellists Matthew Avery, Steve Boyle, Karen Cole and Rajesh Darji who participated in the discussions.

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