4 October 2018, The role of vehicle safety in Vision Zero

Spalio 4 diena, 2018 metai, 08.30-16.00

Diskusija vyko Europos namuose, Gedimino pr.16, Vilnius

Technologijų demonstravimas vyko Vilniaus autodrome, Mokyklos g. 21, 14182, Bukiškio k. Vilniaus r.  

Lietuvos Respublikos Susiekimo ministerija, Europos Komisijos atstovybė Lietuvoje ir Europos Transporto saugos taryba rengė saugaus eismo diskusiją Vilniuje. Renginio metu susisiekimo ministras Rokas Masiulis tarė sveikinimo žodį. Diskusijos tema – automobilių saugos reikšmė siekiant nulinės vizijos. Po diskusijos Vilniaus autodrome vyko autonominio avarinio stabdymo bandymas.

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4 October 2018, 08.30-16.00

Venue of the discussion: House of Europe in Lithuania, Gedimino pr.16, Vilnius  

Technology testing: Vilnius Autodrome, Mokyklos g. 21, 14182, Bukiškio k. Vilniaus r. 

Ministry of Transport and Communications, European Commission Representation in Lithuania and European Transport Safety Council held the Road Safety Performance Index (PIN) Talk in Vilnius on 4 October 2018. Rokas Masiulis, Minister for Transport and Communications, welcomed the participants. The discussion focused on the role of vehicle safety in reaching vision zero. The discussion was followed by a vehicle technology demonstration.

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Presentations:

Road Safety Performance Index – Lithuania within the EU, Dovile Adminaite, ETSC

Road Safety in Lithuania – the road towards vision 0, Vidmantas Pumputis, Susisiekimo ministerija

The EU proposal on the General Safety Regulation – what is the potential of new vehicle
safety standards to contribute in delivering on EU targets? Antonio Avenoso, ETSC

Car safety ranking – stars on cars, Alled Williams, Euro NCAP

Roads that cars can read, Marianne Dwarshuis, Euro RAP

Adapting Lithuanian road infrastructure for new in-vehicle technologies, Andrius Teskevivius

The significance of forefront road identification for vehicle dynamics and safety, Vidas Zuraulis, VGTU

Technical trends of driver assistance and automated driving, Vincent Legagneur, TME

Safety technologies in heavy duty vehicles, Laurent Decoster, Volvo Group

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