Magnus Granström, SAFER/Chalmers

SAFER/Chalmers

Author Of 2 Presentations

Road Safety on the European Horizon Trafiksäkerhet 

5.9.2 - The road to road safety

Room
SF, Pluto (50)
Date
Wed, 08.01.2020
Time
15:30 - 17:00
Presentation Topic
Trafiksäkerhet 

Abstract

Bakgrund

In its Vision for 2050, the European Road Transport Research Advisory Council (ERTRAC) provides long-term objectives for the improvement of road transport in the coming three decades. Being safe and secure at any time when using the European road transport system is included as an important objective in this vision. However, the EU is actually in a phase of stagnation in its efforts to improve road safety. Fatality and in particular injury figures have remained nearly constant since 2013. As a consequence, important European safety targets are getting out of reach.

Metod

Clearly intensified efforts for the improvement of road safety are needed, and research and innovation are key factors here. In this roadmap, ERTRAC proposes a set of eleven high-priority road safety research needs with a suggested timing for their inclusion in “Horizon Europe”, the next EU framework programme. Research and innovation projects addressing these needs should give ample room for citizens and road users themselves to engage. The overall scope of the roadmap is broad, covering all elements of the road transport system, all road transport modes and all phases from preventive to post-crash safety.

Resultat och slutsats

The presentation will cover the overall aspects as well as delving into some specific examples with high relevance to Swedish actors

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Road Safety on the European Horizon Trafiksäkerhet 

5.9.4 - At the horizon: the future mobility

Room
SF, Pluto (50)
Date
Wed, 08.01.2020
Time
15:30 - 17:00
Presentation Topic
Trafiksäkerhet 

Abstract

Bakgrund

EARPA’s mission is to promote awareness and understanding of the specific role and contribution of R&D providers in the automotive sector and reinforce the high-tech character of the automotive industry as well as its potential for future innovation and new opportunities. In this context, the development of future transport systems that are sustainable and safe is of utmost importance.

Metod

European mobility is in a period of change, fuelled by several coinciding trends. Some examples of drivers that EARPA groups are evaluating:

- Social drivers include demographic changes such as increasing migration towards urbanareas, an aging population, and shifting user preferences. This has a strong impact on mobility for people and goods.

- Regulatory drivers include environmental and health policies, more stringent standardization, as well as a drive towards zero fatalities and severe injuries from transport accidents.

- Disruptive technology drivers include electrification and automation, as well as data and AI revolutions.

Resultat och slutsats

Based on the drivers and additional factors, a number of key challenges have been identified and will be presented. One of the main conclusions is that the successful European model with strong collaboration between stakeholders need to be continued and supported.

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Presenter Of 1 Presentation

Road Safety on the European Horizon Trafiksäkerhet 

5.9.2 - The road to road safety

Room
SF, Pluto (50)
Date
Wed, 08.01.2020
Time
15:30 - 17:00
Presentation Topic
Trafiksäkerhet 

Abstract

Bakgrund

In its Vision for 2050, the European Road Transport Research Advisory Council (ERTRAC) provides long-term objectives for the improvement of road transport in the coming three decades. Being safe and secure at any time when using the European road transport system is included as an important objective in this vision. However, the EU is actually in a phase of stagnation in its efforts to improve road safety. Fatality and in particular injury figures have remained nearly constant since 2013. As a consequence, important European safety targets are getting out of reach.

Metod

Clearly intensified efforts for the improvement of road safety are needed, and research and innovation are key factors here. In this roadmap, ERTRAC proposes a set of eleven high-priority road safety research needs with a suggested timing for their inclusion in “Horizon Europe”, the next EU framework programme. Research and innovation projects addressing these needs should give ample room for citizens and road users themselves to engage. The overall scope of the roadmap is broad, covering all elements of the road transport system, all road transport modes and all phases from preventive to post-crash safety.

Resultat och slutsats

The presentation will cover the overall aspects as well as delving into some specific examples with high relevance to Swedish actors

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Moderator Of 2 Sessions

K&K, Operan (150) Workshop
Date
Wed, 08.01.2020
Time
17:15 - 18:30
Room
K&K, Operan (150)
Session Description
I februari 2020 står Sverige värd för ”3rd Ministerial Conference on Road Safety – Achieving Global Goals”. Konferensen förväntas bl.a. rekommendera att utveckling och tillämpning av existerande och framtida teknologi uppmuntras, och bidrar till trafiksäkerhetsförbättringar. Hur kan vi på bästa sätt ta vara på förändringar och den utveckling som pågår fram till 2030? Frågan belyses i denna workshop där inbjudna panelister i samtalsform inleder med en överblick över teknologitrender vi ser idag, och hur trafiksäkerhetsaspekter kommer in i framtida mobilitet. Kom och var med i diskussionen om hur samverkan fortsatt kan vara en katalysator och hur innovation kan bidra till att göra det framtida mobilitetssamhället trafiksäkert!
K&K, Musikalen (250) Trafiksäkerhet
Date
Thu, 09.01.2020
Time
09:00 - 10:30
Room
K&K, Musikalen (250)