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EuroBrake is organised by FISITA, the international membership organisation that supports the automotive and mobility systems sector in its quest to advance technological development. Having delivered against this mission for every generation of engineers since 1948, we are uniquely placed to promote excellence in mobility engineering and the development of safe, sustainable and affordable mobility solutions.

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FAST-zero’23 will be held in Kanazawa, a historical place of Japan. We will bring together researchers and engineers from industry and academia to present the current state-of-the-art and progress in research and development of active safety technologies. Innovation in the field of active safety is the key driving force towards the ultimate goal of realizing zero traffic accidents. Researchers around the world have been investigating methods for active safety to reduce and possibly eliminate the number of traffic accidents as well as road fatalities. Especially, automated and connected vehicles have the potential to enhance safety through new sensors, dynamic maps, artificial intelligence and other technologies that have experienced a great improvement in the last years.


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Future Active Safety Technology toward zero traffic accidents

Wednesday, 8 November 2023 at 12:00:00 UTC

Future Active Safety Technology toward zero traffic accidents

8 Nov 2023 to 11 Nov 2023, Kanazawa Chamber of Commerce and Industry

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