- Publications UK event



MEET SOME OF OUR SPEAKERS

Patrizia Portmann

Federal Roads Office (FEDRO), Switzerland Federal Authority

Barry Sheerman

MP, UK Parliament

Trevor Hall

Managing Director, Road Safety Support

Nicholas Worrell

Director, Office of Safety Advocacy

Brian Ursino

Director of Law Enforcement, AAMVA

Antonio Avenoso

Executive Director, European Transport Safety Council

Brendan Halleman

Vice-President, IRF, Europe and Central Asia

Ruth Purdie

General Secretary, TISPOL

Patrizia Portmann

Federal Roads Office (FEDRO), Switzerland Federal Authority

Barry Sheerman

MP, UK Parliament

Trevor Hall

Managing Director, Road Safety Support

Nicholas Worrell

Director, Office of Safety Advocacy

ONE DIRECTION, A SHARED JOURNEY

THE WORLD

in which we work is changing at a rapid pace; we have seen developments in road safety that we could only dream about 5-10 years ago. Despite these changes, global casualty figures remain high; the only way that we can affect change is by working together through international collaboration. Together we hold the power to reduce the threat to life from road collisions. We should be proud of our road safety heritage and of our achievements to date. This is at the very core of what this conference upholds – celebrating achievements, looking to the future, learning from the past and working in unity – that is what we have always been committed to, and to which we are all committed to today. We are pleased to have the support of TISPOL, ETSC and IRF for this conference. Indeed, this demonstrates the determined effort for co-operation and collaboration.

One of the main building blocks to road safety is enforcement and enforcement technology. We have some of the most advanced enforcement technologies being showcased at this conference. Alongside this, we have experts from the UK who are going to discuss the world class “Type Approval Process”, which ensures that reliable and rigorous evidence is obtained, and how enforcement strategy is at the core of any road safety policy.

Ours is a time of change. We are shaking old values, uprooting old ways, looking to the past – not for nostalgia but to ensure that we learn from what has worked, what has been tried before – to take old solutions and bring them into this new era. As we look to the future – we need to ask ‘Where are we going? What challenges are on the horizon? How can we work together to ensure we keep our common purpose in focus?’
This conference will focus on these key issues:
  • ENFORCEMENT TECHNOLOGY

  • AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES

  • DATA

  • ROAD SAFETY STRATEGIES


We have a full conference agenda packed with topics covering enforcement and road safety strategy, enforcement technologies, the importance of data and autonomous vehicles.

Two years from now, we will reach the end of the ‘Decade of Action’ and we will celebrate our achievements together. What kind of celebration will that be? How we shape the future is up to us – it’s our hopes, our actions and our determined commitment to achieve. We are already looking to the 2030 targets!

What is clear is that the energy, commitment and passion that ‘we’ as road safety and enforcement practitioners bring to this journey are what truly hold us together. Many skills that some countries have gained in reducing casualties through enforcement practices, education and engineering are now being actively shared with many others. What is clear is that by unifying and moving together in one direction, we can and will succeed. As we embark on this shared journey, it will provide challenges, we will find solutions and we will celebrate each other’s achievements – and at its heart will be international collaboration!

SPONSORS

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Jenoptik

Jenoptik

Global leaders in the supply and support of SPECS average speed enforcement solutions


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ETSC

ETSC

ETSC is a Brussels-based independent non-profit making organisation dedicated to reducing the numbers of deaths and injuries in transport in Europe.

International Road Federation

International Road Federation

The International Road Federation is a global not-for-profit organization, headquartered in Washington, DC since 1948. The IRF serves a network of public and private sector members in more than 70 countries by providing world-class knowledge resources, advocacy services, and continuing education programs which together offer a global marketplace for best practices and industry solutions.

TISPOL

TISPOL

TISPOL is committed to reducing death, serious injury and crime on Europe's roads. Its activities are guided by research, intelligence, information and experience, to produce measurable results that contribute to reducing casualties and making roads safer.


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