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VISION ZERO INTERNATIONAL >>

View latest editionPublished twice a year, Vision Zero International is the world's first and only publication devoted to the development of next-generation active and passive vehicle safety technologies to help reduce the world's annual 1.3 million road deaths and 50 million serious injuries to zero.

Inspired by the Swedish mantra that eventually nobody should be killed or seriously injured within the road transport system, the magazine's primary focus is on collision avoidance, with highly technical articles covering ADAS such as automatic emergency braking, stability control, 360° object detection, visible light communications, driver distraction solutions, impaired driving countermeasures, pedestrian-sensing, eye gaze, lane assist, V2X communications, HMIs, and much more.

Integrated passive safety systems including advanced airbags and restraints are also investigated, in addition to ADAS testing and vehicle integrity, materials and crashworthiness. Interspersed with these technical reviews are interviews with high-profile professionals from government, safety bodies, vehicle-makers and Tier 1 suppliers, while Mr Vision Zero himself, Sweden's Claes Tingvall, regularly updates readers to success stories and challenges for the Vision Zero movement going forward.

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View latest editionThe June 2016 issue is now available online! Packed full of news, interviews and features, including:

MOTORCYCLES: Work is underway to translate safety technologies from cars to motorcycles – but there are several big challenges to overcome

AUTONOMOUS VEHICLE REGULATIONS: Many building blocks need to be put in place to enable autonomous cars to take to the roads safely with the public’s blessing

PASSIVE SAFETY: Passive safety equipment will need to be redesigned if the more flexible and leisure-focused interiors envisaged for autonomous vehicles are to become reality

 

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View latest editionThe January 2016 issue is now available online! Packed full of news, interviews and features, including:

DRUNK DRIVING: The DADSS research program is making good progress on passive breath- and touch-based alcohol-detection systems to automatically prevent drunk people from driving

CHILD PASSENGERS: There are many challenges to overcome to achieve optimal safety for children in cars – which range from many parents’ struggle to fit child seats correctly, to a lack of consensus on the best equipment

V2X: The technology promises to prevent crashes by getting vehicles to talk to each other and their surroundings – but standardization and technological issues need to be addressed to maximize the potential of V2X

 

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View latest editionThe June 2015 issue is now available online! Packed full of news, interviews and features, including:

AUTONOMOUS VEHICLE TESTING : Developing autonomous vehicles to be able to face everything the road can throw at them involves very complex testing

INTERVIEW : Nick Reed, the new director of the TRL Academy, explains how the GATEway automated vehicle demonstration can support the technology’s development and help win over the public

SMARTPHONE INTEGRATION : OEMs are responding to consumer demand to integrate smartphones into cars’ HMIs. What does this mean for driver distraction?

 

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View latest editionThe January 2015 issue is now available online! Packed full of news, interviews and features, including:

AIRBAG DEVELOPMENTS Airbag research is now dominated by efforts to integrate the life-saving cushions with sensor systems – so they can be deployed at the best time, and at the perfect level of inflation for each individual

TRUCK DESIGN: Legal changes to enable trucks’ fronts to be made more rounded and improve direct vision are under discussion in Europe. Meanwhile, others are working on sensor-based systems to try to prevent truck collisions happening

PROVING GROUNDS: The development of driverless vehicles is gathering pace, as evidenced by the opening of two proving grounds that provide vehicle manufacturers, suppliers and research institutes with specialist facilities in which to test autonomous technologies

 

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View latest editionThe June 2014 issue is now available online! Packed full of news, interviews and features, including:

AUTONOMOUS DRIVING AND THE LAW : While automotive OEMs have made great strides in the development of autonomous vehicle technology, legal and administrative challenges are still to be faced

VOICE INTERFACES : Research finds voice-command interfaces may demand more visual interaction with drivers than expected

CYBER SECURITY : V2X promises great benefits, if developers can protect systems from hacking and malware

 

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View latest editionThe January 2014 issue is now available online! Packed full of news, interviews and features, including:

PRICELESS MANOEUVRES: As active safety systems are beginning to show real improvements to accident rates in industrialised countries, what can developers do to make ADAS technology affordable across the globe?

HANDS-FREE DEVICES: The decades-old vision of autonomous driving will finally become reality in the coming years and promises to gradually revolutionise everyday life

CRASH COURSE: Autobrake systems are potentially as important a development in vehicle safety as the seatbelt was. Although today's systems are already showing promising results, the best is yet to come...

 

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View latest editionThe June 2013 issue is now available online! Packed full of news, interviews and features, including:

PUBLIC SPIRITED : Almost 10,000 people died in one year in drunk-driving crashes in the USA, and a quarter of all road deaths are alcohol-related in Europe. Is there anything more effective than random breath testing to eliminate drunk and drugged driving?

CONFLICTS OF INTEREST? : There is no silver bullet for the distracted driving epidemic, and any potential solution will require input from numerous stakeholders. But is a lack of cross-industry collaboration having a detrimental effect on saving lives?

FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS : From organic and infrared LEDs to holographic laser technology, developments in lighting design are set to give safety engineers cause to celebrate in the future

 

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View latest editionThe January 2013 issue is now available online! Packed full of news, interviews and features, including:

INFLATED OPINIONS : With active safety systems seemingly ushering us towards an accident-free society, will the cars of the future even need passive technologies? Or is there plenty of life in the airbag yet?

WINDOWS OF OPPORTUNITY: Despite concerns about driver distraction, development of augmented reality information systems continues apace

KNOWLEDGE OF ALL FONTS: In the vehicle safety world, high-tech appears to rule supreme. A recent MIT study, though, has proved how optimising typeface characteristics could be a simple and effective method of providing a significant reduction in interface demand and associated distractions

 

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View latest editionThe June 2012 issue is now available online! Packed full of news, interviews and features, including:

ANIMAL INSTINCTS : The subject has been mooted for some time, but recent research by university academics shows just how insect and animal behaviour could play a role in improving vehicle safety and collision avoidance

GLOBAL APPEAL: This renowned auto safety expert urges that traffic fatalities worldwide can be reduced further with a more ambitious and innovative approach in vehicle safety

RUBBER REVOLUTION: We can't reinvent the wheel but we can reinvent the tyre 'intelligently' - and this time make sure it is a key part of the vehicle safety package

 

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View latest editionThe January 2012 issue is now available online! Packed full of news, interviews and features, including:

NEW AGE PHILOSOPHY: The jury is still out when it comes to the safety of older drivers. What's clear, however, is that auto-makers will need to find more ways of catering for an increasingly ageing population

TOWARDS SAFER BUSES: Our resident vehicle safety expert investigates the latest US bus safety plan, but urges that innovations are also needed in other overlooked areas in order to create a Vision Zero for motor coaches

FASTER THAN THE HUMAN EYE: Aiming to go further than us mere mortals, the 6D-Vision project from Daimler represents a milestone along the road to accident-free driving and will form the basis of the German giant's future safety systems

 

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View latest editionThe June 2011 issue is now available online! Packed full of news, interviews and features, including:

THE CAMERA NEVER LIES : With distracted and drowsy driving currently high on the auto industry agenda, we assess the potential of eye-tracking technology as a means to tackle this dangerous behaviour and improve road safety

WIFI, NOT SCI-FI: To many people, the idea of vehicles constantly talking to each other and the infrastructure sounds like a Spielberg-inspired blockbuster. But this isn't fantasy - it's fact based on simple technology and it's coming soon...

LIFE IN THE BALANCE: With motorcyclists disproportionately represented among fatalities, moves are afoot to apply some of the ADAS innovations used in the automotive world for use on powered two-wheelers in a bid to reverse the trend

 

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View latest editionThe January 2011 issue is now available online! Packed full of news, interviews and features, including:

LIGHT, YEARS AHEAD : Vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-roadside communications will in the future almost certainly rise to the challenge of saving lives and reducing injury. Could LEDs be the surprise package in this new, connected era?

STAR MAN: In response to the rapid development of active safety systems, the safety industry's benchmarking authority, Euro NCAP, is singling out the technologies with the most life-saving potential. Dr Michiel van Ratingen tells us how this is being done

INTERFACE VALUE: As driver distraction is the hot traffic safety topic at the moment, with mobile phone and navigation devices the focus of much attention, we ask how advances in HMIs can ensure drivers remain connected yet safe

 

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View latest editionThe June 2010 issue is now available online! Packed full of news, interviews and features, including:

COVER STORY: HANDLE WITH CARE: The need for a revolution in truck crashworthiness: Byron Bloch examines how fragile life is when trucks and cars collide.

TRIED AND TESTED: 10 proven ways to reduce KSIs: Dr Joanne Hill lifts the lid on iRAP's Road Safety Toolkit

POSTURE EYES: Investigating the latest and forthcoming developments in restraints and seating

 

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View latest editionThe January 2010 issue is now available online! Packed full of news, interviews and features, including:

COVER STORY: DRIVEN BY DISTRACTION: Hundreds of thousands of people are killed and injured each year as a result of driver distraction. The world's leading expert on the subject, Mike Regan, tells you everything you need to know - plus a little bit more - about this lethal problem.

POLITICAL GAIN: Following the Global Ministerial Conference on Road Safety, David Ward, director general of the FIA Foundation, reveals to Nick Bradley why reducing the global road death toll should be a political priority

THERE TO BE BROKEN?: Assessing the potential impact of 1968's Vienna Convention legislation on the development of future active safety solutions. Could this 40-year-old rule set back today's intelligent vehicles movement? By Maurice Glover

 

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View latest editionThe June 2009 issue is now available online! Packed full of news, interviews and features, including:

COVER STORY: CHILDREN IN NEED: More than 260,000 children are killed every year in traffic related crashes. Leanne Keeble investigates what car manufacturers and Tier 1s are doing to reverse the trend.

RUBBER SOUL: From advanced TPMS to self-inflating tyres, Vision Zero International’s Louise Smyth plots the roadmap to the truly intelligent tyre

THE CULTURE CLUB: J. Peter Kissinger explains to Nick Bradley why he thinks there is a culture of complacency in the USA in relation to traffic safety – and what needs to be done to rectify the situation

 

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View latest editionThe launch issue is now available online! Packed full of news, interviews and features, including:

THE GODFATHER: Interview with the man behind the vision, Claes Tingvall, director of Traffic Safety, Swedish Road Administration.

GLOBAL WARNING: Seven-times F1 Champion Michael Schumacher addresses the international safety community

REDUCING THE RISK OF MISUSE IN CHILD RESTRAINT SYSTEMS:
Getting to grips with the ISOFIX standard. By Farid Bendjellal, technical director, Britax Childcare Group

 

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