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Vision Zero International

17 October 2008

Vision Zero International 2008 will be launched in late October.  This new 180-page design and technology report that will unveil, discuss and debate technologies and theories that can reduce today’s 1.2 million road deaths worldwide to zero.

Vision Zero International will include fully illustrated features on all of tomorrow’s life-saving technologies, from intelligent road design and advanced traffic management to vehicular safety systems, driver awareness systems, and ultimately look towards the goal of fully automated highways.

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