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Vision Zero International

2 April 2009

Coming soon, the second issue of Vision Zero International will build on the success of last year’s launch. Fully illustrated features will detail theories and future technologies aimed at reducing road deaths worldwide to zero.

Content in the forthcoming issue includes features on intelligent ergonomic design, next generation airbags, and policy focus from Antonio Tajani, VP Commission for Transport, EU. To register click here.

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