Accident Prevention Strategies on Europe‘s Roads
Clemens Klinke, Member of the Board of Management DEKRA SE, Head of Business Unit Automotive
In Neumünster, DEKRA used a crash test to demonstrate the severe consequences of a car colliding with a motorcycle.
The German Government is submitting a draft bill on the operation of motor vehicles with a highly automated or fully automated driving function.
DEKRA, the Institut für Verkehrsunfallforschung (Institute of traffic accident research) at Georg-August University Göttingen and Weber Rescue Systems prepare joint study.
The European Commission has published a list of 19 specific measures to improve vehicle safety.
The changed regulations concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road come into effect on July 1, 2017.
DEKRA and carhs hold practical conference on autonomous emergency braking systems
In Neumünster, DEKRA used a crash test to demonstrate the devastating consequences of a car colliding with a tree.
One in five fatalities not wearing a safety belt according to a study by the German Road Safety Council (DVR)