eSafety Related Websites
AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety
The AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety is a not-for-profit, publicly supported charitable educational and research organization. Since 1947, the Foundation has funded over 80 research projects designed to discover the causes of traffic crashes. It has used its research to develop dozens of focused, high-impact educational materials for drivers, pedestrians, bicyclists and other road users.
From understanding technology change in microprocessors to how hybrid vehicles and 42-volt systems will change the game, ABI Research's core offerings provide insight into many aspects of the market. Core level systems such as X-By-Wire, engine management systems, vehicle safety systems, and in-vehicle networks (wired and wireless) are explored in detail. Emerging in-vehicle communication protocols such as MOST, 1394, FlexRay and TTP are an integral part of ABI Research's analysis.
Drive and Stay Alive
provides international Road Safety News (plus about one thousand other web pages of additional road safety information)
Although located in the US, Drive and Stay Alive Inc. is a signatory to the European Road Safety Charter.
FIA European Bureau
provides representation to FIA’s European member Clubs within the European Institutions. The work of the bureau, guided by the Clubs, consists of monitoring the work of the institutions, developing common platforms for the work of the Clubs, developing and maintaining relations with staff in the institutions, and ensuring that FIA’s message is heard in Brussels and Strasbourg. Additionally, the bureau also engages in a number of programmes and projects, such as EuroTest, EuroTAP and eSafety Support which further the interests and goals of FIA’s members.
FIA – Federation Internationale de l’Automobile
One of the FIA's tasks in shaping the car of the future is to encourage governments and car manufacturers to deploy the technologies that will make cars safer, cleaner and more reliable than ever before.
The "Automated Transport System" is an innovative concept of an "ITS". It is driveless, integrated transport system, which is capable of "driving" millions of vehicles.
GRSP Global Road Safety Partnership
The Global Road Safety Partnership (GRSP) is an informal partnership of private sector, civil society, government and bi-/multilateral development organisations with the mission of reducing deaths, injuries, disabilities and associated social costs of road traffic crashes through partnerships, which promote collaboration, and coordination of road safety activities among partners for the benefit of the most vulnerable.
Institute of Transportation Engineers, ITE
ITE is an international association for professional transport organisations.
International Forum for Rural Transport and Development, IFRTD
IFRTD is a global network of people and organisations interested in promoting a broader approach to meeting the transport needs of rural people.
International Road Federation
The International Road Federation is a not-for-profit, non-political service organisation. with the purpose and continuing objective of encouraging better road and transport systems worldwide. It also aims to help apply technology and management practises which will give maximum economic and social returns from national road investments.
International Road Transport Union, IRU
IRU, member organisation for the road transport industry.
International Transportation Safety Association
An association of independent transport accident investigation boards.
International Union of Public Transport, UITP
Association of urban and regional passenger transport operators, their authorities and suppliers.
Every day, thousands are injured and almost 350 people are killed on the roads of OECD countries. OECD has produced a report that evaluates the global impact of new road safety technologies and provides recommendations to governments and industry to assist all countries in achieving a common aim: saving lives.
An example of a public outreach programme in Northern Ireland, Roadwise is an initiative driven by companies and organisations dedicated to reducing the road death toll by educating and incentivising people to become safer drivers.
Transportation Research Board
The Transportation Research Board (TRB) is a unit of the UK's National Research Council, a private, non-profit institution that is the principal operating agency of the National Academy of Sciences and the National Academy of Engineering. The Board’s mission is to promote innovation and progress in transportation by stimulating and conducting research, facilitating the dissemination of information, and encouraging the implementation of research results.
UN Institute for Traffic Care
The organisation has as goal the achievement of a structural development and implementation of road safety activities in order to realise a positive behavioural influence of road users. This is done by accumulating existing and future road safety expertise and by making use of its available networks.
United Nations Economic Commission for Europe, UN/ECE
UN/ECE is one of five regional commissions of the United Nations with the primary goal of encouraging greater economic cooperation among its 55 Member States.
Development institution providing loans, policy advice and technical assistance to improve living standards for people in the developing world. Use "Topic and Sectors" to find transport.
World Conference on Transport Research Society, WCTRS
Forum for the interchange of ideas among transportation researchers, managers, policy makers, and educators from all over the world.
World Road Safety Network
The members of the Network have committed themselves to invest their energy, knowledge and influence to improve road safety throughout the world especially in developing countries. By working together in partnership, members will increase political and public awareness across the world. The network will support and encourage the delivery of the enforcement-led road safety programmes.