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Keep up to date by following the latest developments at VUFO here. Find out about forthcoming trade fair appearances or successful seminars that have taken place, and review VUFO’s successes so far.

Blue light festival on the Neumarkt in Dresden

29.04.2019

On Saturday, 04 May 2019, the Florianstag will be celebrated in Dresden. The VUFO will be there with some employees to inform about the work of the VUFO.Further information can be found at...[more]

Mathworks Conference 2019 in Stuttgart

03.04.2019

On 11.04.2019 the "MathWorks Automotive Conference 2019" will take place in Stuttgart. Florian Spitzhüttl (Head of Research and Development at VUFO) represents VUFO with a lecture on "Applications in Traffic...[more]

Symposium on Accident Research and Road Safety

01.04.2019

On 2/3 April 2019, the Symposium on Accident Research and Road Safety will take place in Munich. It is organized by the ADAC Foundation. The VUFO will be represented by Henrik Liers (Managing Director of VUFO) and Thomas Unger...[more]

DGUV Expert Discussion Traffic Safety

28.03.2019

On 27/28 March, the "1st expert discussion on road safety" of the DGUV (German statutory accident insurance) took place in Dresden. The organisers were able to record a notable success with the participation of more...[more]

More and more pedestrians and cyclists die in road traffic in Saxony

05.03.2019

Statistically speaking, every ten days in Saxony a pedestrian and a cyclist die in road traffic. In no other federal state was the increase in the number of fatally injured persons in 2018 as large as in Bavaria.Henrik Liers...[more]

More and more accidents happens due to carelessness

28.02.2019

Distraction in road traffic is highly dangerous. If you only look at your mobile phone, you can quickly overlook a car. In an interview for MDR JUMP, Thomas Unger (Head of Data Analysis and Simulation of Traffic Accident Research...[more]

Release PCM v5.0 format specifications

19.02.2019

We are happy to release the specifications of the well-known and frequently used PCM format (e.g. in the GIDAS-PCM database) as version v5.0 in a more general and clearer way than before. It shall be applicable for any accident...[more]

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