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Over the years considerable amounts of information are amassed. Here in our archives you can find news articles that are no longer hot from the press.

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]

German Traffic Court Conference

31.01.2019

Traffic experts from politics, justice, science and the police exchanged views on current discussion topics at the German Traffic Court Conference in Goslar also in this year. The Traffic accident research institute was...[more]

Newsletter 2018/2

31.01.2019

You can download our 2nd Newsletter for 2018 here.[more]

SePIA Halftime Event

19.11.2018

On 17.10.2018, scientists and experts explained and discussed initial results and findings on driver assistance systems and automated driving with potential users from the automotive and supplier industries at the Fraunhofer IVI...[more]

MATLAB expo 2018

09.11.2018

MATLAB EXPO focused on future-oriented technologies such as Artificial Intelligence, Predictive Maintenance, Deep Learning, Machine Learning, Internet of Things, Data Analytics, Physical Modeling and Virtual Prototypes.Mr....[more]

12th International Motorcycle Conference

31.01.2019

On 01./02.10.2018 the 12th Motorcycle Conference, to which the ifz (www.ifz.de) has invited, took place in Cologne.  For the VUFO Mr. Marcus Petzold (employee simulation, see photo at the lectern) gave together with BWM an...[more]

Discussion about turn assistants for trucks

31.01.2019

In the new Dresdner Universitätsjournal (13/2018) an article by VUFO on the subject of turn-off assistants for trucks appeared.You can download the complete article here.[more]

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