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Brake to cover fleet benefits of active safety systems in free webinar  

The fleet benefits and challenges of active safety systems are to come under focus by an expert speaker line-up for a free Brake webinar.

ADAS

The benefits and challenges of active safety systems like ADAS will be discussed at 2pm on Tuesday 27 March

Taking place at 2pm on Tuesday 27 March, the webinar will update operators on the latest advances in vehicle safety systems and how utilise the benefits of emerging technologies.

Speakers include Laurence Atchison, policy officer at European Transport Safety Council, who will look at the main features of active safety systems and the current technology available, including intelligent speed assistance, autonomous emergency braking, lane departure warning and electronic stability control.

Meanwhile John Pryor, national chairman of ACFO, will outline how ADAS technology saves lives and prevents injuries and should be standard on all vehicles.

Phil Hibbard, sales manager UK at Mobileye, will speak on collision avoidance systems and how they can be used to detect pedestrians and other road users, including a case study.

The speaker line-up will also see Alix Edwards, automotive researcher & data team leader at TRL, cover the subject of how telematics can be used to monitor and support drivers, including a case study, while Niall McNally, senior executive at National Vehicle Distribution, will look at the minimum standards that organisations across the world should demand and adopt to ensure that they can procure the safest vehicles.

Ross Moorlock, business development director at Brake, said: “This webinar will provide helpful advice for any organisation requiring their employees to drive for work, and I’d encourage anyone involved in managing occupational road risk to sign up to find out more.”

Attendance is free, and you can register by emailing [email protected], or booking online.

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Natalie Middleton

Natalie has worked as a fleet journalist for 16 years, previously as assistant editor on the former Company Car magazine before joining Fleet World in 2006. Prior to this, she worked on a range of B2B titles, including Insurance Age and Insurance Day. As Business Editor, Natalie ensures the group websites and newsletters are updated with the latest news.