Jeju Island, South Korea 2018

May 16-18, 2018 the RS5C conference was held on Jeju Island, South Korea. The conference was organised by VTI in close cooperation with Korea Transportation Safety Authority (KOTSA) and Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport (MOLIT) in South Korea.

More than 100 presentations from more than 30 countries were accepted.

Opening session speakers

  • Dr. Anna Vadeby, Chair RS5C, VTI, Sweden
  • Dr. Chae-gyu KIM, Director General, Bureau of Motor Vehicles Policy, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport, South Korea
  • Mr. Mattias Landgren, State Secretary for Infrastructure at the Ministry for Enterprise and Innovation, Sweden
  • Mr. Byung Yoon Kwon, Director at Korea Transportation Safety Authority, South Korea
  • Dr. Tomas Svensson, Director General, VTI, Sweden
  • Mr. Sung-tae Jun, Vice Governor at Jeju Special Self-Governing Province, South Korea

Keynote speakers

  • "Challenges and opportunities in collective action for road safety - an ITF perspective". Dr. Young Tae Kim, Secretary-General, ITF
  • "Innovating national road safety system in Korea". Dr. Jaehak Oh, President, The Korea Transport Institute, South Korea
  • "Vehicle occupant and road users safety evaluation - present and future". Associate Professor Astrid Linder, VTI and Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
  • "Advanced Driver Assistance Systems: impact assessment and the role of human behaviour". Mr. Rob Eenink, SWOW, the Netherlands

Special sessions

  • Vision Zero and Safe System, hosted by KOTI and VTI
  • Communication between motor vehicles and VRUs not least when considering vehicle automation, hosted by ICTCT
  • Traffic Safety Policy and Strategy to reduce fatalities, hosted by MOLIT
  • Transportation Safety Management using Transportation Big data, hosted by KOTSA
  • Traffic Safety Issues in Buildning Livable Communities, hosted by Western Michigan University
  • iRAP and 3-star or Better Roads, hosted by iRAP
  • Suicide in Road Traffic, hosted by Swedish Transport Administration
  • Finding the way of transport in safety and disaster management, hosted by KOTI
  • Monitoring road safety attitudes & performance - the ESRA approach, hosted by Vias Institute
  • Safety, friction and monitoring infrastructure, hosted by KICT and VTI

Conference programme

RS5C 2018 conference programme Pdf, 2.2 MB.

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