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eSafety Awards 2009
Third edition of the
"Rewarding excellence in deployment of eSafety systems"
The eSafety initiative brings together the European Commission, Public Authorities, Industry and other stakeholders in a drive to accelerate the development, deployment and use of intelligent vehicle safety systems, so called eSafety systems and thus contribute to the European Commission's ambitious 2001 goal of halving the number of fatalities on Europe Roads by 2010. Over the last years the eSafety Forum has increased its visibility and it is now recognized worldwide as the driving force in promoting eSafety development and deployment in Europe.
The Award Scheme
The eSafety Awards provide an invaluable opportunity to highlight the successes of the most outstanding, ambitious and innovative eSafety deployments and to reward those people and organisations most worthy of recognition and praise.
There are three Award categories:
The Awards ceremony 2009
The third edition of the eSafety Awards Ceremony will take place on 22 September 2009, at 3pm, at the ITS World Congress in Stockholm, Sweden.
The eSafety Forum members were invited to send their nominations for the candidates for the three categories of the Awards (above) by 5th June 2009, and were then invited to vote for the winners between 15th July - 15th August 2009 via an online voting system supported by the eSafety Support website, www.esafetysupport.org .
The Awards will be handed out by a representative of the European Commission at the ITS World Congress in Stockholm.
With this occasion the eSafety Awards for Marketing, Sales and Driver Training from eSafety Challenge will also be handed out by the European Commission representative.
For more information please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org .
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