17 Sep
#StopTheCrash India

On 26 September, Global NCAP, in partnership with the Institute of Road Traffic Education (IRTE), will launch Stop the Crash in India.

Stop the Crash is a global partnership led by Global NCAP that promotes the early adoption of advanced vehicle safety technologies worldwide.

The launch event at the Buddh International Circuit, will feature practical demonstrations of some of the most important crash avoidance technologies, including Electronic Stability Control, Anti-lock Brakes in Motorcycles, and Autonomous Emergency Braking. These life saving systems can significantly help to reduce road deaths and serious injuries across India’s roads.

 

EVENT PROGRAMME

WHEN:
26 September 2018, 11.00 – 13.00
WHERE:
Buddh International Circuit, (Jaypee Sports City, Sector-25, Yeida, Along Yamuna Expressway, Gautam Buddh Nagar, Greater Noida 203201)

OPENING CEREMONY

Dr Rohit Baluja, President of the Institute of Road Traffic Education (IRTE)
Mr David Ward, Chairman of the Stop the Crash Partnership
Inaugural Address : Mr. Mansukh Mandavia, Honourable Minister of State, Ministry of Road Transport & Highways, Government of India

VIP DEMONSTRATIONS OF CRASH AVOIDANCE TECHNOLOGIES

Electronic Stability Control
Anti-lock Brakes in Motorcycles
Autonomous Emergency Braking
For more information visit the campaign web site www.stopthecrash.org

For regular campaign updates follow and share our social channels @stopthecrash

To register for media attendance at the launch event contact:
Pallavi Chopra
Head of Secretariat
Global NCAP World Congress
Institute of Road Traffic Education | College of Traffic Management
Tel: +91 129 247 7000
Fax: +91 129 298 9095
M:+91 9582518363
Email: president@irte.com

 

Editor’s Note

Led by Global NCAP, the #STOPTHECRASH Partnership includes the ADAC, Bosch, Consumers International, Continental, Denso, ITT, Thatcham Research, Veoneer, ZF and the Towards Zero Foundation.

All are united in their shared commitment to promote advanced vehicle safety technologies in support of the UN’s Global Goals and the Decade of Action for Road Safety.