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Wireless technology applications to enhance traveller safety

Wireless technology applications to enhance traveller safety

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This study provides an overview of CVHS and a detailed description of the contribution it can make to transport safety applications, with reference to selected experiments from the EU-funded EMMA, TRACKSS and SAVE ME projects.

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