Hybrid event for PTW safety: SAFETY IN MOTION

   Release date: 2022-08-23     Source: Koelnmesse GmbH    Author: Koelnmesse GmbH    Hits: 79    
Note: 14th International Motorcycle Conference - Hybrid event for PTW safety: SAFETY IN MOTION
 Whether on site at INTERMOT Cologne or on screen from all over the world, when the 14th International
Motorcycle Conference opens its doors on 3 and 4 October 2022, everyone will be able to follow and
discuss the latest findings in the field of motorcycle safety. Because then the time will come again and the
Institute for Motorcycle Safety (ifz) will invite experts and other interested parties from numerous nations
to this almost unique world congress in Cologne.

The event will soon be started, the contents of the lectures are ready and the registrations have begun. Due to
its excellent partners, such as the American Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF, USA), the European (ACEM)
and German Motorcycle Industry Association (IVM), the German Road Safety Council (DVR) and, last but not
least, Koelnmesse, this year's ifz International Motorcycle Conference will once again set standards in the
context of the International Motorcycle and Scooter Fair INTERMOT Cologne.

The aim is to publish the latest research results on powered two-wheelers and to promote the international
exchange of road safety experts in order to further reduce the number of accidents involving powered
two-wheelers worldwide. Hence, the motto "Safety in Motion" marks the focus of the event.

once again, the two days will offer the committed participants from research and practice an excellent
opportunity to exchange information on the latest safety-relevant aspects of motorcycling. A highlight
of the conference will be the high-level round table discussion "Vision 2030+: the motorcycle industry's
future within the EU mobility transformation", organised under the leadership of  ACEM, the European
Association of Motorcycle Manufacturers. Industry leaders and policy makers will discuss key topics
such as the potential of powered two- wheelers mobility for the urban transport of the future and
ongoing efforts to further improve the safety of powered two-wheelers.

More information on the conference is available at www.ifz.de .