Good practices

Monday, March 11, 2024 - 14:18
Analysis of available sight distance (ASD) and its comparison with the required, passing(overtaking) or any other type of sight distance, is a key activity for adequate road designing, speed management, road safety inspection and road maintenance. Obligations related to this activity arise from road design norms and manuals. However, in the engineering practice so far, the analysis of available sight distance was either inadequately treated or completely omitted. The reason for such a thing lies in the fact that there were no appropriate tools for effective and safe measuring of ASD.

Searching for solution, we at ''Panpro Team'' d.o.o. have developed innovative software for measuring of available sight distance based on analysis of virtual driver view moving through the cloud of points, recorded by modern mobile laser(lidar's) equipment.
Thursday, March 7, 2024 - 09:46
Awareness actions to promote safer roads and sustainable mobility. Transforming our concept of mobility from a mobility based in fuel consumption transportation to a green and ecological mobility.
Awareness actions for all 17 2030 goals, particularly for the goal 3 (good health and wellbeing), 11 (sustainable cities and communities) and 13 (climate actions). These goals will help to reduce the number of car crashes and victims.
Monday, October 2, 2023 - 12:13
На този път и не само се характеризира с висока смъртност и тежки катастрофи. Нашият координатор на Европейската харта за пътна безопасност предложи още преди 5 години поставянето на делинеатори за ограничаване на опасните изправарвания.
Thursday, September 28, 2023 - 11:15
After the pandemic, the number of lethal road accidents in the Province of Treviso has unfortunately increased exponentially and it doesn’t seem to decrease, involving not only vehicles but also pedestrians, bikers, and cyclists. Collected data indicate that young people under 30 are one of the most involved age groups in road accidents. From different points of view this is called “tragic anomaly” in the Province of Treviso.
Friday, July 14, 2023 - 11:59
Slovenia is a country with a lot of small and very dispersed settlements where public transport does not cover the needs of mobility. 2 million inhabitants have as many as 1.2 million cars. The proportion of older drivers (61+) is 28% and is growing. For elderly, the car is a source of autonomy, mobility and a building block of social inclusion. Drivers in this age group are the most common drivers of fatal accidents, most often in which they die themselves. During their driving career, cars, infrastructure, road rules, driving dynamics have changed and new forms of mobility have developed.