If you work together with external partners, list the most important partners and briefly describe their role.
NRSO is contributing extensively in several projects and scientific committees of the European Commission and other International Organisations (UN-ECE, WHO, ITF, World Bank, EIB, CEDR, ERF, IRF, FEHRL, ECTRI, UITP, ETSC, WCTR, TRB). Furthermore, NRSO cooperates and supports tens of Ministries, Authorities, Industries, Technology Groups, Research Institutes, Universities, NGOs involved in road safety in Europe and globally. More details are available at: https://www.nrso.ntua.gr/ https://www.nrso.ntua.gr/geyannis/wp-content/uploads/geyannis-cp466-6.pdf
Please describe the project activities you carried/are carrying out and the time period over which these were implemented.
The NRSO is continuously investing into systematic production and dissemination of scientific knowledge as well as into the development of several key road safety decision support and information systems. The Knowledge and Data Systems are key important innovative NRSO contributions to the global road safety community since they support decision makers and stakeholders all over the world and have contributed significantly in designing and implementing successful road safety policies, programmes and measures which led to the very significant decrease of the number of accidents and related casualties in Europe during the last decades. The highly innovative road safety decision support and information systems developed by the NRSO members concern: â€¢ ERSO - The European Road Safety Observatory of the European Commission â€¢ SaferAfrica - The African Road Safety Observatory â€¢ SafetyCube - European Road Safety Decision Support System â€¢ SafeFITS - UNECE Global Road Safety Model â€¢ PRACT - The CEDR Road Safety APM and CMF Repository.