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MEDIA COVERAGE
2017
2016

The 1st Annual STA Conference and Innovation Awards cited in global news outlets

Please access below the media coverage of the STA Best Innovation Project awardees, the TEV Project and FOTsis, across several countries worldwide: The TEV Project was interviewed by a leading Scottish paper The Scotsman. The Fifth Estate, a leading British and Australian daily, reviewed the subject of driverless mobility

The 1st Annual STA Conference and Innovation Awards cited in global news outlets

Sustainability: green is the new black (Thinking Highways Column – Vol. 10 No. 4, Jan 2016)

Transportation networks must satisfy high mobility demands, but at the same time must do it with the lowest possible energy consumption and CO2 emissions. At the same time, plenty of innovative ‘recipes’ are available, even if their market uptake has been quite limited to date.

Sustainability: green is the new black (Thinking Highways Column – Vol. 10 No. 4, Jan 2016)

Risky business (Thinking Highways Article – Vol. 10 No. 4, Jan 2016)

Steel material presents excellent mechanical characteristics. As well as strength it possesses high deformation capacity, which not only makes it suitable for cold (e.g. by roll forming and stamping) or hot forming, but also allows it to deform and absorb energy, notably in case of impact. It

Risky business (Thinking Highways Article – Vol. 10 No. 4, Jan 2016)

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