16 October 2017, Singapore – Automobile Association of Singapore (AA Singapore) organises the Safe Driving and Mobility Conference 2017 on 20 – 21 October 2017, following the success of the inaugural Asia Pacific Road Safety and Mobility Conference 2015.

Associate Professor Dr Muhammad Faishal Ibrahim, Senior Parliamentary Secretary for Ministry of Social and Family Development and Ministry of Education, will grace the event as the Guest of Honour for this year’s conference held at Marina Bay Sands Expo and Convention Centre, Begonia Junior Ballroom, Level 3.

Focusing on this year’s theme of Safe Driving and Mobility, the conference features speakers and road safety experts hailing from internationally recognised organisations in the United States, United Kingdom, Netherlands, New Zealand, Malaysia and from Singapore. The programme line-up comprises professionals from BMW Group, AAS Academy, ASEAN NCAP, Bosch, Land Transport Authority Singapore, Shell, Uber Singapore, Safe Kids Worldwide, The Royal Society for Prevention of Accidents, Grab Singapore, Royal Dutch Touring Club ANWB and The New Zealand Automobile Association.

The conference is accompanied by an exhibition with active participation by organisations who believe in contributing to the important cause of enhancing road safety. Exhibitors include ASEAN NCAP, Bosch, BMW, Shell, Taxi Baby, and AA Singapore. Highlighting the latest developments in road safety technology, the exhibition showcases on-site driving simulators from Bosch which displays modern safety systems such as the Electronic Stability Program (ESP®) and Anti-lock Braking System; AAS Academy’s Online Driver Risk Assessment Programme; ASEAN NCAP’s results of car safety; highlights of Autonomous Vehicle research from BMW; Shell’s Total Fleet Management Solution; and child safety solutions from Taxi Baby. “AA Singapore is constantly engaging the public and raising awareness for the safety of all road users.

We’re honoured to have renowned speakers from a diverse range of fields and countries to give us insight into a wider range of road safety and mobility issues.” said Mr Bernard Tay, President of AA Singapore. The conference speakers on day one will be sharing their expertise on latest technology, covering topics on autonomous driving, car design and safety technologies, safer mobility innovation efforts, how it improves travel experience and global pedestrian safety. Day two speakers will also share on overseas safe driving, safe cycling in cities, drivers’ behaviour and child passenger safety training. “Through the one and a half day conference, we hope everyone can understand the topics better and play our part to make the roads safer for ourselves, our loved ones and especially for the vulnerable road users, such as the young and the old. Road accidents can be prevented if road users adopt the correct behaviour and safety habits. We hope to partner more of such like-minded individuals and companies to achieve safer roads in Singapore and in global context.” said Mr Bernard Tay.

More information on conference can be found at www.aas.com.sg/conference2017.