InREAKT Workshop

Public Transportation: Video
Monitoring and Data Protection

Within the scope of the “InREAKT” research project (Integrated Assistance Chains of Reaction to increase Safety in Public Transportation), the STUVA staged a second workshop captioned “New Methods for Video Monitoring in Public Transportation complying with Data Protection” in Düsseldorf on Nov. 12, 2014.

Assistance System for more Safety in Public Transportation

The STUVA is the overall coordinator for the InREAKT research project sponsored by the Federal Ministry for Education and Research over a three-year period (October 2013 till September 2016) within the framework of the “Research for...

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