More speakers announced for Joining the Dots

 

More speakers announced for Joining the Dots

October 17, 2023

More speakers announced for Joining the Dots

Shortly after announcing that Richard Holden, Minister of Roads and Local Transport will be joining us as a keynote speaker at next years conference in March, we can now announce three further speakers will be joining us on the day.

David Crowley-Sweet chief data officer at National Highways will be joining to discuss how they are thinking differently about data as an asset and lead us into the first session of the day which will focus on data and policy.

Following David, we can announce that Sheena Hague, Director of Road Safety at National Highways will be leading us through the latest updates on their Road to Zero Harm targets and also look forward to their latest projections.

Finally looking towards the end of the day and in the final session where we will be looking towards examples of good practice, the sessions keynote will be Detective Andy Cox from the MET police who will be outlining the METs approach to fatal collisions.

Tickets are already on sale with an early bird rate available until Christmas. You can find these and all the information about the conference via the website.

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