It is my pleasure to invite you to the NNID Official Launch and to provide you with information on NNID and its strategic potential to reduce texting while driving.
Monday September 24th, 2018
10:45 AM – 12:45 PM
Webcast (Instructions provided with reservation)
Event Location Hendrick BMW Southpoint
225 Kentington Drive, Durham NC 27713.
Guests are invited to arrive at 10:45 with the presentation commencing promptly at 11:05 followed by demonstrations, lunch and concluding at 12:45
Southpoint Durham - Sep 24th 10:45
Hendrick BMW Southpoint
Durham, NC 27713
|General Admission||$ 40.00|
|VIP Admission (Includes Lunch)||$ 60.00|
|Web Cast||$ 20.00|
Transportation, Public Safety, Communications, Commerce and Insurance.
Transportation, Wireless, Data Management, Safety and Societal change.
Advocates and Philanthropists
With a mission to bring less distraction and driving safer roads.
Vehicle Fleet Operators, Transportation, Insurance, Logistics Service providers, Phone Application companies, Vehicle Safety Equipment providers, Data Analytics companies, Wireless Service providers and Associations.
US Senator Thom Tillis will send remarks as a video message. US Congressman G.K. Butterfield (1st District) and others will present remarks. Additional messages from around the country will note technology, organizations and initiatives that are key to providing safer roads.
Sen. Thom Tillis
Rep. G.K. Butterfield
NNID’s mission will be presented; its programs and the stakeholder relationships are being built using comprehensive technical and behavioral methods to reduce distracted driving.
The issues surrounding Texting and Driving need to have a robust strategy to reduce its prevalence and involve the community in working together with both technology and social understanding to encourage the needed behavioral changes.
Our thanks to our hosting sponsor
Examples of Apps with features that enhance driver safety. Drivers become more attentive and text less.
Demonstrations of In-vehicle display systems with functionality replacing hand-held phones.
Presentation of network based technologies with automatic or procedural feedback systems.
Influence methods that encourage safer behavior through peer expectations and prompt feedback.