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Wednesday , 17 August 2022

Making a point

Combined High Beam (upper) and Low Beam (dipper) switch to avoid accidents at night

Most of the drivers do not use dipper (low beam) headlamps of their vehicles in the night driving while approaching on the roads and highways. Most of the time, it is seen that vehicles approaching from the opposite side with high beam mode cause temporary blindness (glaring effect) creating conditions for any accidents. Dr. Prashant Dhanke, Assistant Professor- Chemical Engineering, ...

Walking the Talk: What Can We Learn from Germany’s New Pedestrian Policy Framework?

Germany has set an ambitious plan to make its streets friendlier and safer for pedestrians through strategic changes in land use, street infrastructure and other key areas informs Claudia Adriazola-Steil and Alejandro Schwedhelm Walking, as simple as it is, is key to many current urban issues. As car ownership grows, people are walking less and becoming less physically active generally, ...