26th March 2020
8 pm, Holyport Memorial Hall, Moneyrow Green (map)
We are delighted to announce that we have a first class speaker from the Transport Research Laboratory, the world famous organisation
based in Crowthorne. For the last 75 years TRL has been at the forefront of developing efficient and effective knowledge-based solutions
that have resolved the transport issues of the passing decades. Today, TRL plays a leading role providing expert advice and consultancy,
using new technologies and innovative techniques to meet the demands of the 21st century.
Mark Hill served 30 years in Sussex Police and as a collision investigator, retirement saw him continue with a similar collision
investigation and reconstruction remit with the Transport Research Laboratory (TRL). Markâ€™s interests consider how we are also
physiologically not best adapted to drive â€“ all which leads to much of modern vehicle technology attempting to address our physical
and psychological shortfalls and to mitigate the effects when we get it wrong.
His focus of expertise, beyond collision reconstruction, encompasses how human sight functions, what we do with sight information,
and the limitations of why we may see, or not see, an object; and of course, how we react to it.
Last updated: 10th February, 2020