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Mecanica’s Impact at the Seventh National Road Safety Congress

Mecanica Científicos de México, S. de R.L. de C.V., proudly shares having participated in a very important conference last week: the Seventh National Road Safety Congress organized by the Asociación Nacional del Transporte Privado, ANTP, with the support of the Instituto Mexicano del Transporte (IMT), which took place at the beautiful Hotel Fiesta Americana Hacienda Galindo near San Juan del Río, Querétaro, Mexico and the test track of the IMT itself.

This year’s congress focused on the importance of improving road safety throughout Mexico. Likewise, how large commercial fleets can take advantage of new technologies to improve internally.

John Steiner, EMBA, he participated in a panel where he highlighted the latest cutting-edge technologies that he currently uses to document, analyze and reconstruct land transit events in the United States, with the aim of disseminating these techniques in our country and collaborating in their mitigation.

Mecanica Científicos de México, S. de R.L. de C.V., would like to send his deep thanks to Alex Thiessen and Leonardo Gomez for his invitation and the opportunity to collaborate as a panelist on the topic of road safety in Mexico.

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