Ambulance Visibility website and AV Blog statistics for 2011

The yearly visitor statistics are in for 2011, They show that both the Ambulance Visibility website and the AV Blog have received over 50,000 visits between them during the 12 months. Much of the credit must go to the new AV Reference Library that for the first time brings together comprehensive links to the latest visibility /conspicuity research as well as other research resources from around the world.

The many documents and articles provided by David Green last year have been very popular as downloads, as have other several other documents sent in by Malcolm Palmer from the UK and Johan Granlund in Sweden. The Ambulance Visibility website continues to sustain a trustworthy and reliable knowledge base with detailed links to an ever-increasing library of international resources.

Stay tuned for some new additions in 2012; there will be an increasing emphasis on the new directions being taken within European conspicuity, plus a sure-be-controversial new discussion commentary that compares many different emergency vehicles and their marking layouts. As always, you will be kept up-to-date with current research and the latest news.

Thank you to all on the web who have taken the time to have a look at one or both of the Ambulance Visibility sites during 2011.

All the best for 2012 –  John Killeen


About John Killeen (Ambulance Visibility)

John Killeen is a former Intensive Care Paramedic who authors the Ambulance Visibility research website & blog
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