Young Safe Drivers, is a Greek Non-Profit Organization, whose purpose is to promote responsible safe driving through education and cutting edges technology that encourages our youth to take responsibility for safety on our roads. Through our innovative software our organization provides a solution to eliminating distracted driving on a national and international level. Preventing mobile phone use while driving is the answer to a safer driving network through out our world. We continue to search and develop new software for all phones using the newest technology available.
Young safe drivers are an international nonprofit organization dedicated to finding innovative ways to promote road safety. Through research we aim to inform and provide innovative software solutions that may be used on mobile phones.
We use workshops, and international conferences to promote our goals. Workshops involve educating, and providing solutions to the ongoing problem of distracted driving. We offer brochures and sample downloads to everyone.
Our process is planed through any means available. For example taking part in the internationally known CES show in Las Vegas this winter (2011, January), creates a diverse pool of new contacts. For our European presence we are attending at the Road Safety Awards in Brussels February 1st, 2011. We are members of the European Road Safety Charter.
Our team involves John Tsinonis lead software developer. Peter Tsinonis product development, Joana Tsinonis and Dimitris Frossinis Research and Development
Young Safe Drivers was launched as a result of the growing concern of automobile fatalities December 2009. We have since compiled data and research on mobile phone use trends and statistics on distracted driving. June 2010 collaborated with proTexctor LLC located in the USA. September 2010 registered as a nonprofit company in Athens Greece. November 2010 became members of European Road Safety Charter the January 2011 took part in the international CES show. Planned Expansion to Australian Market by February 2011.