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CESVI Brasil is a leading automotive research and experimentation center in Brasil, focused on providing insight, safety guidelines and transparency, including training for vehicle repair facilities and their technicians, insurers, original equipment manufacturers, and governmental entities.
Solera Technology Centre GmbH, a joint venture between Solera Holdings, Inc and MAPFRE SA, has signed a definitive agreement to acquire CESVI (Center for Experimentation and Road Safety) Brasil.
Specialized literature on the topic is focused on solving simulation problems to calculate deformations and speeds of deformation, [8] for example, by studying the amount of energy absorbed and deformation during an impact through image analysis [9] and studies that propose the implementation of passive safety systems onto vehicular driving justifying it through vehicle collision statistics [10]; hence, this specific item of implementing the device is innovative regarding its purpose and which to date has only been implemented at CESVI.
Although other international organizations such as Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA), Cooperazione e Sviluppo (CESVI), and Save the Children provide humanitarian and development assistance to North Korea, since 2007 their activities have decreased.
The Sitivesp conference on aftermarket painting included support from companies including AkzoNobel, BASF, Brasilux, Briltintas, CESVI Brasil, DuPont, Maxi Rubber, Mecanica Web, Milflex General Tintas e Vernizes, PPG and Sherwin-Williams' Lazzuril division.
Within the framework of the EU-funded project Handicraft and Business through Regional Integration and Fair Trade Market, the International NGO Cesvi will organize a 10-day European Study Tour for a Central Asian delegation composed of Tajik and Kyrgyz stakeholders, the EU Delegation to Tajikistan reported on April 17.
In the framework of this reallocation of funds, emphasis will be put on the health and teaching sectors for the amount of Euro 2.13 million to be channelled to the following partners on the ground in Turkey: ADRA, (Germany), CESVI (Italy), Danish People's Aid (Denmark) and European Perspectives (Greece).
The round table was opened by the speeches of Gulru Qayumova, Deputy Minister of Economic Development and Trade of Tajikistan, Zulfia Davlatbekova, Program Manager of the European Union Delegation in Tajikistan, Abdurakhmon Nazirmatov, chairman of the Union of Craftsmen of Tajikistan and Marco Alfieri, Project Manager of the Italian NGO Cesvi.