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AI is the big theme this year

All the 1-day seminars this year will have an AI theme reflecting the importance of this rapidly evolving technology. The first is on April 25th and looks at frameworks for AI, subsequent seminars look at building systems with AI and operating them.

175 attendees at SSS24

We had a fantastic SSS'24 with record attendance. The talks were excellent, and the Safe AI panel generated a lot of interest. Over the next couple of weeks we'll be posting photos and videos from the event.

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Last room for SSS24 (Jan 24)

Only 1 room left in the SSS24 symposium hotel for the Tuesday night!
Please book on quickly if you want it!

(Jan 24)
Safety Systems Do Work (Jan 24)

The Japan air crash in which 5 people died is obviously a tragedy for those affected, but it is also a success in that all the passengers and crew of the Airbus A350 (379 in total) all escaped, This is astonishing as there was little time to exit and some of the systems and escape routes were unusable. However it just shows what trained crews can do, and also passengers when they comply with instructions. We await the first official reports with interest.

Happy Holidays! (Dec 23)

We hope you have a really good break over the festive season. This year seems to have been busier than ever with new challenges so some rest and relaxation is definitely needed! However the SCSC remains open over the holiday period and the web site is able to take bookings as normal. 

Early Bird Bookings for SSS 24 (Nov 23)

Early bird bookings for SSS'24 are now open. Book before 15th December for a £100 discount! Full details at