Professor John Barbur (pictured), director of research at the Applied Vision Research Centre at City, said: "Together, the three research teams will identify/not only what are the optimum qualities of road lighting for pedestrians, but also why they are the optimum qualities.
What does AVRC stand for?
AVRC stands for Applied Vision Research Centre (UK)
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We have 13 other meanings of AVRC in our Acronym Attic
- Atwater Village Residents Association (Los Angeles, CA)
- Australian Video Retailers Association
- Automatic Visual Range Accessor
- Avionics Research and Development Activity
- Aviation Research & Development Command (US Army)
- Association des Victimes de la Route de Bretagne (French: Association of Road Traffic Victims of Britain)
- Administrators of Volunteer Resources BC (British Columbia, Canada)
- Advanced Vehicle Research Center
- AIDS Vaccine Research Committee (now AIDS Vaccine Working Group; US NIH)
- Antiviral Research Center (University of California San Diego; California)
- Australian Volleyball Referees Commission
- Automated Vendor Report Card
- Amman Valley Radio Control Club (UK)
- Antelope Valley Resource Conservation District (Lancaster, CA)
- Audio/Video Remote Control Profile (Bluetooth)
- Acute Viral Respiratory Diseases
- Asian Vegetable Research and Development Center
- Aviation Research, Development, and Engineering Center
- Armoured Vehicle Royal Engineers
- Assault Vehicle Royal Engineers (UK and Canada)
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Colour-blindness research sponsored by the UK's Civil Aviation Authority and the US FAA, and carried out by London City University's Applied Vision Research Centre, has established a more accurate assessment of colour deficiencies in pilot applicants' red-green and yellow-blue colour range.
CITY University's Applied Vision Research Centre in London has helped the UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAP) publish new research on the minimum colour vision requirements for professional flight crew.