Changes in the board in 2024

Agneta Wargsjö, Trafikverket, who has been involved in FFI since its inception, will hand over his seat on the board to Maria Krafft, Trafikverket at the end of the year.

– It has been extremely interesting and exciting to participate in the FFI collaboration. A lot has happened since the program started. Vehicle development has taken great strides in areas such as electrification and automation, while the view of the vehicle as part of a larger system has developed.

– FFI has contributed to a more sustainable transport system and the cooperation program is today characterized by both deep and broad knowledge as well as a large measure of curiosity. It is not without a certain sadness that I now leave the board, but I can promise that I will continue to follow FFI and the good results that are generated, says Agneta Wargsjö, outgoing board member.

Many thanks to Agneta Wargsjö for this time where you have contributed to FFI’s development with a solid commitment and your competence. The entire FFI team wishes you the best of luck in the future.

Maria Krafft, who joins the board, is target director for traffic safety at the Swedish Transport Administration. Maria has a docent in road safety and was previously head of Folksam’s environmental and road safety research department. Maria has also been a member of the sub-program Accelerera.

-In order to have a safer and more sustainable transport system, investing in vehicle development is one of the fastest ways to move forward. That’s why I look forward to being part of FFI’s board of directors and being involved and contributing to the development, says Maria Krafft, new board member.