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FOT-Net Data Stakeholder Meeting on Open Data and Data Re-use in Horizon 2020, Brussels, 10 March 2015

FOT-Net Data Stakeholder Meeting on Open Data and Data Re-use in Horizon 2020, Brussels, 10 March 2015 ( 0 Files )

Nicole Van Nes, SWOV

The data protection concept in UDRIVE, the Naturalistic Driving Study
ERTICO - ITS Europe
10 March 2015

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Fourth International Symposium on Naturalistic Driving Research

Fourth International Symposium on Naturalistic Driving Research ( 0 Files )

The National Surface Transportation Safety Center for Excellence (NSTSCE) at Virginia Tech Transportation Institute (VTTI) hosted the 
Fourth International Symposium on Naturalistic Driving Research at The Inn at Virginia Tech and Skelton Conference Center
Blacksburg, Virginia
25-28 August 2014

The two-day international symposium (preceded and followed by full-day workshops on Monday, 8/25 and Thursday, 8/28) gathered experts in the field of naturalistic driving research to discuss a wide range of topics.

The symposium provided researchers and practitioners with an overview of international naturalistic driving studies (NDS) and insight into the next generation of NDS in addition to the opportunity to interact with panelists to discuss naturalistic driving in their respective countries. Workshop participants received hands-on experience with NDS data. 

The program included following themes:

  • The Promise of Naturatistic Driving Realized: Evidence From the Naturalistic Teenage Driving Study
  • Don't Look Now: NDS Distraction Methods and Findings
  • International NDS Progress and Lessons Learned
  • Using NDS to Improve the Health and Safety of Professional Drivers
  • Poster Session
  • Ongoing Novice Driving Studies
  • SHRP2 Student Paper Session
  • The Road Perspective: Infrastructure Applications
  • The Future: Innovative Techniques in Data Extraction and Analysis

Program and presentations can be downloaded here.

  

Guillaume Saint Pierre, French Institute of Science and Technology for Transport, Development and Networks

From FOTs to NDS, Recent development in UDRIVE

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L. Guyonvarch, LAB; M. Lutz, OCTO Technology; C. Chauvel, LAB; F. Josseaume, LAB; A. Guillaume, LAB - LAB - Laboratory of Accidentology, Biomechanics and driver behaviour 

Data Mining for driver behavior in normal driving

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Tibor Petzholdt, TU Chemnitz

Naturalistic Cycling Studies: What are They, and How Do They Relate to Naturalistic Driving Research?

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Andreas Landau, Dr Barbara Metz, Dr Volker Harbutt and Alexandra Neukum, Würzberg Institute for Traffic Sciences

Re-use of FOT Data to Assess the Frequency and Impact of Distracted Driving
26 August 2014

Researchers Andreas Landau, Dr Barbara Metz, Dr Volker Hargutt and Alexandra Neukum of the Würzburg Institute for Traffic Sciences, presented their work re-using data collected in a FOT to gain information on the frequency and impact of distracted driving in a natural environment. Video as well as objective data recorded directly from vehicle’s system were analysed. The most frequent secondary was using the hands-free telephone followed by video coded car related inputs. There were large differences between drivers regarding the frequency of distracted driving. Different methodological approaches were developed for analyzing the impact of secondary tasks. Compensating strategies of the drivers found in simulator studies could be replicated partly. The analyses show that valuable results can be obtained from re-using data collected in a NDS or FOT. You can download the full presentation.sentation here.

 

 

S. Espié, S. Aupetit, F. Delgehier, S. Bouaziz, Institut Français des Sciences Technologies des Transports, de l'Aménagement et des Réseaux

Why conducting In-Depth Naturalistic Riding Study... Examples from Rider Trainees and Novices in France
27 August 2014

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UDRIVE Consortium meeting 23 September 2014, Lyon

UDRIVE Consortium meeting 23 September 2014, Lyon ( 1 Files )

UDRIVE Consortium meeting, 23 September 2014

TARS Road Safety Research Activities in Europe New South Wales, 31 July 2014

TARS Road Safety Research Activities in Europe New South Wales, 31 July 2014 ( 2 Files )

Nicole Van Nes, SWOV

An Update on Road Safety Research Activities in Europe
University of New South Wales
Transport and Road Safety (TARS) Research, School of Aviation
Australasian College of Road Safety
31 July 2014

 

MUARC Annual Lecture Series Melbourne, 29 July 2014

MUARC Annual Lecture Series Melbourne, 29 July 2014 ( 2 Files )

Nicole Van Nes, SWOV

MUARC Annual Lecture Series 2014
Monash University Accident Research Centre
29 July 2014

SHRP2 9th Safety Research Symposium Washington, 10

SHRP2 9th Safety Research Symposium Washington, 10 ( 1 Files )

9th Safety Research Symposium 
Second Strategic Highway Research Program (SHPR 2)
Transportation Research Board
10 July 2014

TRA 2014

TRA 2014 ( 6 Files )

The first large-scale naturalistic driving study in Europe

UDRIVE invited session, 17 April 2014

UDRIVE workshop 12 March 2013, Brussels

UDRIVE workshop 12 March 2013, Brussels ( 17 Files )

What to expect from the European Naturalistic Driving Study?

UDRIVE stakeholders workshop12 March 2013

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UDRIVE Presentation by Nicole van Nes for DDI 2015 UDRIVE Presentation by Nicole van Nes for DDI 2015

UDRIVE presentation by Nicole Van Nes (SWOV) at the Driver Distraction and Inattention Conference 2015.

Analysis of distraction and inattention data in UDRIVE (PPT) Analysis of distraction and inattention data in UDRIVE (PPT)

UDRIVE presentation from Nicole Van Nes (SWOV) at the Driver Distraction and Inattention Conference 2015.