June 2017 is the final month for EU Project UDRIVE – the first large-scale European Naturalistic Driving Study on cars, trucks and powered-two wheelers. The UDRIVE Experience on June 7th is an interactive event to let you experience hands-on what UDRIVE has to offer now that it will come to an end.
- What data is collected?
- What are the main results and what are their implications?
- What can you do with UDRIVE results?
- What questions can UDRIVE potentially answer?
- What do different stakeholders need?
This event entices you to dive in and find out how the UDRIVE data and results can be of use to you.
What to expect?
Morning: Interactive introduction to UDRIVE
What is there to know about UDRIVE? Let us show you, ask you and tell you!
Afternoon: UDRIVE Experience à la carte
Select the most relevant workshops and discover what UDRIVE has to offer. These rotating workshops will be tailored to the needs of different types of stakeholders, such as policy makers, industry and researchers.
Following the UDRIVE Experience, you are provided with an additional networking opportunity: the Dutch Pancake Experience. Not only will you be served unlimited Dutch pancakes while overlooking the sea, you also get the chance to further discuss al that is naturalistic with attendees of the UDRIVE Experience ánd researchers attending the 6th Naturalistic Driving Research Symposium (NDRS2017) that will be held June 8 & 9.
Can’t get enough of naturalistic driving research? You are most welcome to stick around for another two days to attend NDRS2017!
More information on registering can be found here.
UDRIVE is the first large-scale European Naturalistic Driving Study on cars, trucks and powered-two wheelers. The acronym stands for “European naturalistic Driving and Riding for Infrastructure & Vehicle safety and Environment”. The UDRIVE project builds further on the experience of the PROLOGUE feasibility study and various Field Operational Tests (FOTs), and aims to contribute to developing this in-depth knowledge by conducting the first large-scale European Naturalistic Driving (ND) study.
Over a period of two years, UDRIVE will collect naturalistic data on passenger cars, trucks, and powered two-wheelers. All data – including video data showing the forward view of the vehicle and a view of the driver, as well as geographic information system (GIS) data – will be collected continuously to bring knowledge in the various research areas well beyond the current state-of-the-art.