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UDRIVE partners start collecting Naturalistic Driving Data

Publication date: 06 September 2015

UDRIVE is now collecting Naturalistic Driving data on trucks, cars and scooters across in England, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Poland and Spain.


The collected data includes Controller-Area Network (CAN) data, vehicle data, 7 camera views inside and outside the vehicle and a smart camera (MobilEye). The data will be used to gain new insights in driving behaviour in relation to key topics in road safety and environmental issues.


Analyses on crash causation factors, distraction, interaction with cyclists and pedestrians and ecodriving will be carried out. The overall objective of these analyses is to gain understanding of where, when and why drivers fail drive safely. Based on the new insights gained from these analyses, public authorities may be able to develop countermeasures in order to enhance road safety and ecodriving.


FIA Region I is a consortium member of UDRIVE.

Read more on the UDRIVE website

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