April 6, the first regional workshop for the EU project UDRIVE was held at SWOV in the Netherlands. Over 40 participants, including policy makers, industry partners and researchers, came together to learn more about Naturalistic Driving as a method and the UDRIVE project in particular. Lively discussions focused on what research questions and measures could be addressed using naturalistic driving data.
The Dutch regional workshop will be followed by five other regional workshops: France (April 12), Germany (April 25), Poland (April 26), United Kingdom (May 10) and Spain (May 26).
For the final results of the project, be sure to join us at the UDRIVE Experience on June 7 in the Netherlands (free of charge, limited availability).