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SWOV researcher Weijermars coauthored the paper 'An analysis of official road crash cost estimates in European countries' in Safety Sciense. The paper gives an overview of official monetary valuations of the prevention of road crashes, road fatalities and injuries in 31 European countries.

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How will autonomous vehicles improve safety, congestion and the environment? What are the key policy decisions to maximise the benefits and minimise negative outcomes? What are the mobility technologies that will give the greatest economic return?

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SWOV wishes you a safe 2019!

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On November 22nd, the 'PedBikePlanner' webtool is officially launched at the Polis Conference in Manchester. Based on the characteristics of a city, the webtool provides tailormade recommendations about how walking and cycling can be stimulated in that particular city without compromising safety.

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Henk Stipdonk wordt per 1 februari 2019 de nieuwe directeur van het Kennisinstituut voor Mobiliteitsbeleid (KiM). Hij volgt daar George Gelauff op, die vorige week afscheid nam.

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SWOV researcher Vlakveld published the article 'Higher-order cycling skills among 11- to 13-year-old cyclists and relationships with cycling experience, risky behavior, crashes and self-assessed skill' in the Journal of Safety Research

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SWOV researcher van Nes published the article 'Multi-Level Driver Workload Prediction using Machine Learning and Off-the-Shelf Sensors' in the Journal of the Transportation Research Board.

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SWOV researcher van Nes published the article 'A conceptual model for persuasive in-vehicle technology to influence tactical level driver behaviour' in the magazine Transportation Research.

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SWOV researchers Davidse and Doumen published the article 'The MMSE should not be the sole indicator of fitness to drive in mild Alzheimer’s dementia' in the magazine Acta Neurologica Belgica.

 

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The overall goal of the VIRTUAL project is to investigate the feasibility of virtual test procedures complementary to physical testing.

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