In several European countries, naturalistic driving data is collected of cars, lorries and powered twowheelers within the EU-project UDRIVE . This is being done for a period of two years. All data - including video data of the environment ahead of the vehicle, video data of the driver during the trip, and GIS data - are collected without interruption to increase the knowledge in different areas of research.
UDRIVE has two goals:
19 partners fom 11 European countries collaborate in UDRIVE and the project is being coordinated bij SWOV. The project follows the earlier EU-project PROLOGUE which investigated the use and attainability of a large-scale European naturalistic driving study.