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FERSI published guidelines for assessing mobile phone use in road traffic

FERSI published a technical paper that sets out a scientifically valid method for assessing the prevalence of mobile phone use of car drivers, cyclists and pedestrians through on-road observations...

Serious road injuries in the Netherlands

16 Dec 2019
Tags: Road safety in numbers, Policy,verkeersslachtoffer
This fact sheet discusses the development of the number of serious road injuries (SRI) in the Netherlands. In the Netherlands a serious road injury is defined as an inpatient with at least a MAIS2... Read more

MeBeSafe project: increased road safety through nudging

Het project MeBeSafe (Measures for Behaving Safely in Traffic), begonnen op 1 mei 2017, loopt 3,5 jaar en is gefinancierd door de Europese Commissie (Horizon 2020). SWOV is een van de 15 partners in...

International Awards for SafetyCube & SaferAfrica  

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Tags: Road safety in numbers, Policy, International,
December 10th 2019 both EU-projects SafetyCube and SaferAfrica have been awarded with the Prince Michael International Road Safety Award: Prince Michael International Road Safety Awards recognise...... Read more

Analysis of Swedish and Dutch accident data on cyclist injuries in cyclist-car collisions

SWOV researcher Bos and Davidse coauthored the article 'Analysis of Swedish and Dutch accident data on cyclist injuries in cyclist-car collisions' in the magazine Traffic Injury Prevention.

LEVITATE Deliverables: The potential safety impacts of ADAS technologies

The predicted impacts of several ADAS are compared with the actual observed impacts, giving insight in prediction errors.

Motorcycle Safety in Africa

Fred Engineering, in association with SWOV, has been awarded a Worldbank contract for the project ‘Motorcycle Safety in Africa’.

The MEDIATOR project explained in animation

Watch the animation explaining what the MEDIATOR project is about. 

Analysing noisy driver physiology real-time using off-the-shelf sensors: Heart rate analysis software from the Taking the Fast Lane Project

SWOV researcher van Nes coauthored the article 'Analysing noisy driver physiology real-time using off-the-shelf sensors: Heart rate analysis software from the Taking the Fast Lane Project' in the...

HeartPy: A novel heart rate algorithm for the analysis of noisy signals

Tags: Risks, Human behaviour in traffic,
SWOV researcher Van Nes coauthored the article 'HeartPy: A novel heart rate algorithm for the analysis of noisy signals' in the magazine 'Transportation Research'.