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Dive right into the 31 public deliverables of the i-DREAMS project by following up on this interesting interview series. This time, Christos Katrakazas from project partner National Technical University of Athens gives us an insight in deliverable 2.2. Deliverable 2.2 aims at reviewing vehicle technologies and applications for safety interventions associated with risk prevention and mitigation. This report provides technologies for safety interventions a...
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Dive right into the 31 public deliverables of the i-DREAMS project by following up on this interesting interview series. This time, author Rachel Talbot from project partner Loughborough University sheds her light on deliverable 3.1. Deliverable 3.1 contains a framework for operational design of experimental work in i-DREAMS. Learn all about it by reading this interview. Read the deliverable 3.1 interview
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Deliverable 3.2 – interview

Intermediate progress output is reported via 31 public deliverables that will be made available here, on the i-DREAMS website.  We had an interesting talk with Rachel Talbot from project partner Loughborough University, author of Deliverable 3.1. This report describes the underpinning framework that relates to driver and context monitoring in the i-DREAMS platform on which the practical development, testing and validation will be built upon. "It is unlikely that a 'one size ...
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Third i-DREAMS newsletter online!

Catch up on everything there is to know about the H2020 i-DREAMS project via this online newsletter. This third issue includes a throwback to the successful mid-term review that took place in November 2020, an important milestone for the project. We also share the highlights and the main accomplishments of the project during the first 18 months. Lots of exciting things to read up on during the holidays. So don’t hesitate and dive right into this newsletter! Read the third issue ...
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Brand new interview series

Dive right into the 31 public deliverables of the i-DREAMS project by following up on this brand new interview series. Our researchers shed their light on the relevance and added value of a specific deliverable. Deliverable 2.1 reviewed and assessed state-of-the art approaches and methods to monitor the driver’s mental state and contextual factors of the driving environment that impact task demand. In addition, a selection of driver trait factors (including measur...
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Deliverable 2.1 – interview

Intermediate progress output is reported via 31 public deliverables that will be made available here, on the i-DREAMS website.  Deliverable 2.1 reviewed and assessed state-of-the art approaches and methods to monitor the driver’s mental state and contextual factors of the driving environment that impact task demand. In addition, a selection of driver trait factors (including measurement methods) were summarized and driver behaviour indicators were reviewed. Learn all about deliv...
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First Policy Brief on Safety Tolerance Zone

Our first Policy Brief outlines key messages for decision makers, NGO advocates and journalists, synthesizing major lessons learnt from Deliverable 3.1 Framework for operational design of experimental work in i-DREAMS, authored by Project Partner Loughborough University. The Policy Brief, written by POLIS, highlights how the original concept of the i-DREAMS ‘Safety Tolerance Zone’ gives a fitting answer to how road safety technology should be redefined and pursued to ...
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Meet our User Advisory Board!

The impact of the project is maximised through the User Advisory Board (UAB), which is established right at the start of the project. This UAB acts as a counselling body throughout the project’s lifetime. The UAB consists of core stakeholders comprising public authorities, companies, and key international organizations representing road users, associations, fleet operators, vehicle manufacturers and insurance companies. The role of the UAB is to support the consortium in ensuring the research c...
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Instrumented i-DREAMS car

Don't just say 'car' to this instrumented vehicle by CardioID! This vehicle holds an impressive collection of innovative monitoring technologies to be used in the i-DREAMS project. During the i-DREAMS General Assembly meeting in March, in Ericeira, Portugal, the consortium was given the opportunity to get acquainted and go for a short drive on CardioID’s instrumented i-DREAMS car, equipped with a suite of monitoring technologies to be used in the project: CardioWheel - an Advanced Driver...
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