Noldus' DriveLab solution is an integrated setup for measuring the behavior of someone using a driving simulator. DriveLab was originally created for human factors research and in this project it will be further developed with particular attention to the possibilities for research into the impact of diseases and ageing on driving ability.
Although the grant is just for Noldus, a number of other organizations are interested in the development and have signed letters of interest; three potential customers who will give feedback on the features developed (Sint Maartenskliniek, HAN university of applied sciences and MIT AgeLab, Boston) and the Würzburg Institute for Traffic Sciences, who are a development partner of Noldus.
DriveLab for Health is funded by the ACTTiVAte project.
ACTTiVAte has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement Nº 691473.