Driving habits study to save lives

The Australian Naturalistic Driving Study aims to gain a better understanding of how drivers behave, to make our roads safer and smarter.

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The Australian Naturalistic Driving Study (ANDS) aims to understand what people do when driving their cars in everyday and safety-critical situations. Results will be used to develop new road safety programs, policies and products that are expected to save many lives and prevent many serious injuries.  

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Interested in Road Safety? Passionate about leading technologies? This pioneering research needs your help!

Click 'participate now' to answer a few questions online to determine if you are eligible to participate in the study (takes 5 – 10 minutes).

Note: answering these questions neither obligates nor guarantees your participation.
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Our world-leading Data Acquisition System (DAS) collects driving data using numerous sensors and video cameras while the vehicle is running. We use video cameras, accelerometers, gyroscopes, and much more!

Click the link below to find out more about the study equipment.

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Want to learn more about this world-leading study? Study resources are available here, including information for participants.

Click below to learn more about the study.

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Do you have a question regarding the study? We are always happy to help.

Feel free to head over to our FAQ page or contact us through the webform here.

General Enquiries

Australian Naturalistic Driving Study (ANDS)

(02) 9598 7845

NSW - Transport and Road Safety
(TARS) Research
School of Aviation
UNSW Australia
Kensington, NSW 2052
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VIC - Monash University Accident Research Centre (MUARC)
Monash University
Clayton Campus
Clayton, VIC, 3800
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