Category Archives: I-GEAR

I-GEAR explores methods to change driver behavour using incentives and serious gaming methods.

Driving Performance Studies

We are currently looking for participants to take part in a driving study at the Colmar test track here in Luxembourg. The study takes place in the evening and you are required to drive ┬áRenault Twizzy round the track while … Continue reading

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Gamification Papers

I’ve updated my publication list and have added some more papers on gamification, you can find a list of them below. The papers cover in-car systems, vehicular networks and also present a way of using gamification in the design and … Continue reading

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Paper- Driver Diaries: A Multimodal Mobility Behaviour Logging Methodology

By Martin Kracheel, Rod McCall and Vincent Koenig Abstract: The Driver Diaries are a mobility behaviour logging methodology, consisting of an online survey, a mobile application and focus group interviews. They are used to collect data about mobility behaviour, routines … Continue reading

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Driver Diaries IOS App Available Soon

Having successfully launched the Android version of the Driver Diaries Application earlier this year we are pleased to say that the IOS version is now nearly ready for release. Development has been advancing well recently and we will shortly submit … Continue reading

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New Publications Coming Out This Month

The following papers are scheduled to be presented at two different conferences later this month, I will make them available after the events are over on this blog. Assessing In-Vehicle Information Systems application in the car: a versatile tool and … Continue reading

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