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Research Findings

Fatigued Driving Findings

The fatigue driving stream began with a planning forum to identify potential areas for research. The forum was attended by industry, state and federal government representatives, emergency services, road safety experts and academics in Sydney on the 25th of November 2019.

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In Progress

  • Fatigued Driving Literature Review – due mid 2021
  • Evaluation, validation, and comparison of fatigued driving monitoring technologies:
    • Progress updates due December 2021, May 2022, December 2022
    • Final report due May 2023
  • Understanding and managing fatigue in the workplace:
    • Progress updates due October 2021, April 2022, December 2022, August 2023
    • Final report due February 2024

Distracted Driving Findings

The distracted driving stream began with two planning forums in March 2021 to identify potential areas for research. The forum was attended by industry, state and federal government representatives, emergency services, road safety experts and academics in Sydney on the 25th of November 2019.

In March 2021, the AAA held two stakeholder forums in Melbourne and Brisbane to discuss the issue of distracted driving and identify new research areas. The forums were attended by representatives from key industries (including energy and communications), state governments, police, academic institutions as well as several road safety experts.

View a full summary of the Distracted Driving Research Forum findings