Examining older drivers’ risk - a telematics review of risk behaviours linked to fitness to drive testing and mild cognitive impairment
This presentation will detail a large-scale project focused upon older driver risk assessment (Fitness to drive). The work detailed is a collaborative project involving The Floow, Driving Mobility, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals, the University of Sheffield and Devices for Dignity.
The project is monitoring older drivers using telematics, cognitive testing and fitness to drive testing. The presentation will detail the project, its findings and what this may mean for future older driver safety and assessment approaches.
Sam Chapman, Chief Innovation Officer, Co-Founder and Director, The Floow
Sam Chapman co-founded The Floow Limited, a global telematics company with a singular mission to make mobility safer and smart for all. Sam's focus is upon driving The Floow to develop cutting edge capabilities and new services to better understand risk.
Sam is involved in leading national and international R&D projects and has published more than 38 papers in international conferences, books and journals. His publications and expertise cover a broad range of areas including traffic management, vehicular pollution and telematics.
Sam has won a range of awards related to understanding risk including the Queens Award for Enterprise in Innovation and Prince Michael International Award for Road Safety.