The Culture of Comfort and the Development of Sustainable Mobility Infrastructure

The paper, prepared by DriveGreen's researcher Tatiana Bajuk Senčar fort he Bulletin of the Slovene Ethnological Society, presents a short study on conceptions of comfort in light of the changes made to parking infrastructure and parking rates.


Eye tracking tools tested on 1, 2, 3 Ljubljana smartphone app

Eye tracking tool evaluation is based on the user experience study of the mobile application 1, 2, 3 Ljubljana. This article, published in Electrotechnical Bulletin (Elektrotehniški vestnik), present a design process and results of a user experience study of the Android mobile...


Determination of stress level while driving

In the article 'Smart Driving: Influence of Context and Behavioral Data on Driving Style’, published in Internet of Things, Smart Spaces, and Next Generation Networks and Systems (Conference Proceedings), we present an approach to determine stress level in a non-invasive way...


Prediction of aggressive driving style

The paper 'Estimation of the Driving Style Based on the Users’ Activity and Environment Influence’, published in Sensors journal, describes  an experiment which includes the evaluation of a self-assessment of the driving style, and a prediction of aggressive...


"Research on the Road" edited volume

How do people drive on roads and behave in traffic? How can we change driving habits and encourage more environmentally responsible modes of transportation? These are the two main questions to which the recently published book, edited by Dan Podjed and Simona Bezjak, tries to answer.


DriveGreen highlighted as a good practice in the field of mobility

The edition of Slovenian newspaper Delo, published on 21 October 2016, placed the DriveGreen project on the list of good practices in the field of mobility.


Yugo between shame and pride

In 2016 Dan Podjed published a scientific article in Dialogi journal on Yugo car, manufactured by Zastava company.


Report from the panel discussion in Ljubljana’s City Hall

On 13 September 2016 the Slovenian Press Agency (STA) published a report from the panel discussion on sustainable mobility, which included Dan Podjed, DriveGreen’s principal investigator.


Vehicles and stereotypes: A comparison between Ljubljana and Belgrade

Saša Babič and Dan Podjed prepared an article on the social meaning of vehicles for the Bulletin of Slovene Ethnological Society.


Connected and increasingly lonely

"Already during the development of technologies, we must bear in mind the community building, instead of supporting further individualisation," explained DriveGreen’s Principal Investigator Dan Podjed in an article, published...


Use of swearwords in traffic

Saša Babič presented use of swearwords in everyday life in an interview, entitled ‘Until our Sexual Life Remains a Taboo, It Will Be Used for Swearing’, published in the main Slovenian newspaper Delo.


If we make a change in our heads, we'll also make it on roads

Dan Podjed, DriveGreen’s Principal Investigator, presented functionalities of the new app ‘1 , 2 , 3 Ljubljana’ in an interview, published in the EOL magazine.


Promotion of health and well-being by ‘1, 2, 3 Ljubljana’ smartphone app

“Our faithful companions are also (or are especially) phones, which we carry with us almost everywhere we go and can be therefore an excellent tool for monitoring our lifestyle.” was explained by POP TV’s Fit 24ur, when they announced ‘1, 2, 3, Ljubljana' smartphone...


Even the steering wheel will be released from our hands

"It is necessary to carry out a major step towards sustainable mobility and movement, and this step can only be achieved so that people get out of the car, instead of teaching them how to drive better," explanied Dan Podjed, DriveGreen's Principal Investigator, in an interview...


The future of autonomous cars

Urška Henigman, journalist of Radio Slovenia, has prepared a radio show ‘Intelekta’ on autonomous cars. Guests of the broadcast were an anthropologist and head of the DriveGreen project Dr. Dan Podjed, urban planner Dr. Aljaž Plevnik, and electrical engineers Dr. Jaka...


KOSOVO 2.0 presents the forthcoming smartphone app as a ‘collective generator’

KOSOVO 2.0, an independent publishing platform, presents in details the DriveGreen project and highlights a potential impact of the forthcoming smarphone application on mobitily practices in Belgrade and other cities.


Sustainable mobility in Triglav National Park

DriveGreen’s researcher Tatiana Bajuk Senčar published an article in the academic journal Traditiones on the development of sustainable mobility within Triglav National Park.



Mother trucker, we’re stuck again!

Novi Tednik, the main newspaper of Celje, presented a professional career of DriveGreen’s principal investigator Dan Podjed.


Crossroads of anger published in Ethnologia Europaea

Dan Podjed and Saša Babič published an article, entitled 'Crossroads of Anger: Tensions and Conflicts in Traffic', in the special issue of Ethnologia Europaea on rage and anger.


Stereotypical image of anthropologists is outdated

“Anthropologists can think out of the box. In addition, they study in the field how people in different cultural environments use new technologies,” explained Dan Podjed, DriveGreen's principal investigator, in an article on anthropological career, published by Slovenian...


DriveGreen research findings presented on Serbian national TV

Dan Podjed gave an interview for Serbian television RTS, which appeared on 30 October 2015 in a broadcast for popularisation of science ‘Kontekst 21’ (‘Context 21’).



Smart mobility in smart cities

Paper ‘UL-FE, LMMFE/LTFE: Smart Media for Smart Cities’, co-authored by the DriveGreen team members Jože Guna and Matevž Pogačnik, was presented at the 18th international multiconference ‘Information Society – IS 2015’.


Assessment of stress level by smartphone

A scientific journal Personal and Ubiquitouos Computing published an article on stress recognition by smartphones. A co-author of the article is a DriveGreen project team member Matevž Pogačnik.


DriveGreen on Tromba web-portal

In an interview for the science promotion portal Tromba Dr. Jože Guna, a DriveGreen team member, presented the development of the mobile application for supporting eco-mobility and explained the world as we know it would actually stop without electrical engineering, since almost all devices...


The robots are coming!

Dr. Jože Guna, a DriveGreen team member, presented his view on human-technology interaction in our robotised future. The show was broadcasted on the Programme 1 of the Radio Slovenia.



Transformation of social values

In an article, published in the journal Delo (author: Suzana Kos), the head of DriveGreen project Dr. Dan Podjed presented the research into driving habits in Ljubljana.


"Three hundred hairy bears" in a car

The article, pubished in Finance newspaper, is prepared on a basis of micro-study, focused on anger in traffic, which was carried out in Ljubljana by Dr Dan Podjed and Dr Saša Babič.




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