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Update on Driven to Protect’s Trial Deployment with Schneider

Driven to Protect Initiative

Published: May 18, 2022

In December 2021, Driven to Protect | Virginia announced a new trial deployment with international transportation and logistics provider Schneider. Now, Driven to Protect is pleased to share an update on the pilot fleet deployment.

Driven to Protect at the 2022 Virginia Highway Safety Summit

Driven to Protect Initative

Published: May 17, 2022

On May 4th and 5th, the Driven to Protect team attended the 2022 Virginia Highway Safety Summit, an annual gathering that brings together traffic safety professionals from across Virginia to learn about the latest traffic safety initiatives and achievements in helping Virginians stay safe on the road.

Driven to Protect at Technosphere

Driven to Protect Initative

Published: May 06, 2022

On April 30, the Driven to Protect team attended Technosphere, hosted by the Virginia chapter of the Technology Student Association in Hampton, Virginia. Attendees consisted of middle and high school students from across Virginia who were provided an opportunity to gain experience and insight to strengthen their STEM education.

Celebrating Youth Traffic Safety Month in Virginia

Driven to Protect Initiative

Published: May 02, 2022

This May, Driven to Protect is leading the way in promoting National Youth Traffic Safety Month in Virginia. From the engineers developing the Driver Alcohol Detection System for Safety (DADSS) technology in the lab, to the parents and educators teaching students about safe driving across Virginia – it takes all of us working together to make Virginia roads as safe as possible. And we believe that our joint efforts will lead to a world without drunk driving.

Driven to Protect at Shamrock the Block

Driven to Protect Initiative

Published: April 01, 2022

On March 22, the Driven to Protect team attended Shamrock the Block in Richmond, Virginia. The admission-free festival featured high attendance from Richmond-area college students, as well as local community members.