The C95 Challenge project and the use of mobile technologies for training

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Nadia Catenazzi
Lorenzo Sommaruga
Kylene De Angelis
Giulio Gabbianelli


This paper describes the use of mobile interactive technologies for driver training within the C95 Challenge ERASMUS+ project.

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