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A group of engineering students at Aarhus University will provide the driving school sector with a digital boost. Using a tested web application, they can transfer all administrative work to simple online functions and make it virtually impossible to cheat with training modules and the taxation authorities. (Photo: Colourbox)
Kasper Nissen runs a company called Drivelogger at the same time as studying for an MSc in Computer Technology. What started as an experiment in connection with a study project is now a start-up with promising commercial potential on several European markets. (Photo: Kasper Nissen)

2015.07.01 | AU Engineering, Students

Engineering students can stop driving instructors from cheating

A new software system can ensure the quality of driving lessons in Denmark. Engineering students at Aarhus University are responsible for a finished and tested product that can put an end to document fraud in the branch.