Last week the kick-off of the DROIDS project (Digital Road Operator Information and Data Strategy) took place, which is funded by the CEDR (Conference of European Directors of Road) as part of the Data Call 2022. Prof. Schulz is part of the DROIDS Advisory Board and provides feedback on the work and results of the stakeholders. The DROIDS Advisory Board takes into account the requests and views of CEDR members, i.e. the national road authorities. It is important that the data strategy for digital national road authorities also considers the views of the other stakeholders in the ecosystem as it is a multi-stakeholder ecosystem for mobility-related data.