Mapping services and travel planner applications are experiencing a great success in supporting people while they plan a route or while they move across the city, playing a key role in the smart mobility scenario. Nevertheless, they are based on the same algorithms, on the same elements (in terms of time, distance, means of transports, etc.), providing a limited set of personalization. To fill this gap, we propose PUMA, a Personal Urban Mobility Assistant that aims to let the user add different factors of personalization, such as sustainability, street and personal safety, wellness and health, etc. In this paper we focus on the use of smart bikes (equipped with specific sensors) as means of transports and as a mean to collect data about the urban environment. We describe a cloud based architecture, personas and travel scenario to prove the feasibility of our approach.

Smart Mobility and Sensing: Case Studies Based on a Bike Information Gathering Architecture

Aguiari, Davide;Contoli, Chiara;Delnevo, Giovanni;Monti, Lorenzo
2018

Abstract

Mapping services and travel planner applications are experiencing a great success in supporting people while they plan a route or while they move across the city, playing a key role in the smart mobility scenario. Nevertheless, they are based on the same algorithms, on the same elements (in terms of time, distance, means of transports, etc.), providing a limited set of personalization. To fill this gap, we propose PUMA, a Personal Urban Mobility Assistant that aims to let the user add different factors of personalization, such as sustainability, street and personal safety, wellness and health, etc. In this paper we focus on the use of smart bikes (equipped with specific sensors) as means of transports and as a mean to collect data about the urban environment. We describe a cloud based architecture, personas and travel scenario to prove the feasibility of our approach.
Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social-Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering, LNICST
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Aguiari, Davide; Contoli, Chiara; Delnevo, Giovanni; Monti, Lorenzo*
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