EMERALDS Webinar: Extreme-scale Urban Mobility Data Analytics as a Service
Unlocking the Power of Urban Mobility Data
In today's fast-paced, hyper-connected world, data serves as the driving force behind intelligent decision-making in European cities. Imagine a scenario where sensors and smart devices are distributed across the city, continuously feeding data to the cloud. With innovative methods of urban transportation emerging, this equates to an abundance of data.
The EMERALDS project aims to develop an urban data-oriented Mobility Analytics as a Service (MAaaS) toolset. This will exploit the untapped potential of extreme urban mobility data and, as a result, contribute to improved decision-making in urban mobility. It will equip stakeholders with the necessary tools to address environmental and operational challenges.
With this inaugural webinar, EMERALDS seeks to raise awareness about the project's outputs and the services and tools it is going to implement.
The three use cases will demonstrate the real-world potential in three key locations: The Hague, Rotterdam, and Riga.
Interested in learning more? Watch the recorded webinar video below, stay tuned for the next ones, register for the second appointment, and prepare for a more data-driven, environmentally sustainable future.
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Who should have attended?
- Data Analysts wanting to gain valuable insights about the potential of urban mobility data.
- Policymakers and planners from city municipalities who want to know how urban mobility data can be used for their decision-making.
- 10:00 - General introduction of the EMERALDS project - Foivos Galatoulas (INLECOM), Project Coordinator
- 10:10 - The Toolset - Scope and Objectives - Yannis Theodoridis (University of Piraeus), EMERALDS Scientific & Technical Coordinator
- 10:20 - The three use cases to address the challenge: The Hague, Rotterdam and Riga - Sascha Hoogendoorn-Lanser (TU Delft) and Serge Hoogendoorn (TU Delft)
- 10:50 - 11:00 - Q&A & discussion