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Qrowd overview-solothurn-2018


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Overview of the QROWD project presented to representatives of several Swiss municipalities.

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Qrowd overview-solothurn-2018

  1. 1. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme Making transport smarter, leveraging the human factor Elena Simperl University of Southampton Solothurn, March 2018 Innovative mobility solutions for smart cities
  2. 2. 3 out of 4 Europeans live in urban areas Traffic congestion costs us €100 B yearly Road transport is responsible for 40% of CO2 emissions In the EU, transport accounts for 4% of GDP and 9M jobs Transport matters
  3. 3. The joy of parking
  4. 4. The road home
  5. 5. Transport is changing Sharing economy New means of transportation Digital infrastructure
  6. 6. Challenges Access to useful data Purposeful analytics Citizen engagement Responsible innovation
  7. 7. From raw sensors to meaningful data
  8. 8. Using online crowdsourcing in urban auditing
  9. 9. Humans in the loop to train and test AI
  10. 10. Incentivising service and policy co- creation
  11. 11. From permission-less innovation to personal data empowerment
  12. 12. The tech Standards compliant , GDPR by design Interoperable and open (no vendor lock-in) User-centric AI Extendable and scalable to adapt to new urban contexts Cost efficient
  13. 13. The smart city of Trento Traffic and mapping services Human in the loop services Q & A
  14. 14. @QrowdProject