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Defining Smart Mobility Service Levels via Text Mining

Jaehyun (Jason) So, Hyunju An, Changju Lee
2020 Sustainability  
This definition of smart mobility by stage will be beneficial for setting the targeted levels of smart mobility services in projects and for setting goals not only in the present context but also for the  ...  The concept of smart mobility depends on a country's or city's visions and surroundings, such as traffic issues and available transportation modes.  ...  In particular, these mobility platforms are planning to achieve payment integration for public and private transportation modes, allowing users to search for and book optimum route options and to pay for  ... 
doi:10.3390/su12219293 fatcat:65nj3anjtffilms7pvyl6lp7di

Convergence of Blockchain and IoT for Secure Transportation Systems in Smart Cities

Khizar Abbas, Lo'Ai A. Tawalbeh, Ahsan Rafiq, Ammar Muthanna, Ibrahim A. Elgendy, Ahmed A. Abd El-Latif
2021 Security and Communication Networks  
We propose a decentralized data management system for smart and secure transportation that uses blockchain and the Internet of Things in a sustainable smart city environment to solve the data vulnerability  ...  A smart transportation mobility system demands creating an interconnected transit system to ensure flexibility and efficiency.  ...  We have proposed using private blockchain to address data security and transparency issues in smart cities' transportation systems. e novelty of this work is to design a decentralized platform for combining  ... 
doi:10.1155/2021/5597679 doaj:246460e18a2d41eb857dc8608dd9945b fatcat:rtmsm3cxozflpjkwf27gftktrq

Information management in the smart city

Merlin Stone, Jonathan Knapper, Geraint Evans, Eleni Aravopoulou
2018 Bottom Line: Managing Library Finances  
is an appropriate vision, given the tendency in the private sector for competing information platforms to develop, giving value in different ways.  ...  information is managed on different platforms between which smart city stakeholders can choose.  ...  In an age when much platform innovation is Smart city information management model undertaken by the private sector, to the benefits of many private users, whether consumers or businesses (Wright et al  ... 
doi:10.1108/bl-07-2018-0033 fatcat:jz77og7l3zb75gtcpbyd63xrve

Cloud-Based Software Platform for Big Data Analytics in Smart Grids

Yogesh Simmhan, Saima Aman, Alok Kumbhare, Rongyang Liu, Sam Stevens, Qunzhi Zhou, Viktor Prasanna
2013 Computing in science & engineering (Print)  
Smart Grid information integration pipeline secure repository scalable machine-learning models demand forecasting portal KEYWORDS:  ...  manageable reliable co-location Cryptonite Data-driven forecasting models OpenPlanet MapReduce platform scale private Cloud infrastructure learn act Smart Grid portal Android mobile  ...  SCALABLE DEMAND FORECASTING www.w3.org/RDF www.w3.org/TR/rdf-sparql-query Day & Time Intervals (Hours) smart "Big Data" challenge multi-disciplinary Cloud-based software platform Los Angeles Smart  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcse.2013.39 fatcat:hmghi7utuvhlloikmfguryhc24

MobilitApp: Analysing mobility data of citizens in the metropolitan area of Barcelona [article]

Silvia Puglisi, Angel Torres Moreira, Gerard Marrugat Torregrosa, Monica Aguilar Igartua, Jordi Forné
2016 arXiv   pre-print
MobilitApp is a platform designed to provide smart mobility services in urban areas. It is designed to help citizens and transport authorities alike.  ...  Transport authorities and service providers will be able to access information about the mobility pattern of citizens to o er their best services, improve costs and planning.  ...  We are also grateful to Xavier Rosselló and Francesc Calvet from the Autoritat del Transport Metropolità de Barcelona for their valuable feedback during different stages of the project.  ... 
arXiv:1605.06536v1 fatcat:vi7po5psa5gkppf4uejyy7pqd4

Akıllı Ulaşımda İletişimin Geliştirilmesi için Blockchain Teknolojisinin Benimsenmesi

Büşra ÖZDENİZCİ KÖSE
2021 European Journal of Science and Technology  
In this context, a communication model is presented for smart transportation ecosystems that provides solutions to problems, and also ensures data integrity, non-repudiation and trust by utilizing Blockchain  ...  This study aims to explore the potential of Blockchain technology in smart transportation.  ...  availability improvements for real-time transaction handling, and lightweight consensus design solutions for high QoS and low network latency for advancement of Blockchain based smart transportation.  ... 
doi:10.31590/ejosat.823102 fatcat:hwj6d6hrbbg2lk47rfipm54zre

Development of the Cooperative Intelligent Transport System in Thailand: A Prospective Approach

Aroonrot Choosakun, Yaowapa Chaiittipornwong, Chunho Yeom
2021 Infrastructures  
Smart mobility is becoming an alternative technology of transportation development for today and the future.  ...  These findings represent both the threat and opportunity for traffic and transport improvement in Thailand through the C-ITS approach.  ...  The goal of the Master Plan is to enhance ITS as a tool for smart transport development in Thailand. The plan was defined for 10 years, from 2018-2028.  ... 
doi:10.3390/infrastructures6030036 fatcat:iis3thwixfcvvfpvsjbarrwdse

Effects of mobile application to the public transportation and future editing: Istanbul case [chapter]

I. Bektas
2016 Complex Systems  
In this paper, development of technologies has been evaluated and has been examined in the dimension of public transportation planning, and clues have been searched for question of how will be future by  ...  giving a place to IETTs' (Istanbul Electricity, Tunnel and Tramway, Istanbul Public Transportation Authority) studies in these fields.  ...  Public transport users use smart phones for a variety of social media, game or entertainment applications when they are on the move in public transportation vehicles.  ... 
doi:10.2495/978-1-78466-155-7/015 fatcat:kovmn444y5b4hn4kb3yb7c5jma

Conceptualising Smart City for the Development of Nigeria's Urban Transportation

Abdul-Rahman T. AJALA, Department of Transportation Planning and Managemen t Federal Polytechnic Ilaro, Ogun State
2018 Advances in Multidisciplinary & Scientific Research Journal Publication  
The paper recommends development of a national guideline for integrated transport development; establishment of a city structure that will coordinate and promote investment with innovative funding that  ...  This paper examines the concept as a development approach to city challenges and reviews one of its domain 'smart mobility' in the light of transportation challenges in Nigerian cities.  ...  This will be aimed at bringing the urban public transport on a single platform where each mode will complement each other and thereby promoting public transport over the private car use. ii.  ... 
doi:10.22624/aims/v4n2p7 fatcat:tgic7wp2dfh3dmlbg7vbrjb6b4

Platform Urbanism: Technocapitalist Production of Private and Public Spaces

Sybille Bauriedl, Anke Strüver
2020 Urban Planning  
This contribution critically scrutinizes the dominant narratives and materializations of standardised smart urbanism in Europe.  ...  Our objective is to bring digital and feminist geographies into dialogue, to stress the mutual construction of society and space by platform economies and to ask how gendered geographies in cities are  ...  Acknowledgments This text was produced with support from the Elisabeth-List-Fellowship-Programme for Gender Research of the  ... 
doi:10.17645/up.v5i4.3414 fatcat:mb23kejpnnesbowvapxq5mtnl4

Driving Smartization Through Intelligent Transport

2014 Chinese Business Review  
The multiple case study was chosen as the fittest methodological approach and it was conducted with the selection of three smart cities, one for each of the most cited platform models developed by industry  ...  Smart transport initiatives, hardware and software infrastructures, technological devices, and people participation to smartization were closely interrelated in smart cities projects and they could be  ...  system for public transport with the development of smart cards (OV-chipkaarts).  ... 
doi:10.17265/1537-1506/2014.04.004 fatcat:wrd324bhyza5tiiir7vvi7zcji

Mobility as a Service: A Critical Review of Definitions, Assessments of Schemes, and Key Challenges

Peraphan Jittrapirom, Valeria Caiati, Anna-Maria Feneri, Shima Ebrahimigharehbaghi, María J. Alonso González, Jishnu Narayan
2017 Urban Planning  
Mobility as a Service (MaaS) is a recent innovative transport concept, anticipated to induce significant changes in the current transport practices.  ...  We also examine the potential implications of the identified core characteristics of the service on the following three areas of transport practices: travel demand modelling, a supply-side analysis, and  ...  Vincent Marchau for the kind support, comments and suggestions. We also thank our anonymous reviewers for their valuable contributions.  ... 
doi:10.17645/up.v2i2.931 fatcat:teq4sgpxdvgofjtgydyhgzrgvq

Special Issue "Future Transportation of People and Goods"

Anselme Muzirafuti
2021 Zenodo  
With the continuously evolving technologies, transportation of people and goods is becoming smart and intelligent.  ...  New autonomous and electrical vehicles are being produced, and government and private sector actors are producing and installing sensors and platforms aiming at providing crucial information on the state  ...  uncharted and hard-toreach waters for marine transportation and sunk obsolete ships detection.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5482663 fatcat:idlmfentibbtdl22fjg5ki5ivq

Mobility-as-a-Service – global trends and implementation potential in urban areas in Poland

Jana Pieriegud, Jakub Zawieska
2018 Transport Economics and Logistics  
A special attention is paid to transport and logistics solutions as supported measures but also as barriers of implementation.  ...  They extensively involve stakeholders and facilitate open dialogue approach, create public-private partnerships and stimulate more sustainable behaviour through variety of financial incentives.  ...  sector for the smart city concept.  ... 
doi:10.26881/etil.2018.79.03 fatcat:4iayjwqnnfgvjipuounj6t5zd4

IT in Smart Cities Call for Papers

2015 IT Professional Magazine  
Internet and social network services, smart transportation systems, smart energy and water systems, and sensor networks in public facilities, private buildings, and outdoor environments are already transforming  ...  and application development, sensing, resource-efficient smart services, intelligent transportation, middleware and infrastructure for urban computing, and privacy and security issues.  ...  • Emerging/novel applications • Software and tools for smart cities • Smart systems architecture for smart cities • Cloud services for smart cities • Intelligent transportation, water, and energy systems  ... 
doi:10.1109/mitp.2015.74 fatcat:dl4cpuckzzetvl4lwhj7vsrppe
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