MobiMelder is an intelligent, flexible reporting tool that’s perfect for both the public and private sectors to help drive efficiency. MobiMelder enables the collection of very specific data in a fast & easy way…’point, capture & report’. This means MobiMelder users are able to map & manage in a highly efficient way multiple problem points including infrastructure, road & traffic safety as examples. MobiMelder is also a highly effective participation & communication tool and its proven to help organisations increase interaction and involvement of multiple stakeholders.
FEATHERS is a highly advanced transport demand model that is able to predict trips for groups of individuals living in a certain area. However, in parallel to regular trips, FEATHERS is also able to predict individuals activities during the day in-between their regular trips. This means that for each trip and location, FEATHERS knows what activity individuals are involved in, at a particular place, at a particular moment in time and for how long. These activities, which enrich the trips during the day, open the door for the application of advanced transport demand scenarios where users of FEATHERS can achieve a multitude of answers to ever increasing transport demand related questions.
mDesk is an innovative information system for registering and processing reports and complaints of citizens and companies within a municipality. mDesk supports the intake, classification, routing, monitoring and supply of management information regarding complaints and other reports. mDesk registers all reports that are related to public areas, building management, recycling, public lighting, sewage management, street litter and waste processing, lost and found items, green areas, et cetera. You can then provide insight into the necessary management information by means of dashboards, diagrams and reports.
Route2school helps schools and cities to make a very good analysis of the traffic safety on routes to school and the travel behavior of students. In this process the involvement of students is very important. We give the students the opportunity to tell us where and which kind of mobility problems they experience when they go to school, but we also want to know which kind of solution they suggest. These data are very interesting, because students experience traffic in another way as adults do. All these data will be collected by a mobile or web application.
Sparrow is a mobile application (Android) that collects GPS information while the user is travelling. Intelligent algorithms have been developed to be able to identify the different destinations that are visited by the end user. By means of a fully automated process, these stops are identified and the user is only asked to label by which transport mode the destination was reached and the purpose of this trip (destination). The big advantage of Sparrow is that it gives researchers the ability to have more detailed information than conventional paper-and-pencil approaches.