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Business potential and market opportunities of intelligent LBSs for personal mobility – A European case study

JUSPN, volume-04 , Issue 1 (2012), PP 9 - 14

Published: 04 May 2012

DOI: http://doi.org/10.5383/JUSPN.04.01.002

by Cristina d’Alessandro , Pier Carlo Trucco from Fondazione FORMIT, via G. Gemelli Careri, 11, Roma 00147, Italy FORMIT Servizi, Via C. Conti Rossini, 26, Roma 00147, Italy

Abstract: The article presents a first hypothesis of business models for an intelligent LBS for personal mobility. Two business models have been developed insid read more...

Keywords: Personalized multimodal travel information system, user-friendly, open standard, data collection, Location-based info, augmented reality, adding points of interest.


A Multimodal Transport Network Model for Advanced Traveler Information System

JUSPN, volume-04 , Issue 1 (2012), PP 21 - 27

Published: 04 May 2012

DOI: http://doi.org/10.5383/JUSPN.04.01.004

by Jianwei Zhang, Theo Arentze, Harry Timmermans from Eindhoven University of Technology, Eindhoven, The Netherlands, 5612AK

Abstract: There is an application need for seamless multimodal advanced traveler information systems. Currently, no comprehensive network modeling approach exis read more...

Keywords: Multimodal transport, traveler information system, route planning, supernetwork


The protection of privacy in the i-Tour framework

JUSPN, volume-04 , Issue 1 (2012), PP 15 - 20

Published: 04 May 2012

DOI: http://doi.org/10.5383/JUSPN.04.01.003

by Scott Cadzow from Cadzow Communications Consulting Ltd, Sawbridgeworth, England, UK CM21

Abstract: In this paper we describe the privacy concerns, risks and protection mechanisms within the i-Tour project. The role of legislation for privacy in Euro read more...

Keywords: Security, Privacy, Regulation


Ambient Intelligence on Personal Mobility Assistants for Sustainable Travel Choices

JUSPN, volume-04 , Issue 1 (2012), PP 1 - 7

Published: 04 May 2012

DOI: http://doi.org/10.5383/JUSPN.04.01.001

by Daniele Magliocchettia, Martin Gielowb, Federico Devigilia, Giuseppe Contia, Raffaele De Amicisa from Fondazione Graphitech, Trento, Italy, 38123 Faculty of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering , Rostock, Germany, 18059

Abstract: An increasing amount of attention is being paid by local public administrations, national and federal governments as well as by international institut read more...

Keywords: Personal Mobility Assistant, Intelligent Transportation System, Mobile Computing, User-Friendly mobile HCI, Pattern Recognition, Android OS