Smart mobility and ecological urban routing aims at addressing the problem of inefficient transport and poor air quality that many European cities face nowadays. This use case will offer the ecologically most preferable routes for motorists, bicyclists and pedestrians based of the available traffic and environmental data acquired through various platforms. For air quality monitoring, in-situ environmental monitoring stations can be combined with wearable sensors and mobile devices (mobile crowd sensing approach) to provide enriched environmental measurements which are dense both in space and time. At the same time, traffic information related to road traffic congestion and occupancy of parking spaces offered by fixed sensors also offers the input data for ecologically preferable route calculation. The use case will showcase platform interoperability within the application domain with a potential for business models for bartering and trading of resources which also require IoT platform federations.
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