Participants will be provided with an overview of the current opportunities offered by open data as useful tool for transport planning and relating decision-making processes.
Following an introduction on a range of issues concerning data gathered through open sources and the purpose of their applications, a review of key advantages offered by revealed preference data available on the market (including big data collected from floating cars and similar tracking devices) will be introduced. The webinar will end with a discussion of possible real-world living conditions applications, targeting different modes of transport, to support transport planning and design.
The webinar is organised by Venice International University (VIU) conducted by Mr.Gennaro Ceccarelli.
Mr. Ceccarelli is a transport engineer with several years’ international experience in land development planning, sustainable transport planning, traffic engineering as well as design and evaluation of smart mobility solutions. His project-based experience includes thorough feasibility studies for strategic transport investments; functional design of ITS; impact assessments and socio-economic evaluations; evidence-based transport policy recommendations; and the design of novel business models for shared mobility, connected vehicle applications and MaaS-type systems.
To attend the webinar please register here.