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Development of smart city platform as a tool for supporting more sustainable mobility behaviour

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The MOVE smart city platform integrates different data sources, and has been integrated in several projects in order to support mobility research about individual mobility behavior. The platform is applied in specific ‘living labs’ (e.g. concerning mobility budget, electric company bikes, …), as well as in public mobility campaigns (such as Biking Map Flanders, M-score, Routecoach). We consider the evolution from this technology, from a monitoring instrument towards an instrument for citizens participation and co-creation.
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mobility, gaming, crowdsourcing

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Lopez Aguirre, Angel Javier, Ivana Semanjski, Dominique Gillis, Johan De Mol, Rik Bellens, and Sidharta Gautama. 2015. “Development of Smart City Platform as a Tool for Supporting More Sustainable Mobility Behaviour.” In Serious Health Games and Apps Conference.
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Lopez Aguirre, A. J., Semanjski, I., Gillis, D., De Mol, J., Bellens, R., & Gautama, S. (2015). Development of smart city platform as a tool for supporting more sustainable mobility behaviour. Serious Health Games and Apps Conference. Presented at the Serious Health Games and Apps Conference 2015.
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Lopez Aguirre AJ, Semanjski I, Gillis D, De Mol J, Bellens R, Gautama S. Development of smart city platform as a tool for supporting more sustainable mobility behaviour. Serious Health Games and Apps Conference. 2015.
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Lopez Aguirre, Angel Javier, Ivana Semanjski, Dominique Gillis, et al. “Development of Smart City Platform as a Tool for Supporting More Sustainable Mobility Behaviour.” Serious Health Games and Apps Conference. 2015. Print.
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  abstract     = {The MOVE smart city platform integrates different data sources, and has been integrated in several projects in order to support mobility research about individual mobility behavior. The platform is applied in specific {\textquoteleft}living labs{\textquoteright} (e.g. concerning mobility budget, electric company bikes, {\textellipsis}), as well as in public mobility campaigns (such as Biking Map Flanders, M-score, Routecoach). We consider the evolution from this technology, from a monitoring instrument towards an instrument for citizens participation and co-creation.},
  author       = {Lopez Aguirre, Angel Javier and Semanjski, Ivana and Gillis, Dominique and De Mol, Johan and Bellens, Rik and Gautama, Sidharta},
  booktitle    = {Serious Health Games and Apps Conference},
  keyword      = {mobility,gaming,crowdsourcing},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Ghent, Belgium},
  title        = {Development of smart city platform as a tool for supporting more sustainable mobility behaviour},
  year         = {2015},
}