With Altaïr Mobilités, Artificial Intelligence can support local authorities
VEDECOM will present a technological innovation for analysing and viewing mobility in geographic areas, at the Salon des Maires et des Collectivités Locales (mayors and local authorities exhibition) in Paris.
The new Altaïr Mobilités decision-making tool analyses mobility needs in a given area. Local authorities can thus obtain thorough knowledge of the mobility situation in their region, make decisions and planning. Based on artificial intelligence technologies, it will be presented at the Salon des Maires et des Collectivités Locales (mayors and local authorities exhibition) from 20 to 22 November 2018, Parc des Expositions de la Porte de Versailles, hall 3, stand G77.
View all mobility flows
With data from car GPS systems, demographics and transport networks, data sources are increasingly varied and diverse. To exploit the synergies of this data, Altaïr Mobilités is developing a mathematical model to merge it all together. The aim is to obtain a single multi-source estimate to enable local authorities to identify the relations that exist between a given geographic area and the individuals in it. Using a viewing tool, local authorities can see all journeys made in their area during a typical 24-hour period on a map.
Results in 30-minute segments
The results are presented in 30-minute segments and histograms show the means of transport used (car vs public transport v motorised two-wheelers vs soft modes of transport), the socio-economic group and age of individuals. Altaïr Mobilités goes deeper than classical studies by taking into account unique factors, such as journeys related to leisure or shopping.
Supporting local authorities
VEDECOM 120 R&D team and 45 PhD students work on numerous subjects related to the future of mobility. Thanks to their expertise, VEDECOM is able to help authorities in identifying mobility major issues for their area, and in making decisions to find adapted services. VEDECOM also provides tools and learning modules, draws up specifications, pilotes experimentations with automated vehicles and services. The Institute is able to deliver applications and adapted new generation infrastructure.
Meet us from 20 to 22 November 2018, Parc des Expositions de la Porte de Versailles, hall 3, stand G77. Discover our technology with presentations every day at 10:30 AM and 3:30 PM.
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