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Collaborative Sensing for Urban Transportation

Abstract : In this paper, we overview the current status of research in the field of collaborative sensing for urban transportation. We first classify the different types of sensors that can be relevant in collaborative urban sensing and then we analyze three different topics: parking spaces, traffic, and trajectories. We discuss issues regarding the sensing and data sharing approaches as well as relevant use cases. Finally, we identify some research challenges and trends.
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Sergio Ilarri, Ouri Wolfson, Thierry Delot. Collaborative Sensing for Urban Transportation. Bulletin of the Technical Committee on Data Engineering, IEEE Computer Society, 2014, 37 (4), pp.3-14. ⟨hal-03576872⟩

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