WORKSHOP FINAL “SEMINA PROJECT”
Will be held in Bari on Tuesday, June 30th at 9:30 am, at the Chamber of Commerce (Green Room), the Final Workshop of the Project “SEMINA- Evolved Systems for urban mobility Intelligent Network Agile”, designed to meet the needs of the city of Bari relatively the mobile information and the management of urban mobility.
During the workshop will discuss the issue of mobility in the city of Bari and will present the solutions implemented within the Living Lab.
Among the results obtained, it will premiere the Urban Traffic Service of the level of traffic on the streets using the Bus of AMTAB as sensors in real time. These data enrich the portal open data mobility of the city of Bari, also developed under the project SEMINA, which provides information about the arrival of the bus at stops AMTAB.
These data are already used by 6 APP for smartphones, among which the APP InfoSmartCity, developed under the project and SOW awarded at SMAU.
Further results that will be presented is the dashboard analysis TPL service, developed to meet the needs expressed by AMTAB, which produces performance indicators useful to optimize travel times of city lines.
Finally it will be presented an innovative telemetry system for bicycles, made applications for the latest generation of bike sharing.
The Living Lab “SEMINA-” was produced by the companies Planetek Italy, MACNIL, Sitael and, with the support of the Polytechnic of Bari.
In addition to the intervention of the Project Partner, is expected to attend the Delegate to the Smart City of the City of Bari Marco Lacarra, the project leader of Living Labs InnovaPuglia Gaetano Grasso, Head of IT Services AMTAB, Arcangelo Scattaglia, the Head of Urban Mobility City of Bari, Claudio Laricchia. Finalize work the Mayor of Bari, Antonio Decaro.
Project SEMINA has been funded under the PO ERDF PUGLIA 2007-2013 – Bando “Support the growth and development of SMEs specialized in providing digital content and services – Apulian ICT Living Labs – Towards Puglia Digital 2020 ‘.