Big data innovations on transport

LeMo møte-deltagere, september 2019

The fifth general meeting of the EU project "Leveraging Big Data for Managing Transport Operations" (LeMO) was held in Sogndal on September 5th and 6th, organized by Western Norway Research Institute.

The participants came from several countries and researches future use of big data to predict problems and analyze issues in transport. 

- The entire team presented impressive progress, we have reached important milestones. The partners discussed and compiled the next communication and dissemination activities and events for our project, says project coordinator professor Rajendra Akerkar.

Project LeMO received EUR 1.4 million in 2017 and is a EU Horizon 2020 project. At launch, Akerkar emphasized the practical benefits one expects to get from this research.
- The vast amount of relevant data that can be used to foresee when there is the greatest need for public transport or how cyclists will behave on new cycle paths. Real-time information can also tell us which roads are closed due to inclement weather, or when there are available parking spaces, says the professor.

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