Public report describing the launch of the app in each country, the recruitment process of the participants to the Data Collection process, including analysis of challenges and best practice, and the actual results of the campaign.
Report describing the results of the meeting of experts providing input on megatrends and VTT. These include insights on changing concept of VTT and preliminary identification of business opportunities and public policy implications.
Public Report describing MoTiV conceptual framework based on insight from forecast analysis, expert workshop and routeRANK dataset analysis.
Publication of the results of the case study on VTT in crowdsourced micro-tasks.
Public report describing the findings and implications of the Customer Satisfaction Survey assessing the satisfaction of MoTiV app users. It will cover usability, usefulness and other important issues affecting user acceptance and experience.
A set of online publications with guidelines, recommendations, best practices and business cases from the different work packages and demonstrations. They will include recommendations addressed to decision-makers, transport and mobility planners and stakeholders. The publications will address, among others, the impact of MoTiV findings on VTT in the context of Mobility as a Service (MaaS) and autonomous vehicles.
Public report with the findings of the investigation on the role of ICT-related and transport-related influence factors on Value of Travel Time.
Public report describing the MoTiV methodology, dataset, evaluation steps, findings and implications for the relevant actors.
Merchandising and dissemination materials to promote and support the national data collection campaigns. These materials will be mainly distributed during the local outreach events. Materials, where needed, will be translated in national languages.
Website providing at a glance an overview on the project, its activities and results. It will also include an internal area for project consortium partners supporting their information and collaboration needs. The website will be launched at the Kick-Off of the meeting and its final setup completed within M6 of the project.
Publication of an open version of the dataset used in the research project, for wider use of the scientific community, policy-makers and other relevant stakeholders. The dataset will be accessible via the project web-site and relevant Open Data repositories.
Author(s): Eva Malichová, Ghadir Pourhashem, Tatiana Kováčiková, Martin Hudák
Published in: Sustainability, Issue 12/10, 2020, Page(s) 4118, ISSN 2071-1050
Author(s): Ludovico Boratto, Matteo Manca, Giuseppe Lugano, Marián Gogola
Published in: Computing, Issue 102/5, 2020, Page(s) 1245-1258, ISSN 0010-485X
Author(s): Silvia Basile, Cristian Consonni, Matteo Manca, Ludovico Boratto
Published in: Proceedings of the 31st ACM Conference on Hypertext and Social Media, 2020, Page(s) 141-150
Author(s): M. Hudák, M. Gogola
Published in: 2019
Author(s): G. Lugano, Y. Cornet, A. Karadimce
Published in: 2018
Author(s): M. Gogola, M. Hudák
Published in: 2018
Author(s): Tatiana Kováčiková, Giuseppe Lugano, Ghadir Pourhashem
Published in: Reliability and Statistics in Transportation and Communication, Issue 36, 2018, Page(s) 35-43
Author(s): Giuseppe Lugano, Zuzana Kurillova, Martin Hudák, Ghadir Pourhashem
Published in: Data Analytics: Paving the Way to Sustainable Urban Mobility - Proceedings of 4th Conference on Sustainable Urban Mobility (CSUM2018), 24 - 25 May, Skiathos Island, Greece, Issue 879, 2019, Page(s) 714-721
Author(s): Consonni, Cristian; Basile, Silvia; Manca, Matteo; Boratto, Ludico; Pourhashem, Ghadir; Kovacikova, Tatiana; Freitas, André; Cornet, Yannick
Published in: Zenodo