Have information technologies forgotten pedestrians?

To what extent can it/its improve Pedestrian’s mobility and safety

Hector Monterde-i-Bort, Socrates Basbas, Charlotta Johansson, Lars Leden, Per Gårder

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Abstract

Worldwide, pedestrians make up close to half of all motor-vehicle related fatalities but disproportionally little of the research in Information Technologies (IT) in general and Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) in particular has aimed at pedestrian safety improvements. This paper analyses and compiles three different ways so that IT and ITS can be used in order to improve mobility and safety of pedestrians in urban spaces: (a) for contacting and/or being localized, (b) for guidance (leading/navigating), (c) for alerting or informing of a danger. The aim is to categorize recent experiences where ITS can improve pedestrians’ mobility and safety so that new ideas based on ITS will be developed. These new ideas will better meet pedestrians’ functional quality needs today as well as in the future in a society with an aging population and aging infrastructure. This is very important for a society where people will not accept high fatality risks. The most important developments are described with links to websites in which one can gather more information. Target groups of this paper are professionals working in the field of traffic planning; practitioners, planners and researchers.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationData Analytics: Paving the Way to Sustainable Urban Mobility
Subtitle of host publicationProceedings of 4th Conference on Sustainable Urban Mobility CSUM2018
EditorsEftihia G. Nathanail, Ioannis D. Karakikes
Pages3-10
Number of pages8
ISBN (Electronic)978-3-030-02305-8
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Jan 2019
MoE publication typeA4 Article in a conference publication
Event4th Conference on Sustainable Urban Mobility, CSUM 2018 - Skiathos Island, Greece
Duration: 24 May 201825 May 2018

Publication series

NameAdvances in Intelligent Systems and Computing
Volume879
ISSN (Print)2194-5357

Conference

Conference4th Conference on Sustainable Urban Mobility, CSUM 2018
Abbreviated titleCSUM 2018
CountryGreece
CitySkiathos Island
Period24/05/1825/05/18

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Keywords

  • eSafety
  • Information technologies
  • Intelligent transportation systems
  • Pedestrians
  • Traffic safety

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Monterde-i-Bort, H., Basbas, S., Johansson, C., Leden, L., & Gårder, P. (2019). Have information technologies forgotten pedestrians? To what extent can it/its improve Pedestrian’s mobility and safety. In E. G. Nathanail, & I. D. Karakikes (Eds.), Data Analytics: Paving the Way to Sustainable Urban Mobility: Proceedings of 4th Conference on Sustainable Urban Mobility CSUM2018 (pp. 3-10). Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, Vol.. 879 https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-02305-8_1
Monterde-i-Bort, Hector ; Basbas, Socrates ; Johansson, Charlotta ; Leden, Lars ; Gårder, Per. / Have information technologies forgotten pedestrians? To what extent can it/its improve Pedestrian’s mobility and safety. Data Analytics: Paving the Way to Sustainable Urban Mobility: Proceedings of 4th Conference on Sustainable Urban Mobility CSUM2018. editor / Eftihia G. Nathanail ; Ioannis D. Karakikes. 2019. pp. 3-10 (Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, Vol. 879).
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Monterde-i-Bort, H, Basbas, S, Johansson, C, Leden, L & Gårder, P 2019, Have information technologies forgotten pedestrians? To what extent can it/its improve Pedestrian’s mobility and safety. in EG Nathanail & ID Karakikes (eds), Data Analytics: Paving the Way to Sustainable Urban Mobility: Proceedings of 4th Conference on Sustainable Urban Mobility CSUM2018. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, vol. 879, pp. 3-10, 4th Conference on Sustainable Urban Mobility, CSUM 2018, Skiathos Island, Greece, 24/05/18. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-02305-8_1

Have information technologies forgotten pedestrians? To what extent can it/its improve Pedestrian’s mobility and safety. / Monterde-i-Bort, Hector; Basbas, Socrates; Johansson, Charlotta; Leden, Lars; Gårder, Per.

Data Analytics: Paving the Way to Sustainable Urban Mobility: Proceedings of 4th Conference on Sustainable Urban Mobility CSUM2018. ed. / Eftihia G. Nathanail; Ioannis D. Karakikes. 2019. p. 3-10 (Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, Vol. 879).

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Monterde-i-Bort H, Basbas S, Johansson C, Leden L, Gårder P. Have information technologies forgotten pedestrians? To what extent can it/its improve Pedestrian’s mobility and safety. In Nathanail EG, Karakikes ID, editors, Data Analytics: Paving the Way to Sustainable Urban Mobility: Proceedings of 4th Conference on Sustainable Urban Mobility CSUM2018. 2019. p. 3-10. (Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, Vol. 879). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-02305-8_1