MOTIVATE: Modelling Normative Change in Active Travel
Agent-based modelling of city residents decisions on modes of commuting travel, focused on the norms of behaviour and how they may be influenced by policy to be more healthy.
Aims to allow local city government agencies to model and assess hypothetical interventions to encourage active travel.
Justified Assessments of Service Provider Reputation
Taking past circumstances of previous users of a service into account in personalising recommendations to new users.
Applied to city services, such as taxi hailing apps, and urban circumstances that affect them, such as business vs tourism, congestion, etc.
W3C PROV standard for provenance interoperability
A standard to document, in a computer-parseable manner, the way in which published data has been collected, aggregated, versioned, manipulated etc.
Allows city agencies that are making their data openly available to provide clarity on how data should be interpreted based on its origins, for use in applications analysing that data.
A platform to allow elderly people living at home to take their own nutrition-related readings, and have a remote nutritionist monitor their health.
Within a city, this platform aims to take the burden away from civic support for ensuring the elderly remain healthy through good nutrition and allow them more independence.
Autonomous Vehicles and City Policy
Integrate the development of autonomous vehicles into wider urban mobility/sustainable cities policy.
Design of experiments on connected units
Treatments used in clinical trials are usually assumed to affect only the patient they are applied to. In closed communities, there can be spill-over and the treatment allocation has to be adjusted to allow for this.
Urban Safety resilience evaluation against terrorist attacks in One Belt One Road (OBOR) countries
Counter terrorism strategies and information communication
Strengthen low-carbon training modules into government officials’ capability building National Development and Reform Bureau