Talks and Poster Presentations (with Proceedings-Entry):

M. Berger, L. Dörrzapf:
"Sensing comfort in bicycling in addition to travel data";
Poster: 11th International Conference on Transportation survey methods, Esterel, Québec; 09-24-2017 - 09-29-2017; in: "Transportation Research Procedia", Elsevier Ldt., 32 (2017), ISSN: 2352-1465; 524 - 534.

English abstract:
Bicycling is a key component of sustainable mobility. This paper gives an insight into the importance of bicycle-friendliness, also known as "bikeability" and its qualitative components like perception and emotions of the riders. The research applies a multi-methodical framework on bicycling aiming to identify stressful events on a bicycle ride. The goal was to test new bio-physiological sensors (like EDA device, eye tracker etc.) to develop a methodology on how sensor technologies can be integrated in the data collection processes and to discuss their practicability. The experiences in this field can help to foster a long-term integration of sensor technology into travel survey methodologies and further into transportation planning.

bikeability, comfort, sensing, bio-physiological data

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