The third QROWDLab is taking place in the city of Trento from 9 to 19 October as one of the smart city project activities organized by the municipality.
The laboratory is aimed at citizens who want to contribute to the collection of mobility data and involves the use of a special app, the i-Log, developed ad hoc by the University of Trento.
This alternative method for data collection regarding mobility is focused on the modal split i.e. how the movements of residents and commuters occur on the territory of the Municipality of Trento; and on getting a complete picture of bike racks in the city such as where the bike racks are , how many places there are in total, how many free ones.
The activities planned for those who participate are to answer questions related to their movements (such as origin, destination, means of transport used) while leaving the i-Log app turned on in the background.
In the case of the bike racks participants have to take photos of the racks and indicate their total capacity and availability at that time while leaving the app turned on in the background.
Technological gadgets are offered as awards to participants when they comply with certain conditions such as the degree of GPS accuracy, they answer the number of questions required, and take photos as required.
More information and detailed instructions, including how to apply: http://www.comune.trento.it/Aree-tematiche/Smart-city/News/QROWDLab-terza-sessione