Providing location-based health information using dynamic, aggregated and static urban data
Urban health reflects the outcomes of the physical and the social environment.
Urban health reflects the outcomes of the physical and the social environment that impact residents’ and communities’ well-being and quality of life. The goal of this project was to allow end-users to intuitively investigate dynamic variables of Urban Health in the city of Eindhoven. We created a system which could use this type of data from mobile sensors carried or placed on vehicles like busses or taxis to gather high spatial resolution data, enabling end-users to make more accurate decisions. A demo application has been tested and validated with a small group of users.
|Organisation||Eindhoven University of Technology, Built Environment|
|Contact||Sander de Meij|