3rd International Conference on
Smart Data and Smart Cities
October 4–5, 2018 · Delft, Netherlands

General programme


Thursday 04

Slot 13

09:00 – 10:30


Opening + 3D

Slot 14

11:00 – 12:30


Keynote Speakers

Slot 15

13:30 – 15:00


Sustainable Mobility


Dashboards/WebGIS

Slot 16

15:30 – 17:00


Transport

Friday 05

Slot 17

09:00 – 10:30


ISPRS ,OGC join session

Slot 18

11:00 – 12:30


Citizen Engagement and Participation


Sensors

Slot 19

13:30 – 15:00


Urban Decision Making


3D

chair: Robert Laurini

Room: senaatzaal

DEFINING SEMANTIC LEVELS OF DETAIL FOR INDOOR MAPS

Jorge Chen

MODELLING BELOW- AND ABOVE-GROUND UTILITY NETWORK FEATURES WITH THE CITYGML UTILITY NETWORK ADE: EXPERIENCES FROM ROTTERDAM

Xander den Duijn, Giorgio Agugiaro and Sisi Zlatanova

LINKING 3D BUILDING MODELS, MAPS AND SENSOR DATA IN A WEB-BASED VISUALIZATION SYSTEM TO MONITOR ENERGY-RELATED DATA

Rosanny Sihombing and Volker Coors

Keynote

chair: Volker Coors

Room: senaatzaal

Antonio J. Jara

Sustainable Mobility

chair: Vassilios C. Moussas

Room: Commissiekamer 2

IDENTIFYING THE PEDESTRIAN MOVEMENT BEHAVIOUR USING THE OBJECT DETECTION METHODS AND LAND-USE AGGLOMERATION ANALYSIS

Somsiri Siewwuttanagul, Yukuo Hayashida and Takuro Inohae

INFERRING ROUTING PREFERENCES OF BICYCLISTS FROM SPARSE SETS OF TRAJECTORIES

Johannes Oehrlein, Alina Förster, David Schunck, Youness Dehbi, Ribana Roscher and Jan-Henrik Haunert

EXPLORING SIMILARITIES AND VARIATIONS OF HUMAN MOBILITY PATTERNS IN THE CITY OF LONDON

Patrizia Sulis and Ed Manley

AN ANALYSIS TO INVESTIGATE SPATIAL COGNITIVE FACTORS WHICH INFLUENCE CYCLING PATTERNS IN JOHANNESBURG

Thembani Moyo, Walter Musakwa and Baleseng T Mokoena

Dashboards/WebGIS

chair: Alias Rahman

Room: senaatzaal

CITY PROFILEUSING SMART DATA TO CREATE DIGITAL URBAN SPACE

Yaxue Ma, Gang Li, Hui Xie and Hudan Zhang

GEO-VISUALISATION AND VISUAL ANALYTICS FOR SMART CITIES: A SURVEY

Shubhi Harbola and Volker Coors

SMART CITY WEBGIS APPLICATIONS: PROOF OF WORK CONCEPT FOR HIGH-LEVEL QUALITY-OF-SERVICE ASSURANCE

Alexey Noskov

MOBILITY ATLAS BOOKLET: AN URBAN DASHBOARD DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION

Lorenzo Gabrielli, Maria Teresa Rossi, Salvatore Rinzivillo, Daniele Fadda and Fosca Giannotti

Transport

chair: Preston Rodrigues

Room: senaatzaal

ADAPTIVE TRAFFIC LIGHT CYCLE TIME CONTROLLER USING MICROCONTROLLERS AND CROWDSOURCE DATA OF GOOGLE APIS FOR DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

Sumit Mishra, Devanjan Bhattacharya, Ankit Gupta and Vaibhav Singh

SHORT TERM URBAN TRAFFIC FORECASTING USING DEEP LEARNING

Guido Albertengo and Waqar Hassan

THE CO.TR.I.S SYSTEM: TOWARDS A SMARTER COASTAL TRANSPORT NETWORK FOR SMART ISLANDS

Vassilios Moussas, Dimos Pantazis and Panagiotis Stratakis

A METHOD TO DEFINE THE SPATIAL STATIONS LOCATION IN A CARSHARING SYSTEM IN SÃO PAULO -BRAZIL

Mariana Lage, Claudia Machado, Fernando Berssaneti and José Alberto Quintanilha

Joint OGC session

chair: Bart De Lathouwer

Room: senaatzaal

THE USE OF OGC-STANDARDS IN A 3D PRODUCTION ENVIRONMENT

Rob van Welsenaere (avineon)

FROM SPACE GEODETICS TO APPLIED GEOMATICS

Esteban Aguilera (Sensar)

INTEROPERABLE VISUALIZATION OF 3D CITY MODELS USING OGC’S STANDARD 3D PORTRAYAL SERVICE

Ralf Gutbell, Volker Coors and Athanasios Koukofikis

IMPROVEMENTS IN AUTOMATED DERIVATION OF OWL ONTOLOGIES FROM GEOSPATIAL UML MODELS

Knut Jetlund

Citizen Engagement and Participation

chair: Claire Ellul

Room: Commissiekamer 2

A SMART VALLEY IN SOUTH CATALONIA? THE TECNO-SYMBOLIC RECONSTRUCTION OF TARRAGONA CITY

Josep Puigbo

COMPUTING FEEDBACK FOR CITIZENS’ PROPOSALS IN PARTICIPATIVE URBAN PLANNING

Jens Dambruch

HOT OR NOT – IDENTIFYING EMOTIONAL “HOT SPOTS” IN THE CITY

Lara Kohn, Habiburrahman Dastageeri, Thomas Bäumer, Susanne Moulin, Patrick Müller and Volker Coors

A DECISION SUPPORT TOOL ON DERELICT BUILDINGS FOR URBAN REGENERATION

Ivan Blecic, Arnaldo Cecchini, Loredana Tedeschi, Maurizio Minchilli and Giuseppe A. Trunfio

Sensors

chair: Mila Koeva

Room: senaatzaal

MULTI-AGENT LEARNING FRAMEWORK FOR ENVIRONMENT REDUNDANCY IDENTIFICATION FOR MOBILE SENSORS IN AN IOT CONTEXT

David Martínez, Eduardo Mojica-Nava, Kym Watson and Thomas Usländer

AN ULTRASONIC SENSOR FOR HUMAN PRESENCE DETECTION TO ASSIST RESCUE WORK IN LARGE BUILDINGS

Tom van Groeningen, Hans Driessen, Jakob Söhl and Robert Voûte

INTEGRATION AND VISUALIZATION OF HETEROGENEOUS SENSOR DATA AND GEOSPATIAL INFORMATION

Thunyathep Santhanavanich, Sven Schneider, Preston Rodrigues and Volker Coors

SCALE ARCHITECTURE TO QUERY AND VISUALIZE SUNNY PLACES BASED ON 3D CITY MODELS

Matthias Betz, Miriam Denzer and Matthias Welz

Urban Decision Making

chair: Robert Laurini

Room: senaatzaal

A NOVEL MODEL AND TOOL FOR ENERGY RENOVATION PLANNING IN FRENCH RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS AND DISTRICTS

Kahina Amokrane-Ferka and Amira Ben Hamida

CAPTURING THE SOUNDS OF AN URBAN GREENSPACE

Ewan Klein, Simon Chapple, Joachim Fainberg, Cat Magill, Martin Parker, Charles Raab and Jonathan Silvertown

DESIGNING PRECINCTS IN THE DENSIFYING CITY - THE ROLE OF PLANNING SUPPORT SYSTEMS

Ori Gudes, Stephen Glackin and Chris Pettit

INTERACTIVE SPATIAL WEB-APPLICATIONS AS NEW MEANS OF SUPPORT FOR URBAN DECISION-MAKING PROCESSES

Ernst Gebetsroither-Geringer, Romana Stollnberger and Jan Peters-Anders

Keynotes



Speaker: Antonio J. Jara (CEO), founder of HOP Ubiquitous S.L. (www.hopu.eu), vice-chair of the IEEE Communications Society Internet of Things Technical Committee, and adjoint scientifique in the University of Applied Sciences Western Switzerland. He did his PhD (Cum Laude) at the University of Murcia (UMU), Spain. These PhD results present a novel way to connect objects to Internet-enabled platforms in an easy, secure and scalable way. He also carried out a MBA and entrepreneurship formation in the ENAE business school and UCAM (2012). He received entrepreneurship awards from ENAE (sponsored by SabadellCAM financial services), emprendeGo (sponsored by Spanish government), IPSO Alliance Award (Sponsored by Google) for its disruptive innovation in the IoT, selected and mentored by the acceleration program FABULOUS (part of the FIWARE EU project). Antonio Jara as part of HOP Ubiquitous is focused on the Smart Cities market with solutions for citizens engagements, tourism, active participation, physical web and environmental monitoring (air quality sensors) in projects such as ENIAC SAFESENS, interoperability / pilots (SmartSDK, Synchronicity, Organicity, BeinCPPS) and also in several actions related to security/privacy (INPUT and FORTIKA). Antonio Jara has also participated in over 100 international events about Internet of Things as Speaker, over 100 international publications / papers (~2700 citations and impact factor h=28), he holds several patents in the IoT domain and finally he has advised in the IoT domain to companies such as Microsoft and Fujitsu.

Important dates


May 1, 2018
May 15, 2018
  • Full paper submission

June 15, 2018
  • Author notification

July 15, 2018
  • Final version of papers due

October 4–5, 2018
  • Conference