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|description=WeCount aims to empower citizens to take a leading role in the production of data, evidence and knowledge around mobility in their own neighborhoods, and at street level. The project will follow participatory citizen science methods to co-create and use innovative low cost, automated, road traffic counting sensors (i.e. Telraam) and multi-stakeholder engagement mechanisms in 5 pilots in Madrid, Ljubljana, Dublin, Cardiff and Leuven. Following this approach, we will be able to quantify local road transport (cars, large vehicles, active travel modes and speed), produce scientific knowledge in the field of mobility and environmental pollution, and co-design informed solutions to tackle a variety of road transport challenges. Moreover, the project will provide cost-effective data for local authorities, at a far greater temporal and spatial scale than what would be possible in classic traffic counting campaigns, thereby opening up new opportunities for transportation policy making and research. In WeCount, we empower citizens to develop evidence-led interventions into the political discourse on civic and environmental issues. By putting citizens at the heart of the innovation process, the project seeks to overcome existing technological and societal silos so that citizens can champion a new perspective on road transport that take into account their own concerns in pursuit of better quality of life and more equitable, healthy futures.
 
|description=WeCount aims to empower citizens to take a leading role in the production of data, evidence and knowledge around mobility in their own neighborhoods, and at street level. The project will follow participatory citizen science methods to co-create and use innovative low cost, automated, road traffic counting sensors (i.e. Telraam) and multi-stakeholder engagement mechanisms in 5 pilots in Madrid, Ljubljana, Dublin, Cardiff and Leuven. Following this approach, we will be able to quantify local road transport (cars, large vehicles, active travel modes and speed), produce scientific knowledge in the field of mobility and environmental pollution, and co-design informed solutions to tackle a variety of road transport challenges. Moreover, the project will provide cost-effective data for local authorities, at a far greater temporal and spatial scale than what would be possible in classic traffic counting campaigns, thereby opening up new opportunities for transportation policy making and research. In WeCount, we empower citizens to develop evidence-led interventions into the political discourse on civic and environmental issues. By putting citizens at the heart of the innovation process, the project seeks to overcome existing technological and societal silos so that citizens can champion a new perspective on road transport that take into account their own concerns in pursuit of better quality of life and more equitable, healthy futures.
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WeCount (http://www.we-count.net/), will deploy large networks of 200-250 in 5 cities (Ljubljana, Cardiff, Dublin, Madrid, Leuven).
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For the purchase of a counting sensor (Telraam), you can order kit here: https://www.gotron.be/catalogsearch/result/?q=telraam
 
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Description en une ligne : Traffic monitoring with Raspberry Pi

Description : WeCount aims to empower citizens to take a leading role in the production of data, evidence and knowledge around mobility in their own neighborhoods, and at street level. The project will follow participatory citizen science methods to co-create and use innovative low cost, automated, road traffic counting sensors (i.e. Telraam) and multi-stakeholder engagement mechanisms in 5 pilots in Madrid, Ljubljana, Dublin, Cardiff and Leuven. Following this approach, we will be able to quantify local road transport (cars, large vehicles, active travel modes and speed), produce scientific knowledge in the field of mobility and environmental pollution, and co-design informed solutions to tackle a variety of road transport challenges. Moreover, the project will provide cost-effective data for local authorities, at a far greater temporal and spatial scale than what would be possible in classic traffic counting campaigns, thereby opening up new opportunities for transportation policy making and research. In WeCount, we empower citizens to develop evidence-led interventions into the political discourse on civic and environmental issues. By putting citizens at the heart of the innovation process, the project seeks to overcome existing technological and societal silos so that citizens can champion a new perspective on road transport that take into account their own concerns in pursuit of better quality of life and more equitable, healthy futures.

WeCount (http://www.we-count.net/), will deploy large networks of 200-250 in 5 cities (Ljubljana, Cardiff, Dublin, Madrid, Leuven).

For the purchase of a counting sensor (Telraam), you can order kit here: https://www.gotron.be/catalogsearch/result/?q=telraam

Image :

Traficrasp.jpg

Site internet : https://www.tmleuven.be/en/project/wecount

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Tags : trafic, raspberry

Catégories : Logiciel, Données, Matériel

Thème : Open HardWare, Données ouvertes, Collectivité

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Défi auquel répond la ressource : Accompagner une collectivité à ouvrir un maximum de ressources et construire un kit d'aide à l'innovation, Augmenter les connaissances partagées en cartographie et usages des véhicules et réseaux de transports

Personnes clés à solliciter :

Autre commun proche : Open Data Cam, DIY traffic sensor, Traffic count

Communauté d'intérêt : Communauté autour des données ouvertes, Communauté des Territoires et Collectivités

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Espace d'échange synchrone (de type chat) : https://chat.fabmob.io/channel/open-data

Espace d'échange synchrone (de type forum) : [1]

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Complément : https://www.raspberrypi.org/blog/citizen-science-traffic-monitoring-with-raspberry-pi/

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