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  • PhD defence Can Yang

    On 16 december CAN YANG will defend his PhD work in the field of Geoinformatics, titled ‘Efficient Map Matching and Discovery of Frequent and Dominant Movement Patterns in GPS Trajectory Data’. The public defence can be attended via Zoom, starting 13.00. Due to the current situation, the event for the wider audience is online only.

  • Life-saving shoes

    Positioning technology developed at KTH will save lives and protect emergency responders in hazardous environments.

  • Mining Taxi Data to Predict Tomorrow’s Traffic

    KTH’s iMobilityLab is tracking GPS signals from hundreds of taxis on the streets of Stockholm, building advanced computer algorithms that can look for patterns in the data to create forecasts based on weather, time of day, construction delays and more. The researchers say their model could be used in smartphone apps and urban traffic planning anywhere.

  • Better traffic situation in Stockholm led to prize

    At KTH a project is now underway to improve traffic conditions in the Stockholm area. It is so popular among Swedes that yesterday it received the “Prize for a smarter planet”.

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