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A novel software architecture for the provision of context-aware semantic transport information.

Moreno A, Perallos A, López-de-Ipiña D, Onieva E, Salaberria I, Masegosa AD - Sensors (Basel) (2015)

Bottom Line: The effectiveness of Intelligent Transportation Systems depends largely on the ability to integrate information from diverse sources and the suitability of this information for the specific user.The adequacy of the information generated in regard to the specific user's context is also addressed.Finally, a working solution of a semantic trip planner using actual transport data and running on the proposed architecture is presented, as a demonstration and validation of the system.

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Affiliation: Deusto Institute of Technology (DeustoTech), University of Deusto, Bilbao 48007, Spain. ad.masegosa@deusto.es.

ABSTRACT
The effectiveness of Intelligent Transportation Systems depends largely on the ability to integrate information from diverse sources and the suitability of this information for the specific user. This paper describes a new approach for the management and exchange of this information, related to multimodal transportation. A novel software architecture is presented, with particular emphasis on the design of the data model and the enablement of services for information retrieval, thereby obtaining a semantic model for the representation of transport information. The publication of transport data as semantic information is established through the development of a Multimodal Transport Ontology (MTO) and the design of a distributed architecture allowing dynamic integration of transport data. The advantages afforded by the proposed system due to the use of Linked Open Data and a distributed architecture are stated, comparing it with other existing solutions. The adequacy of the information generated in regard to the specific user's context is also addressed. Finally, a working solution of a semantic trip planner using actual transport data and running on the proposed architecture is presented, as a demonstration and validation of the system.

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OpenTripPlanner map-based web interface.
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sensors-15-12299-f011: OpenTripPlanner map-based web interface.

Mentions: OTP follows a client-server model, providing several map-based web interfaces (Figure 11) as well as a REST API to be used by third-party applications. It relies on open data standards including GTFS for transit and OpenStreetMap (OSM) for street networks.


A novel software architecture for the provision of context-aware semantic transport information.

Moreno A, Perallos A, López-de-Ipiña D, Onieva E, Salaberria I, Masegosa AD - Sensors (Basel) (2015)

OpenTripPlanner map-based web interface.
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sensors-15-12299-f011: OpenTripPlanner map-based web interface.
Mentions: OTP follows a client-server model, providing several map-based web interfaces (Figure 11) as well as a REST API to be used by third-party applications. It relies on open data standards including GTFS for transit and OpenStreetMap (OSM) for street networks.

Bottom Line: The effectiveness of Intelligent Transportation Systems depends largely on the ability to integrate information from diverse sources and the suitability of this information for the specific user.The adequacy of the information generated in regard to the specific user's context is also addressed.Finally, a working solution of a semantic trip planner using actual transport data and running on the proposed architecture is presented, as a demonstration and validation of the system.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Deusto Institute of Technology (DeustoTech), University of Deusto, Bilbao 48007, Spain. ad.masegosa@deusto.es.

ABSTRACT
The effectiveness of Intelligent Transportation Systems depends largely on the ability to integrate information from diverse sources and the suitability of this information for the specific user. This paper describes a new approach for the management and exchange of this information, related to multimodal transportation. A novel software architecture is presented, with particular emphasis on the design of the data model and the enablement of services for information retrieval, thereby obtaining a semantic model for the representation of transport information. The publication of transport data as semantic information is established through the development of a Multimodal Transport Ontology (MTO) and the design of a distributed architecture allowing dynamic integration of transport data. The advantages afforded by the proposed system due to the use of Linked Open Data and a distributed architecture are stated, comparing it with other existing solutions. The adequacy of the information generated in regard to the specific user's context is also addressed. Finally, a working solution of a semantic trip planner using actual transport data and running on the proposed architecture is presented, as a demonstration and validation of the system.

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