Together with the AMS Institue (Advanced Metropolitan Solutions), who is co-funding the ALLEGRO project, the ALLEGRO team will represent the slow mode research area at a stand at the Innovation Expo in Amsterdam. During this Expo, the ALLEGRO team and the AMS Institute will demonstrate their methodologies to collect data and monitor crowds, related to the real-time crowd monitoring during the SAIL event in Amsterdam in the summer of 2015.
The Allegro team will start soon doing experiments with cyclists. Using camera’s, cyclist behavior under urban conditions will be analysed. This research is associated with the project theme that deals with development of the Slow Mode Urban Mobility Laboratory (SL-UML). The exact date is now known yet. The team hopes to get useful cyclist trajectory data to be analysed and used within the theoretical parts of the research.