The aim of the Priva'Mov project is to develop and deploy a crowdsensing platform to collect mobility traces from a sample of real users equipped with android tablets while carrying research on privacy preservation issues. Priva'Mov is a multi-disciplinary project, and data collection will be orchestrated around three use-cases coming from three different fields:
- Analysis of mobility habits. Use-case leader: Oliver Brette (EVS ITUS).
- On the offloading of cellular networks. Use-case leader: Hervé Rivano (INRIA Urbanet).
- Analysis of individual mobility dynamics. Use-case leader: Patrick Bonnel (LET ENTPE).
Privacy issues that shall be investigated in the project include: privacy preserving data collection, privacy preserving data dissemination and privacy preserving dataset sharing.
You can get further information by downloading the poster and an article published in the "Usine Nouvelle" magazine (both in french).
This project is supported by the LABEX IMU (ANR-10-LABX-0088) of Université de Lyon, within the program "Investissements d’Avenir" (ANR-11-IDEX-0007) operated by the French National Research Agency (ANR).
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