In its first year, FAIR Stations conducted socio-technical studies in an unprecedented way. For both the general public and Persons with Reduced Mobility (PRMs), primary and secondary data was collected and analysed to gather insights on the needs, preferences and expectations. The outcomes helped researchers to postulate, the link between PRM-specific human factors and their Read more about The 1st Project Newsletter is now available![…]
On 28-29th March 2019, we had our 4th General Assembly meeting, hosted by Metro de Madrid. The project partners presented the progress made since our last progress meeting. Impressive results have been reached, the next step is now to demonstrate our technical achievements! During our inspection visit to the Chamartín station, case study of the Read more about 4th General Assembly meeting in Madrid![…]
One of our consortium members, Mr Takeru Shibayama at Vienna University of Technology (VUT), was invited to 15th Rail Transport Forum, which was held on 19th and 20th March 2019 in Bratislava, Slovakia. There he had the chance to present the results from our first-step research to a wide range of the audience. The conference Read more about FAIR Stations presented in 15th Rail Transport Forum[…]
Some weeks ago we submitted our project deliverable D4.1 “Crowd flow and Multiple People Flows Modelling in Large Stations”. A video was also released, to show the impressive modelling and simulation work performed so far within the project FAIR Stations. We will present the activities carried out to date at our forthcoming GA meeting!