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Towards Adaptive Mobile Mashups: Opportunities for Designing Effective Persuasive Technology on the Road

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1 Author(s)
Salim, F.D. ; Spatial Inf. Archit. Lab. (SIAL), RMIT Univ., Melbourne, VIC, Australia

Today's vehicles and on-road infrastructures are equipped with a large number of sophisticated sensory devices. These sensory devices are capable of monitoring and providing data pertaining to vehicle status, real-time traffic conditions, traffic incidents, and road crashes. Urban commuters are also carriers of sensors embedded in their mobile devices. We are deluged with a massive pool of data that has the potential to increase our understanding of our social behaviours in the transportation network. This will assist in the design of effective persuasive technology on the road to monitor and target voluntary travel behaviour change in order to support road safety, sustainable transportation, and compliance to traffic regulations. We explore the integration of mashup, knowledge discovery, business intelligence, and context-aware analysis in order to analyse the requirements for designing adaptive mobile mashups. We introduce the notion of ADAptive Mobile Mashups (ADAMM) and discuss the potential ADAMM applications for effective persuasion on the road.

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Advanced Information Networking and Applications Workshops (WAINA), 2010 IEEE 24th International Conference on

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20-23 April 2010