\begin{frame}{Route choice models and smart phone data}




\item Smart phones are able to collect a great wealth of information about the mobility patterns of individuals, including their itinerary. In addition to GPS tracks, smart phones contain several sensors and software revealing various aspects of the user's behavior (nearby Bluetooth devices, WiFi antenna, media players, etc.) Route choice models rely on the knowledge of the origin and the destination of the trip, and the transportation mode. They may also benefit from other contextual data, such as the trip purpose or the chain of subsequent activities. We plan to investigate how to infer this information from the smart phone data.

\item Sponsor: Swiss National Science Foundation

\item October 01, 2010-September 30, 2013