Interesting fact

The first cases where app data is used instead of regular traffic counts, show there is a huge potential for the use of these kinds of data.

Trip data

Trip data is the collected by continuous 24/7 tracking using for instance the SMART app. To illustrate the richness of this data and to give some insight in the kind of parameters that are registered, we provide an anonymised excerpt of the data base. Click on this link to download the file. The first tab provides the data (50 trips), the second tab provides a key to the different columns.

In-depth insights from data

Based on two months of data, different analysis have been carried out to illustrate what can be done using trip data. Based on trip data of May and June 2017 of the Enschede Living Lab, we give some aggregated overviews in the attached file .

Synthetic data set

Real trip data contains a lot of personal data. Therefore we only provide small anonymised samples and aggregated overviews, as the two documents above. For exploratory and educational purposes, a synthetic data set has been developed. As it is synthetic, no data has been lost due to anonymization or aggregation. And no personal data is exposed by using it. This data set can freely be used.

Commute Greener API

The Commute Greener app has two open API’s which can be used freely. The first is a CO2 calculator tool, which gives the total CO2 emission between two points, using the routed distance and a variety of modes. See this link for further information:

The second Commute Greener API gives selected information about how commuters using Commute Greener are commuting within an area. Eg within a region, city or suburb. An open API is available which can be used to access aggregated data: