Mobility master map 

The dYbydX project aims at using high resolution imagery, including satellite, in order to identify route conditions and specific features affecting accessibility to improve general pedestrian mobility. The project develops a personalised accessibility index called “Mobility Master Map", combining space-derived data with street level and crowd-sourced information as well as other relevant datasets. The service targets all people with reduced mobility such as people injured, elderly individuals, wheelchair users that are affected by poor or lacking pedestrian and transport infrastructure, bad route conditions or insufficient road crossings. The service makes use of GNSS and satellite imagery to allow the deployment of the solution at a large scale, and with a level of calibration which would not be achievable using merely street-level imagery.

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