Bike sharing as a key smart city service: State of the art and future developments

@article{Chiariotti2018BikeSA,
  title={Bike sharing as a key smart city service: State of the art and future developments},
  author={Federico Chiariotti and Chiara Pielli and Angelo Cenedese and Andrea Zanella and Michele Zorzi},
  journal={2018 7th International Conference on Modern Circuits and Systems Technologies (MOCAST)},
  year={2018},
  pages={1-6}
}
Bike sharing has outgrown its first failures in the '60s and '70s and has become ubiquitous around the world. This rapid growth is strongly intertwined with the rise of Smart Cities: the use of connected bikes makes the service more practical for users, avoids thefts and provides a large amount of data for system planners. Over the past few years, research on bike sharing has bloomed, providing several innovative solutions to improve the service and to encourage citizens to use environmentally… Expand

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