Enabling crowdsensing-based road condition monitoring service by intermediary

@article{Laubis2019EnablingCR,
  title={Enabling crowdsensing-based road condition monitoring service by intermediary},
  author={K. Laubis and Marcel Konstantinov and V. Simko and A. Gr{\"o}schel and Christof Weinhardt},
  journal={Electronic Markets},
  year={2019},
  volume={29},
  pages={125-140}
}
Constant monitoring of road conditions would be beneficial for road authorities as well as road users. However, this is currently not possible due to limited resources. This is because road condition monitoring is carried out by engineering companies using limited resources such as specialized vehicles and trained personnel. The ubiquity of smart devices carried by drivers, such as smartphones and the ever-increasing number of sensors installed in modern vehicles, makes it possible to provide… Expand
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