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This is the second in a series of blogs, in the context of the MISTic project. In this second blog, we focus on the evolution of traffic during the relaxations of the restrictions, and on providing answers to questions such as “What is the effect from each relaxation of the restrictions on the Brussels traffic?” and “Do people consistently obey the restrictions?”.
Insightful blueprints of Brussels traffic emerge in times of covid-19
In the context of the MISTic project, the EluciDATA Lab of Sirris started in the beginning of 2020 to gather publicly available data of the traffic in Brussels. At that moment, we did not have the slightest suspicion that the escalation of the corona epidemic will deliver a unique real-world dataset for our research. We are happy to share some of our very preliminary findings in this blog. More to follow in the upcoming weeks.
On January 23rd, Agoria, Voka, imec and Sirris with the support of VLAIO organized the first Flanders AI Forum with the presence of Hilde Crevits, Viceminister-president, Vlaams minister van Economie, Innovatie, Werk, Social economie en Landbouw, to present different initiatives in the framework of...
The EluciDATA Lab of Sirris together with IMEC and the DTAI research group of the KU Leuven will be hosting a special session on Fleet-based Prognostics and Health Management of Industrial Assets at the Fifth European Conference of the Prognostics and Health Management Society 2020 (1-3/07/2020 in...
As one of the partners of the hub, the EluciDATA Lab by Sirris will be present at the end of the year event "Software brussels loves AI". Interested in our activities? Join the event and meet us at our booth on 17/12. More information is availaible: here.