What is Track & Know?

Track and Know is an EU Horizon 2020 funded research project. The full title is “Big Data for Mobility Tracking Knowledge Extraction in Urban Areas” and the project focuses on research, development and exploitation of a new software framework that aims at increasing the efficiency of Big Data. >> More info

What software has Track and Know created (and how can I access it)?

Track and Know is building management and analytical toolboxes for (big) mobility data. The Big Data Processing, Big Data Analytics, Complex Event Recognition, and Visual Analytics toolboxes encompass many techniques and algorithms e.g. Map Matching for Streaming or At-Rest data.

Many software artefacts are available from our Online Observatory. By December 2020 we will have also integrated these artefacts into the various EU Big Data Market places. >> More info

What data is Track and Know processing?

Track and Know is processing data from the three pilot cases. The Car Insurance pilot, the healthcare case, and Fleet management pilot. All data from customers of our pilot organizations have been anonymised, encrypted and made available for the duration of the project only.

What domains can use Track and Know?

Track and Know has been developed for use with Big Mobility Data. Therefor if a domain has mobility/journey related questions Track and Know can provide insights. A trace of a journey is required, the Track and Know data pipeline can extrapolate from start and end points only.

What standards have been used?

The Track and Know platform and all associated components have been designed to conform with the following standards ensuring compatibility in the stated order:
– EU Big Data Value Reference Model
– US NIST Framework Big Data Reference Architecture
– EU ISA2 Big Data Interoperability Standard
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What has Track and Know achieved?

Track and Know is currently compiling all the results from the pilot studies and will report on this by October 2020.

What performance KPIs are measured?

Track and Know is currently compiling all the results from the pilot studies and will report on this by October 2020.