Mobile application for trip tracking
ALYCE has designed a newservice for conducting mobility surveys, based on massive data collection via smartphone: the H2S application.
Characteristics of the modules //
The H2S mobile application reconstructs the journeys of its users: origin – destination, modes of travel and motives. This innovative collection method can complement or even replace traditional survey methods (telephone or face-to-face questionnaires).
Reconstruction of user timelines
Moving from a declarative to an observational approach
Significant sample group extension
Fewer interventions in the field
Observations of longer travel periods
Optimisation of the survey budget
Data processing in compliance with the GDPR
Use cases //
Summer survey to monitor the movements of people present on the territory of Corsica (residents and summer visitors)
A survey on the daily mobility of Corsican residents was carried out outside the summer period (October 2016 – April 2017). This survey was carried out according to the EDVM (Enquête Déplacements Ville Moyenne) standard of CEREMA. Tourism activity generates many trips, which were not in the 2016 / 2017 survey, since it only covered residents and focused on working days (Monday to Friday), excluding school holiday periods. The objective of this new survey is to complete the knowledge of travel in Corsica, by focusing on the summer period, in order to better understand the typology, characteristics and volumes of travel during these periods.
The use of the mobile application developed by ALYCE made it possible to reach both residents and summer visitors and to follow the movements of the respondents over 7 consecutive days.
We have been conducting household and travel surveys for 20 years
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Business Development Manager
Sébastien is one of our experts in traffic engineering, a field in which he has worked for +15 years.
He guides and directs the commercial development of Alyce.
Sébastien will be able to advise and guide you in all your mobility observation projects!