The 'SenS Cycle' project originated from an integrated project during my master studies of Applied Geoinformatics at the University of Salzburg. Work on this project is now continued to gain further insights and for methodological improvements that may contribute to future scientific publications.
In the domain of urban mobility, 'SenS Cycle' aims at providing new evidence for urban planning to support a shift towards more liveable and healthy urban environments.
- long-term goals: new evidence for bikeability in urban planning, bicycle routing application providing most comfortable route (avoiding stress)
- second cycle of the case study in the city of Salzburg
- 4 different sample routes from Techno-Z (Itzling) to Residenzplatz (City centre)
- stress-level detection based on physiological measurements
- study of intersubjectivity of stress sensation among participants
- computation of intersubjective stress index per route segment