Eine verschwommene Ansicht vieler Menschen, die über einen Zebrastreifen laufen.
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  • Theme New Technologies
  • Theme Field Tests


The freemove project is used for transdisciplinary research into movement data in awareness of privacy issues for sustainable urban mobility.

Target group
Science and research, public administration
New Technologies, Field Tests
Running time
Since May 2021

Privacy-Centered Urban Mobility Data

In the next three years, the aim of the project is to develop a scientifically sound framework that specifies the requirements for a fair, useful, secure and comprehensible provision of movement data for public and private users.

freemove is a transdisciplinary project for research into mobility data funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research. The research group combines the skills of university and practical partners in the areas of machine learning, digital self-determination, human-centered computing and information security.

On the scientific side, the project team is provided by the departments of the Berlin School of Economics and Technology, the Free University of Berlin, the Technical University of Berlin and the Berlin University of the Arts. The practice-oriented partners of the German Aerospace Center and the Technologiestiftung Berlin expand this scientific perspective with a focus on questions of implementation and stakeholder involvement.

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