On Friday, May 20, 2022 3:51:39 PM CEST, joshua doromal wrote:
> Newbie student here digging around trying to solve a wicked problem with
> public transportation for class. I stumbled upon a research paper that led
> me to a sight that led me here. I first thought that the Dutch Public
> Transportation had no GPS' installed because why else are timetables wrong
> and why don't they have trackers (like FlightRadar, an app that tracks all
> airplanes) in the GVB app or on Google Maps.
> I later found out that many if not all have GPS systems on board. If that's
> the case, why aren't posted online? Can a theorhetical FlightRadar for
> Public Transportation be made?
Done by many students since 2013 ;) OVradar.nl looks down at this moment,
but we still have;
You might be interested in this thesis too:
If you want to explore something new;
You could combine AIS (vessels) data with the timetables of ferries to
create a new datastream out of it.