• Rendsburggade 14

    9000 Aalborg

    Denmark

Organization profile

Organisation profile

Research Cluster for Mobility and Tracking Technologies (MoTT) 

 

At the Department of Architecture, Design and Media Technology and in association with the Centre for Mobility and Urban Studies (C-MUS), Aalborg University the interdisciplinary Research Cluster for Mobility and Tracking Technologies (MoTT) works to explore the technical and social perspectives of new tracking and location based technologies. MoTT aims therefore to design, implement and test tracking technologies in the context of contemporary mobility. The cluster works across fields such as urban geography, urban design, mobility studies, city planning, computer vision, social signal processing, and data visualization etc. It explores technologies such as GPS, RFID, Bluetooth, etc. The research cluster’s work covers five general themes:

 

I. Tracking and Location Based Technologies - exploring new hardware and software for understanding mobility

 

II. Mobile Methods - innovation, reflection and development of new tracking and location based methods

 

III. Representing location-based data - exploring theoretical and methodological implications of processing, visualizing and representing location based data

 

IV. Theorizing the meaning of Tracking and Location Based Technologies to Mobility in the Network Society

 

V. Ethics, Surveillance and New Tracking Technologies

 

The work thereby span the exploration and application of new technologies, methodological innovations related to these, as well as the development of theories and explanatory models to enhance the understanding of these technologies and their societal importance and impact.

 

Task Force Member and Director, Ole B. Jensen, Professor, obje@create.aau.dk 

Task Force Member, Henrik Harder, Associate Professor, hhar@create.aau.dk 

Task Force Member, Hans Jørgen Andersen, Associate Professor, hja@create.aau.dk

Task Force Member, Thomas B. Moeslund, Associate Professor, tbm@create.aau.dk

 

Thomas Bjørner, Associate Professor, tbj@create.aau.dk

Kristian Hegner Reinau, Assistant Professor (Dept. 20 and 7), reinau@plan.aau.dk

Matthias Rehm, Associate Professor, matthias@create.aau.dk

Anne-Marie Sanvig Knudsen, PhD Fellow, askn@create.aau.dk 

Simon Wind, PhD Fellow, swin@create.aau.dk 

Tobias Thyrrestrup, Research Assistant, tobias.thyrrestrup@gmail.com

Cecilie Breinholm Christensen, Scientific Assistant, cbch@create.aau.dk

Valinka Suenson, PhD Fellow, vsue@create.aau.dk 

Anders Sorgenfri Jensen, Research assistant, asje@create.aau.dk

Niels Thuesen, Resarch assistant,  nthu@create.aau.dk

Ditte Benndix Lang, PhD Fellow, dbla@create.aau.dk

Tino Kastbjerg Stigsen, student assistant, tstigs07@student.aau.dk

Anders Jørgensen, Research assistant, andjor@create.aau.dk

Rikke Gade, Research assistant, rg@create.aau.dk

Isak Worre Foged, research assistent, iwfo@create.aau.dk

Mads Brath, research assistant, mbje@create.aau.dk

Søren Eskildsen, research assistant, se@create.aau.dk

Preben Fihl, Assistant Professor, fihl@create.aau.dk

Esben Skouboe Poulsen, PhD Fellow, esben@electrotexture.org

Ann Morrison, Assistant Professor, morrison@create.aau.dk

 

All key members of staff has employment at the ad:mt department but the cluster is as mentioned affiliated to the Centre of Mobility and Urban Studies which is a cross-faculty and interdisciplinary centre hosted at Aalborg University that is expected to be able to benefit to the cluster’s activities and further work.

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Projects 2008 2022

Research Output 2005 2019

A Double-Deep Spatio-Angular Learning Framework for Light Field based Face Recognition

Sepas-Moghaddam, A., Haque, M. A., Correia, P. L., Nasrollahi, K., Moeslund, T. B. & Pereira, F., 8 May 2019, (Accepted/In press) In : I E E E Transactions on Circuits and Systems for Video Technology.

Research output: Contribution to journalJournal articleResearchpeer-review

Face recognition
Biometrics
Cameras
Neural networks
Experiments

Advantages and challenges of using mobile ethnography in a hospital case study: WhatsApp as a method to identify perceptions and practices

Bjørner, T. & Schrøder, M., 2019, In : Qualitative Research in Medicine & Healthcare. 3, 2, p. 58-67

Research output: Contribution to journalJournal articleResearchpeer-review

Open Access

A Framework For Automated Analysis of Surrogate Measures of Safety from Video using Deep Learning Techniques

Jensen, M. B., Ahrnbom, M., Kruithof, M., Åström, K., Nilsson, M., Ardö, H., Laureshyn, A., Johnsson, C. & Moeslund, T. B., Jan 2019, In : Transportation Research Board. Annual Meeting Proceedings.

Research output: Contribution to journalConference article in JournalResearchpeer-review

Prizes

Activities 2009 2019

Construction hybrid interaction – the multiplicity of HRI

Antonia Lina Krummheuer (Speaker), Matthias Rehm (Speaker)
Jul 2019

Activity: Talks and presentationsConference presentations

Press / Media

Iværksætter satser på at levere på billigt tv

Thomas Bjørner

16/09/2019

1 item of Media coverage

Press/Media: Press / Media

Nemt at sige, at vi skal lade bilen stå

Ole B. Jensen

28/08/2019

6 items of Media coverage

Press/Media: Press / Media