Cycling Data Spaces White Paper

Cycling Data Spaces White Paper

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Bicycle Data Spaces (BDS) have emerged to manage and interpret the diverse data generated by the various actors in the cycling ecosystem. As cycling grows in popularity as a mode of transportation, BDS provide an open and interconnected data ecosystem that can help create a more sustainable, efficient, safe, and user-friendly cycling experience.

This paper explores the key concepts, challenges, and opportunities associated with BDS, with a focus on its potential to address the challenges of accessing and interpreting cycling data in the EU. It highlights the benefits of data sharing and collaboration between stakeholders, including governments, bike-sharing companies, and cyclists themselves.

Privacy, security, and standardization are also addressed, with recommendations for addressing these concerns to ensure that the data collected and analyzed is accurate and secure. A Bicycle Data Space offers great opportunities for improving the cycling experience for everyone involved. Finally, this paper provides guidance on how to get started with data spaces effectively.

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