These days smartphones are used to aid and improve all kinds of tasks, in almost all aspects of our daily life. However, smartphones are generally considered fairly resource constrained, and their available power is the most constrained resource of all. Obviously, without power the smartphone will not function.
Increased knowledge on how we move can help us solve societal challenges. It can also create new business opportunities, claims Malte Bieler, Postdoctorate at Kristiania University College.
All aspects of our products and services should both meet and surpass our customer’s expectations. To achieve this we have to prioritise the end user experience.
A brand-new research project aims to create a simpler and more fair ticketing system for you and me. Kogenta has teamed up with Kristiania University College, Ruter (public transportation company serving the greater Oslo region) and Nordland County Municipality. With their ongoing research project, they are working on how to eliminate ticket frustration in public transport. The project has received support from the Research Council of Norway.