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Tor Rune Skoglund, CEO at FourC AS has been working in various leading positions in the computer industry for the last 20 years, including computer equipment retail, internet and hosting businesses, programming, operations and architecture. His latest position was as chief architect for a public transport solutions company. Still, a tech geek, innovation and state-of-the-art solutions are of most interest. In FourC he is hands-on with the device platform and the automated software distribution. Tor Rune holds an M.Sc. degree from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology and is co-founder and co-owner of FourC.

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  • June 10: Leveraging big data for public transport planning

    Using wifi sensors enhanced with APC data to calculate detailed origin-destination matrices

    By using state-of-the-art Wi-Fi sensing technologies, optionally combined APC data, O/D matrices can be calculated with very high precision. Testing and pilot projects have shown good results. FourC, together with Kolumbus AS, the public transport authority of Rogaland county, as well as SINTEF, Scandinavia's largest independent research institution, are now preforming a large-scale, multimodal travel pattern analysis project involving more than 130 vehicles, boats and ferries, and city bike locations in order to calculate an accurate and complete multimodal O/D matrix for the city of Stavanger. The project is funded by the Research Council of Norway and Innovation Norway. The latest scientific and practical results of this and other projects on the subject will be presented at UITP.
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