Last semester, the Institute for Geoinformatics offered a course “Web-based Spatio-temporal Analysis of Floating Car Data”. It focused on developing tools to analyze enviroCar data. Sixteen students got together in small groups and successfully developed several analysis tools. One group created an R Shiny-based Web application for analyzing anomalies in the enviroCar data. Another group implemented an R package to assign the enviroCar data to street segments in order to calculate aggregates for the street segments, e.g. average speed. A third group evaluated an approach for estimating noise emissions using regression models and implemented a simple online tool for noise estimation. Add your own GeoJSON track!
These are only a few examples of the work done. But they nicely demonstrate further ways of analyzing enviroCar data to answer various questions from different application domains.