Route optimization for non-stationary air pollution sensors in the City of Antwerp
Document typeMaster thesis
Rights accessOpen Access
This work has been undertaken during my stay at Ghent University as an exchange student. I chose the department of Information Technology (INTEC) to do this work because it gave me the opportunity to expand my knowledge of computer science, specifically "Big data", technology currently booming. The work was initially framed around the topic of anomaly detection but then, while approaching the problem and the data available, the focus was shifting towards route optimization for non-stationary sensors in an IoT environment. I thank my promotor, Gregory Van Seghbroeck, for giving me the opportunity to do this work, for his understanding and help when changing the subject. I thank him and Leandro Ordoñez for their help with the work, for the suggestions and the feedback received. Finally, I appreciate the help provided by my colleague Jan De Geest at the beginning of this project.