Section: Bilateral Contracts and Grants with Industry
Privacy preserving data mining for Mobility Data
Jan Ramon is the local PI at Inria for the ADEME-MUST project (Méthodologie d'exploitation des données d'usage des véhicules et d'identification de nouveaux services pour les usagers et les territoires). We study machine learning and data mining methods for knowledge discovery from mobility data, which are time-stamped signals collected from cars, for example, GPS locations, accelerations and fuel consumption. We aim to discover knowledge that helps us to address important questions in the transportation system such as road safety, traffic congestion, parking, ride-sharing, pollution and energy consumption. As the mobility data contains a lot of personal information, for instance, driving styles and locations of the users, we hence also study methods that allow the users to keep their personal data and only exchange part of them to collaboratively derive the knowledge.
The project has four partners, including, Xee company, CEREMA, i-Trans and Inria. The Xee company is responsible for recruiting drivers and collecting the data. CEREMA and i-Trans function as domain experts who help us to form the questions and verify the analytical results. Magnet is responsible for developing and applying data mining methods for analyzing the data. The developed methods and the discovered knowledge from the project will be transferred to Metropole Lille and ADEME.
In , we presented our preliminary idea for a decentralized and privacy-aware machine learning method for predicting traversal time in the Data Mining with Secure Computing workshop held in conjunction with the 2017 European Conference on Machine Learning and Principles and Practice of Knowledge Discovery in Databases (ECML/PKDD-2017).