The SUPERHUB project (SUstainable and PERsuasive Human Users moBility in future cities) promotes the creation of a new urban mobility services ecosystem to facilitate the take-up of environmentally sustainable behaviours. It will design and test an open platform able to combine in real time all mobility offers from the relevant stakeholders together with a set of enabling mobility services able to address users’ mobility needs and to foster behavioural change. This paper explores how SUPERHUB plans to integrate behaviour change theories.
|Title of host publication||Proceedings of the Using Technology to Facilitate Behaviour Change and Support Healthy, Sustainable Living workshop associated with HCI 2012|
|Publication status||Published - 2012|
|Event||HCI 2012: People & Computers XXVI - Birmingham, United Kingdom|
Duration: 12 Sep 2012 → 14 Sep 2012
|Conference||HCI 2012: People & Computers XXVI|
|Period||12/09/12 → 14/09/12|
|Other||The conference this year is hosted by the University of Birmingham's HCI Research Centre.|
The theme for this year's conference is returning back to People and Computers. This is to encapsulate and evenly highlight the growing diversity of our field of HCI in one event.
- persuasive technology
- sustainable transport
- behaviour change
Forbes, P. J., Wells, S., Masthoff, J., & Nguyen, H. (2012). SUPERHUB: Integrating behaviour change theories into a sustainable urban-mobility platform. In Proceedings of the Using Technology to Facilitate Behaviour Change and Support Healthy, Sustainable Living workshop associated with HCI 2012