Pedestrian Destinations in Paléo Music Festival from Bluetooth Traces
Can we guess the destinations of attendees in a music festival from Bluetooth traces collected by 10 people with smartphones used as antennas? This project analyzes an existing dataset of Bluetooth traces from Paléo music festival in Nyon, Switzerland. The goal of the project is to follow Paléo festival attendees using collected Bluetooth traces and analyze specifications of the collected data in terms of precision and results, to predict attendees behaviour and crowd movement. The data was collected on July 24th, 2010 by ten agents scanning for visible Bluetooth devices. The methodology for tracing Paléo festival attendees is a Bayesian approach derived by Danalet et al. .