Km4City ontological model and data aggregation of 2014 [Bellini et al., 2014b] with its Smart City API, has been recently augmented with results of the Sii-Mobility project on mobility and transport. Thus, it enables the development and deploy of personal assistant services, for example to implement Mobile Apps for city users with multi-domain information, and at the same time collects data from the users about their preferences and behavior. Km4City can be adopted by city operators and industries to create web and mobile applications, and to exploit published/integrated open and private data, static and real time data. On the other hand, it can be easily extended and applied to different Smart Cities.
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