Pedestrian Accessibility and Movement Environment Laboratory

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The Pedestrian Accessibility and Movement Environment Laboratory (PAMELA) is an indoor 80 sq metre artificial pavement at a research center at University College London. It is used to simulate everyday scenarios, from different pavement users to varying pavement conditions.[1] Its experiments may result in safer streets and more user-friendly public spaces.[2]

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References

  1. ^ BBC NEWS | Science/Nature | Scientists walk on tech pavement
  2. ^ First custom-designed pedestrian accessibility lab launched


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