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The Pedestrian Accessibility and Movement Environment Laboratory (PAMELA) is a research facility located at University College London in the United Kingdom. It's designed to study human interactions in controlled conditions by replicating real-world environments such as urban streets and public parks. The laboratory has an 80-square-metre (860 sq ft) artificial pavement platform which is used to simulate everyday scenarios, from different types of pedestrians to varying pavement conditions. Its experiments are intended to create safer streets and more user-friendly public spaces.

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  • The Pedestrian Accessibility and Movement Environment Laboratory (PAMELA) is a research facility located at University College London in the United Kingdom. It's designed to study human interactions in controlled conditions by replicating real-world environments such as urban streets and public parks. The laboratory has an 80-square-metre (860 sq ft) artificial pavement platform which is used to simulate everyday scenarios, from different types of pedestrians to varying pavement conditions. Its experiments are intended to create safer streets and more user-friendly public spaces. (en)
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  • 2007-02-24 (xsd:date)
  • 2012-02-05 (xsd:date)
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  • Computer-controlled lab helps study environment impacts on disabled (en)
  • PAMELA Project Overview (en)
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  • The Pedestrian Accessibility and Movement Environment Laboratory (PAMELA) is a research facility located at University College London in the United Kingdom. It's designed to study human interactions in controlled conditions by replicating real-world environments such as urban streets and public parks. The laboratory has an 80-square-metre (860 sq ft) artificial pavement platform which is used to simulate everyday scenarios, from different types of pedestrians to varying pavement conditions. Its experiments are intended to create safer streets and more user-friendly public spaces. (en)
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  • Pedestrian Accessibility and Movement Environment Laboratory (en)
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