For the TUCTE 18 Mobility4EU project offered exhibition and dissemination opportunity to mobility related projects
“Are you involved in a research or project about mobility investigating seamless, sustainable and inclusive transport solutions?
Have you developed a tool, a platform or framework that facilitates the development or implementation of user-centric solutions in passenger or freight transport?
Be it a simple idea or a complex framework, no matter the mode, the scale, the specific domain: Mobility4EU is looking forward to know about your project results”
Find here the full list of posters and their description. Click on the image to download the file. Thanks to all the participants who presented their projects and outcomes for the European Mobility of the Future!
“MOBIHUBS: THE INFRASTRUCTURE FOR MAAS” – Angelo Meulemann – TAXISTOP
Promoting the concept of multimodal mobility hubs in Flanders and beyond. It’s a simple and concrete solution with a big impact on modal shift in every neighborhood. It envises the engagement of all stakeholders in the discussion of existing mobility roadmaps.
“HiReach – Innovative Mobility Solutions to Cope with Transport Poverty” – Dariya Rublova, Simone Bosetti – TRT Italy
By combining different attributes of available transport concepts and bottom-up initiatives with new operational schemes and IT applications, HiReach will explore viable business models for small scale, modular and easily replicable mobility services (e.g. community transport services, ridesharing, minibus/van pooling, etc.) that can be provided at affordable prices and/or with minimum subsidies.
“Fostering Share&Charge through proper regulation” – Fanny Vanrykel, Marc Bourgeois, Damien Ernst – University of Liège
The project analysed existing taxes that shape mobility patterns, in order to propose a legal theory of the limits of the approach that has been used so far by Belgian public authorities. The second part assesses which role could play taxes in the shift towards sustainable mobility, based on the limits identified in the first part. The research integrates users, where individuals share access to their electric vehicle charging infrastructure in a peer-to-peer fashion.
“INTEND – Research agenda for the future transport system” – Merja Hoppe, Thomas Trachsel – ZHAW Zurich School of Engineering
The project delivers an elaborated study of the research needs and priorities in the transport sector utilizing a systematic data collection method. Megatrends that will be affecting the future transport system will be identified using the Analytical Network Process to ensure validity of the results.
“ELVITEN – Electric Light Vehicles Integrated into Transport and Electricity Networks” – Maria Cecilia Angulo – FIA REGION
ELVITEN – Demonstrating electric light vehicles in Six European Cities, including users in the national and local transport strategy. By taking an user-centric approach, ELVITEN aims at maximising the project impact and increasing the benefits that the deployment of sustainable means of transport can bring to society.
“Cycling the Gap – Analysing gender across countries to enhance equity in cycling” – Eva Campos Díaz, Pedro Valero Mora, María F. Rodrigo – University of Valencia
User centered and integrated mobility can be a solution to face crucial problems such as pollution or sedentary lifestyle between others. The result of integrating ICT tools and modes of transport together with an active and green mobility can be a response to users and citizens needs.
“MY CORRIDOR – All for one and one for all: towards a one-stop-shop, all inclusive mobility future!” – Evangelos Bekiaris, Gkemou Maria – CERTH
The project challenge is to provide personalised and multimodal mobility services through an all inclusive one stop shop, promoting the replacement of private ownership by private use thanks to single payment and mobility tokens.
“TMaaS: Improving urban mobility together” – Kevin Sanders, Dominique Gilis, Evelien Marlier – Ghent City Council
Say hello to Traffic Management as a Service (TMaaS). Our open and modular cloud-based platform enables cities to manage traffic from anywhere, at anytime. In order to design and develop a sustainable and successful TMaaS dashboard, the requirements from the different actors in the transport chain need to be mapped and analyzed. Two-way communication will make it easier to give feedback to the platfom. In this way, end users can actively contribute to optimize the information or get travel support when necessary.
“NeMo – Hyper-Network for Electromobility” – Andrew Winder, Aleksandra Maj – ERTICO
The NeMo project is working to make the use of electric vehicles for road transport more attractive, particularly for longer distance trips, by overcoming interoperability issues relating to recharging systems. Its aim is to enable drivers to charge anywhere, anytime and to have a single account, regardless of their country of residence and the country where they are driving.
“CAMERA project – current status and future outputs” – Micol Biscotto, Andrew Cook, Peter Hullah, Paula Lopez, Dario Martinez, Annika Paul – INNAXIS
CAMERA will quantitatively and qualitatively evaluate the air-mobility research activities undertaken over the last decade; define a set of common challenges for the different transport domains; identify the current and future gaps and innovation bottlenecks in the context of the mobility goals; and formulate appropriate best practices and methodological guidelines for an integrated and multimodal transport system.
“MINDSETS – What do you really know about mobility? Understanding motives behind transportation choices” – Radu Gaspar, Lucia Cristea – EIP project
The definition of eight behavioural roots that can summarise the values and beliefs that a person has towards their mobility, which, seen as in combination define a person’s Mobility Footprint – a type of Mobility DNA. This footprint can be defined for individual people, peer groups and even for the desired characteristics of mobility products and services.
“IMPACT – Connected Car – Maria Cecilia Angulo – ICCAR Consortium
The connected car industry is a business opportunity that so far is not well-exploited. IMPACT Connected Car is designed to give a boost to all parts of the value chain, including automotive startups and industry SMEs. Projects selected for the accelerator program will “smartize” their connected car startups while learning from experts in business, technology, corporations, and funding.