Events Documentation

Presentations made during events organised by the project will be uploaded here.

U-MOB – Green in Motion – Alfonso Cadenas, Isabel Dominguez – Novotec

U-MOB – Green in Motion – Alfonso Cadenas, Isabel Dominguez – Novotec – M4EU Call for Posters

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“MINDSETS – What do you really know about mobility? Understanding motives behind transportation choices” – Radu Gaspar, Lucia Cristea – EIP project

MINDSETS – What do you really know about mobility? Understanding motives behind transportation choices – Radu Gaspar, Lucia Cristea – EIP project – M4EU Call for Posters

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“CAMERA project – current status and future outputs” – Annika Paul, Paula Lopez, Dario Martinez, Peter Hullah, Micol Biscotto, Andrew Cook – Camera project

“CAMERA project – current status and future outputs” – Annika Paul, Paula Lopez, Dario Martinez, Peter Hullah, Micol Biscotto, Andrew Cook – M4EU Call for Posters

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“NeMo – Hyper-Network for Electromobility” – Andrew Winder, Aleksandra Maj – ERTICO

“NeMo – Hyper-Network for Electromobility” – Andrew Winder, Aleksandra Maj – ERTICO – M4EU Call for Posters

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“TMaaS: Improving urban mobility together” – Kevin Sanders, Dominique Gilis, Evelien Marlier – Ghent City Council

“TMaaS: Improving urban mobility together” – Kevin Sanders, Dominique Gilis, Evelien Marlier – Ghent City Council – M4EU Call for Posters

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“MY CORRIDOR – All for one and one for all: towards a one-stop-shop, all inclusive mobility future!” – Evangelos Bekiaris, Gkemou Maria – CERTH

“MY CORRIDOR – All for one and one for all: towards a one-stop-shop, all inclusive mobility future!” – Evangelos Bekiaris, Maria Gkemou – CERTH – M4EU Call for Posters

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“Cycling the Gap – Analysing gender across countries to enhance equity in cycling” – Eva Campos Díaz, Pedro Valero Mora, María F. Rodrigo – University of Valencia

“Cycling the Gap – Analysing gender across countries to enhance equity in cycling” – Eva Campos Díaz, Pedro Valero Mora, María F. Rodrigo – University of Valencia – M4EU Call for Posters

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“ELVITEN – Electric Light Vehicles Integrated into Transport and Electricity Networks” – Maria Cecilia Angulo – FIA REGION

“ELVITEN – Electric Light Vehicles Integrated into Transport and Electricity Networks” – FIA REGION – M4EU Call for Posters

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“Fostering Share&Charge through proper regulation” – Fanny Vanrykel, Marc Bourgeois, Damien Ernst – University of Liège

“Fostering Share&Charge through proper regulation” – Fanny Vanrykel, Marc Bourgeois, Damien Ernst – University of Liège – M4EU Call for Posters

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“INTEND – Research agenda for the future transport system” – Merja Hoppe, Thomas Trachsel – ZHAW Zurich School of Engineering

“INTEND – Research agenda for the future transport system” – Merja Hoppe, Thomas Trachsel – ZHAW Zurich School of Engineering – M4EU Call for Posters

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“IMPACT – Connected Car” – Maria Cecilia Angulo – ICCAR Consortium

“IMPACT – Connected Car” – Maria Cecilia Angulo – ICCAR Consortium – M4EU Call for Posters

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“HiReach – Innovative Mobility Solutions to Cope with Transport Poverty” – Dariya Rublova, Simone Bosetti – TRT Italy

“HiReach – Innovative Mobility Solutions to Cope with Transport Poverty” – Dariya Rublova, Simone Bosetti – TRT Italy – M4EU Call for Posters

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“MOBIHUBS: THE INFRASTRUCTURE FOR MAAS” – Angelo Meulemann – TAXISTOP

Mobihubs: the infrastructure for MaaS – Angelo Meulemann – Taxistop – M4EU Call for Posters

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TUCTE18 – Afternoon session – Collaborations for Future Mobility: Session B “CER Customer Liaison Working Group”

TUCTE18 – Afternoon session – Collaborations for Future Mobility: Session B “CER Customer Liaison Working Group” by Matteo Mussini, CER Strategy and process management

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TUCTE18 – Afternoon session – Collaborations for Future Mobility: Session B “Universal Design: a tool to user-centered transport”

TUCTE18 – Afternoon session – Collaborations for Future Mobility: Session B “Universal Design: a tool to user-centered transport” by Erzsébet Földesi, Universal Design Information and Research Center (ETIKK), Budapest Association of Persons with Physical Disability (MBE)

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TUCTE18 – Afternoon session – Collaborations for Future Mobility: Session A “Knowledge and GIS participation in the area of mobility”

TUCTE18 – Afternoon session – Collaborations for Future Mobility: Session A “Knowledge and GIS participation in the area of mobility” by Jordi Martìn i Oriol, ATM Metropolitan Transport Authority of Barcelona

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TUCTE18 – Afternoon session – Collaborations for Future Mobility: Session A “Getting Citizens on Board: Maas consensus making”

TUCTE18 – Afternoon session – Collaborations for Future Mobility: Session A “Getting Citizens on Board: Maas consensus making” by Floridea Di Ciommo, Chair of Behavioural process TRB committee, cambiaMO

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TUCTE18 – Afternoon session – Collaborations for Future Mobility: Session A “Co-creation platform and citizen observatories”

TUCTE18 – Afternoon session – Collaborations for Future Mobility: Session A “Co-creation platform and citizen observatories” by Dr. Imre Keseru, Team Leader at the Urban Mobility – MOBI Research Centre, Vrije Universiteit Brussels

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TUCTE18 – Afternoon session – Collaborations for Future Mobility: Session A “Getting Citizens on Board: co-creating our future mobility system”

TUCTE18 – Afternoon session – Collaborations for Future Mobility: Session A “Getting Citizens on Board: co-creating our future mobility system” by Dr. Imre Keseru, Team Leader at the Urban Mobility – MOBI Research Centre, Vrije Universiteit Brussels

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TUCTE18 – Keynotes on User-Centric Future Transport: Presentation of the “European Transport and Mobility Forum”

TUCTE18 – Keynotes on User-Centric Future Transport: Presentation of the “European Transport and Mobility Forum” by Dr. Beate Müller, Mobility4EU Project Coordinator VDI/VDE Innovation + Technik GmbH

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TUCTE18 – Keynotes on User-Centric Future Transport: Benefits of a structured dialogue on transport accessibility

TUCTE18 – Keynotes on User-Centric Future Transport: Benefits of a structured dialogue on transport accessibility by Marie Denninghaus, EDF Policy Coordinator

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TUCTE18 – Keynotes on User-Centric Future Transport: Sustainable freight, a shipper’s priority?

TUCTE18 – Keynotes on User-Centric Future Transport: Sustainable freight, a shipper’s priority? by Godfried Smit, Secretary General European Shippers’ Council

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TUCTE18 – Morning Session: Co-benefits and coalitions towards a low-carbon urban mobility

TUCTE18 – Morning Session: Co-benefits and coalitions towards a low-carbon urban mobility by Dr. Oliver Lah, Wuppertal Institute

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TUCTE18 – Morning Session: Action Plan for the Future of Mobility

TUCTE18 – Morning Session: Action Plan for the Future of Mobility by Dr. Beate Müller, Mobility4EU Project Coordinator VDI/VDE Innovation + Technik GmbH

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Action Plan now available online

We are glad to inform our readers that a first version of the Action Plan has been released. Thanks to all stakeholders and visitors who participated in our live and online activities, to those who contributed to the integration of the Action Plan through Surveys, Stakeholders consultation activities at conferences, not least to the Consortium members who actively collected actions, feedback and moderated thematic sessions at our final event. This version has been used as a working document during #TUCTE 18 on 13 November 2018. Participants were given a printed booklet where they could note down comments and ideas while interactive sessions were taking place. The document is available for consultation in the resources section of Mobility4EU website here.

ETMForum Infographic

ETMForum Infographic

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How to achieve a fully accessible transport system in the EU — the view of the European Disability Forum

by Marie Denninghaus, Policy Coordinator of the European Disability Forum
EDF believes that all people have the right to enjoy seamless, accessible and independent travel. This is in accordance with the EU Treaties that guarantee the right to free movement for all citizens as well as Article 9 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. Despite this fact, persons with disabilities can still not fully benefit from this right as the transport system throughout the EU remains largely inaccessible.

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Action Plan – First Version

The Action Plan for Transport in Europe in 2030 details measures that address technical topics especially referring to societal aspects and issues for multistakeholder interaction , as e.g. policy, user acceptance, standardisation, collaboration and the integration of the user perspective into the R&D and innovation process. Multiple existing strategies and published roadmaps address these issues in its entirety or for individual modes or freight only. These initiatives are driven by the research community, the industry or policy, but only rarely from a user perspective. The Action Plan produced by Mobility4EU intends to fill this gap and provide recommendations for R&D, deployment, policy and regulatory framework and other implementation-related issues from a user-centered and cross-modal perspective.

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Involving users in the development of tomorrow’s mobility

by Erzsébet Földesi, Budapest Association of Persons with Physical Disability
The challenge is to develop mainstream solutions for diverse users’ needs that already include users with disabilities. Universal design means the design of products, environments, applications and services to be usable by all people regardless to their age size or abilities, to the greatest extent possible, without the need for adaptation or specialized design.

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Pathways Towards Decarbonising the Transportation Sector

by Oliver Lah, Head of the Mobility and International Cooperation Research Unit at the Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy
There is substantial potential to improve urban access, air quality, safety and the quality of life in cities along with reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions if an integrated policy approach is applied that combines all intervention areas for transport policy and involves all levels of government.

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What is the direction of European transport research

by Mr. Alkiviadis Tromaras and Aggelos Aggelakakis, Research Associates, CERTH/Hellenic Institute of Transport
nnovation has been at the forefront of the European Union priorities as the best mean to tackle challenging societal issues such as changing demographics, ageing population, dependency on oil, climate change, traffic congestion, increased demand for transport, the rise of globalisation, digital technologies.

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TUCTE18 Mobility4EU Final Public Event – Agenda and Information Booklet

TUCTE18 Mobility4EU Final Event – Agenda

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TUCTE 2018 Mobility4EU Final Public Event – Save the Date

TUCTE 2018 Mobility4EU Final Event – Save the Date

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Action Plan area 6: Inclusion: Putting the User in the Centre

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Action Plan area 5: Cross-modal/Cross-border Transport

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Action Plan area 4: Mobility Planning

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Action Plan area 3: Safety and (Cyber-)Security in Transport

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Action Plan area 2: Automation and Connected Driving

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Action Plan area 1: Low-/Zero-Emission Mobility

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Expert consultation on the Action Plan towards a user-centred and cross-modal European transport system in 2030

By Mrs. SMarcia Urban, academic researcher at Bauhaus Luftfahrt e.V. and member of the Mobility4EU consortium
The objective of the stakeholder consultation on the Mobility4EU Action Plan is to address and engage different stakeholders such as industry, user representatives, ETPs, research, policy makers, and the research and policy units at the European Commission.

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European Action Plan for user-centric and cross-modal Transport in 2030

Mobility4EU Action Plan for user-centric and cross-modal Transport in 2030 – version for stakeholder consultation

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WS 9 M4EU with CAMERA Invitation+Agenda

Mobility4EU 9th Workshop M4EUwith CAMERA: Invitation and Agenda

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D 5.14 2nd Workshop on Action Plan

The aim of the 8th workshop was to collect tangible action items and measures combining the expertise of the participants and to discuss inputs from different perspectives (users, freight, OEMs, suppliers, service providers from all transport modes, active mobility and public transport, actors of seamless mobility services). During a World Café interactive session the participants were divided into five different groups, depending on their field of expertise and/or the stakeholder group they belong to.

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WS 8 Handout

Mobility4EU 3rd Workshop Handout

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D 5.13 Workshop on Action Plan

The aim of this project internal workshop was to interactively create a structure and first inputs for the Action Plan. At the outset of the workshop the scope of the action plan was discussed and defined as clearly as possible, concerning especially the demarcation in relation to other roadmaps. Within the following interactive work a general structure of the action plan was generated.

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Vision for 2030 Map – poster

The Vision summarises the results of the assessment on trends and challenges, ranked solutions and scenarios. It has been developed within a creative process together with experts from passenger and freight transport from all modes as well as user representatives. User-centredness and the holistic approach that includes passengers, freight and all modes of transport, is considered key to develop mobility services that focus on real human-needs and enable a truly integrated transport system.

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Vision for 2030 Map – printable version

The Vision summarises the results of the assessment on trends and challenges, ranked solutions and scenarios. It has been developed within a creative process together with experts from passenger and freight transport from all modes as well as user representatives. User-centredness and the holistic approach that includes passengers, freight and all modes of transport, is considered key to develop mobility services that focus on real human-needs and enable a truly integrated transport system.

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Vision for 2030 Map – accessible version

The Vision summarises the results of the assessment on trends and challenges, ranked solutions and scenarios. It has been developed within a creative process together with experts from passenger and freight transport from all modes as well as user representatives. User-centredness and the holistic approach that includes passengers, freight and all modes of transport, is considered key to develop mobility services that focus on real human-needs and enable a truly integrated transport system.

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Vision for 2030 Map

The Vision summarises the results of the assessment on trends and challenges, ranked solutions and scenarios. It has been developed within a creative process together with experts from passenger and freight transport from all modes as well as user representatives. User-centredness and the holistic approach that includes passengers, freight and all modes of transport, is considered key to develop mobility services that focus on real human-needs and enable a truly integrated transport system.

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WS6 “Vision for Transport” handout

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D 5.12 Workshop on Vision Building

The aim of this workshop was to interactively create the Vision for Transport in Europe in 2030. In order to do that the main results of the previous processes in the project were summarized with focus on the aspects that provide a framework for the development of the Vision.

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Expert consultation on the Action Plan towards a user-centred and cross-modal European transport system in 2030

By Mrs. SMarcia Urban, academic researcher at Bauhaus Luftfahrt e.V. and member of the Mobility4EU consortium
The objective of the stakeholder consultation on the Mobility4EU Action Plan is to address and engage different stakeholders such as industry, user representatives, ETPs, research, policy makers, and the research and policy units at the European Commission.

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How to reduce CO2 emissions from road transport in Europe

By Mrs. Sandra Wappelhorst, Researcher at the International Council on Clean Transportation, (ICCT) United Kingdom
In 2016, the European Commission proposed an Effort Sharing Regulation aiming at a 30% reduction of greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 below the 2005 baseline in sectors not covered by the European Union’s emissions trading scheme, including buildings, industry, transport, agriculture and waste.

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WS5 – MAMCA Results of the evaluation of the scenarios

Imre Keseru (VUB) presents a short explanation of the MAMCA process and a detailed presentation of the results of the scenario evaluation.
The MAMCA evaluation highlighted the preferences of the stakeholder groups towards two conflicting scenarios: Digital Nomads and Minimum Carbon. While the Digital Nomads scenario is characterized by individualistic mobility and increasing travel demand, the Minimum Carbon scenario is based on shared resources and decarbonisation.

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D 5.11 Workshop on Consensus Building

The “Consensus Building Workshop” of the project Mobility4EU was held on 24 October 2017 in Brussels, together with external experts. It forms the final step within the structured stakeholder consultation process, the Multi-Actor-Multi-Criteria Analysis (MAMCA) that is embedded in the project.

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WS5 – Scenarios of our Environment in 2030 – Prospects for Europe

By Dr. Sandra Wappelhorst ICCT Europe

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WS5 – Mobility4EU project overview

by Dr. Beate Müller, Mobility4EU Project Coordinator VDI/VDE Innovation + Technik GmbH

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D 3.3 Report on MAMCA: Evaluation Outcomes

As a first step of MAMCA, four scenarios for transport and mobility in Europe in 2030 were co-created. In the subsequent steps, these scenarios were evaluated and consensus was achieved through a workshop where stakeholders discussed potential conflicts and synergies between the scenarios. In general, the discussion showed that stakeholders support the merging of the two scenarios (SC2 – Digital nomads and SC4 – Minimum carbon). The list of solutions derived from these two scenarios are used to build the Mobility4EU vision for mobility and transport in 2030 and are fed into the action plan.

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TUCTE DAY 2: A collaborative approach to develop multimodal research and innovation strategies

TUCTE 2017 – day 2 – SETRIS – By Mark Robinson, President of ECTRI Belgium and Director of NewRail UK

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TUCTE DAY 2: Data-driven safety monitoring in future aviation systems

TUCTE 2017 – day 2 – by Carlo Valbonesi, Human Factors and Safety Expert at Deep Blue, Italy

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TUCTE DAY 2: Freight mobility in Europe: Towards more Efficient and Sustainable Chains

TUCTE 2017 – day 2 – SMART RAIL/LEARN – by Dr. Susana Val, Associate Research Professor and Transport Research Group Manager at ZLC Spain

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TUCTE DAY 2: Transportation as a Digital Data Business

TUCTE 2017 – day 2 – by Marko Javornik VP/GM Mobility & Travel, Comtrade Slovenia

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TUCTE DAY 2: New developments in Shared Mobility: Insights from Taxistop, a Shared Mobility Operator

TUCTE 2017 – day 2 – by Angelo Meuleman, project director of shared mobility Taxistop Belgium

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TUCTE DAY 2: Transport Serving Passenger Requirements

TUCTE 2017 – day 2 – by Evelien Marlier, European Passenger Federation of Belgium

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TUCTE DAY 2: Universal Design as a Way of Thinking About Mobility

TUCTE 2017 – day 2 – by Jørgen Aarhug, senior researcher economist at the Transport Economics Institute Oslo

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TUCTE Session C: Future Transport Education – Challenges for employment in transport

TUCTE 2017 – SESSION C – day 2 – SKILLFUL – By Wouter Van den Berghe and Jean-Christophe Meunier, Belgian Road Safety Institute

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TUCTE Session C: Future Transport Education – General presentation of SKILLFUL Project

TUCTE 2017 – SESSION C – day 2 – SKILLFUL – By Dr Adewole Adesiyun, Forum of European National Highway Research Laboratories

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TUCTE SESSION B: User co-created innovation – Making decisions about travel in the future

TUCTE 2017 – SESSION B – day 2 – User Co-Created Innovation – CREATE – by Tom Cohen, Senior Research Associate at UCL Centre for Transport Studies

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TUCTE SESSION B: User co-created innovation – New Consumer Behaviour, New Business Opportunities: SocialCar in the Sharing Economy

TUCTE 2017 – SESSION B – day 2 – SOCIAL CAR – by Massimo Marciani, Fit Consulting

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TUCTE SESSION B: User co-created innovation – Insights in passenger needs and innovative ideas through co-creation

TUCTE 2017 – SESSION B – day 2- CIPTEC – by Evelien Marlier, European Passenger Federation

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TUCTE SESSION A: Towards a seamless passenger journey – Reducing passengers’ overall travel time and enhancing passenger experience

TUCTE 2017 – SESSION A – day 2- PASSME – by Genovefa Kefalidou, The University of Nottingham

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TUCTE SESSION A: Towards a seamless passenger journey – Enhancing multi-modal collaboration between service providers

TUCTE 2017 – SESSION A – day 2- DATASET 2050 by Annika Paul, Bauhaus Luftfahrt e.V

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TUCTE DAY 1: Rethinking Mobility for a Human City

By Prof. Laurie Pickup MIND-SETS project, International Director VECTOS United Kingdom

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TUCTE DAY 1: The Human City: Rethinking Mobility

By Prof. Cathy Macharis – Director of MOBI Research Centre – Vrije Universiteit Brussels

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TUCTE DAY 1: Smart and Virtual Mobility

TUCTE 2017 – day 1 – by Pnina Plaut, MIND-SETS project, Technion – Israel Institute of Technology

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TUCTE DAY 1: Mind-Sets Approach: The Psychological Origins

TUCTE 2017 – day 1 – By Berfu Unal, MIND-SETS project, University of Groningen

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TUCTE DAY 1: The Influence of Generational Footprints

TUCTE 2017 – day 1 – By Herman Konings, Pocket Marketing & Stefaan Vandist

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TUCTE DAY 1: Economic Approach to Mobility

TUCTE 2017 – day 1 – By Laurent Francks VITO Belgium

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TUCTE DAY 1: A New Approach to Understanding Mobility

TUCTE 2017 – day 1 – By Alexandra Kershaw, Transport Planner at VECTOS United Kingdom

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TUCTE DAY 1: The Origins of the MIND-SETS Approach: a Blend of Economics, Psychology, Sociology and Social Networking

TUCTE 2017 – day 1 – By Oriol Biosca from MIND-SETS project – Project manager for European Projects of MCRIT Spain

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TUCTE DAY 1: A New Look at Mobility: a Question of Common Values and Mind

TUCTE 2017 – day 1 – By Dr. Silvia Gaggi from MIND-SETS project – Senior Partner Transport and Urban Mobility – ISINNOVA

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TUCTE DAY 1: Concept of a “European Transport and Mobility Forum”

TUCTE 2017 – day 1 – by Gereon Meyer, Mobility4EU project coordinator, VDI/VDE-IT Germany

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TUCTE DAY 1: Towards a Vision for Transport in 2030: Participatory Evaluation of Scenarios

TUCTE 2017 – day 1 – By Dr. Imre Keseru Team Leader at the Urban Mobility – MOBI Research Centre, Vrije Universiteit Brussels

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TUCTE DAY 1: Societal Trends Influencing Mobility and Logistics, a Comprehensive Analysis

TUCTE 2017 – day 1 – by Alain L’Hostis of Institut Français des Sciences et Technologies des Transports, de l’Aménagement et des Réseaux – IFSTTAR

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TUCTE DAY 1: Building an Action Plan for Mobility in Europe in 2030

TUCTE 2017 – day 1- by Dr. Beate Müller, Mobility4EU Project Coordinator VDI/VDE Innovation + Technik GmbH

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D 3.2 Report on MAMCA: Stakeholder Weights

As a first step of MAMCA, four scenarios for transport and mobility in Europe in 2030 were co-created. In the subsequent steps, these scenarios are evaluated with the involvement of the stakeholders. The results of the weighting are presented in this deliverable for each stakeholder group. Traffic safety emerged as one of the top priorities being the number one priority for six stakeholder groups. The criteria weights for each stakeholder group and the evaluation scores of the impact of scenarios that we will identify in the next step of the MAMCA
will be used to calculate the ranking of the scenarios for each stakeholder group.

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WS4 – Stakeholder groups, objectives, criteria and weights

By Dr. Imre Keseru Team Leader – Urban Mobility, MOBI Research Centre – Vrije Universiteit Brussels

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WS4 – Scenarios for mobility in 2030

By Dr. Imre Keseru Team Leader – Urban Mobility, MOBI Research Centre – Vrije Universiteit Brussels

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WS4 – Mobility is Identity: introduction to the Mind-Sets Project

By Dr. Silvia Gaggi from MIND-SETS project – Senior Partner Transport and Urban Mobility – ISINNOVA

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WS4 – The Multi Actor Multi Criteria Analysis (MAMCA)

By Dr. Imre Keseru Team Leader – Urban Mobility, MOBI Research Centre – Vrije Universiteit Brussels

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WS4 – Mobility4EU project overview

by Dr. Beate Müller, Mobility4EU Project Coordinator VDI/VDE Innovation + Technik GmbH

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D 3.1 Report on MAMCA: Scenario Descriptions

Scenarios represent a range of possible developments in the future. An important assumption of the scenario method is that several different futures are possible. The scenario building process outlined in this section ensures that the scenarios were constructed in a participative manner, which is a core feature of the Mobility4EU project.

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WS3 – Overview on Portfolio of Solutions

by Beate

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WS3 – Societal Trends Shaping the Future Mobility

by Alain L’Hostis of Institut Français des Sciences et Technologies des Transports, de l’Aménagement et des Réseaux – IFSTTAR

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WS3 – The Multi Actor Multi Criteria Analysis (MAMCA)

By Prof. Cathy Macharis – Director of MOBI Research Centre – Vrije Universiteit Brussels

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WS3 – Mobility4EU project overview

by Dr. Beate Müller, Mobility4EU Project Coordinator VDI/VDE Innovation + Technik GmbH

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EU TRAVEL Conference – Action Plan for the Future of Mobility – The Project Mobility4EU

By Beate Müller, Mobility4EU Project Coordinator, VDI/VDE Innovation und Technik GmbH.

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AMAA 2016 Conference – Building a Vision for Transport in Europe 2030

The Mobility4EU project was presented at AMAA 2016 Conference on Smart Systems for the Automobile of the Future.

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D 2.4 Report on Storymapping 2: Opportunities for Transport

The aim of this document is to present the publishable visualization of the Opportunity Map that resulted from the second Mobility4EU workshop on “Novel and innovative mobility concepts and solutions”. The Opportunity Map derived was transferred into a publishable graphic visualization that gives a comprehensive view on the portfolio of solutions across all modes.

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WS2 – Gamification4Mobility

By Dr. Ing. Stefan Schaffer, German Research Centre for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI)

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WS2 – Sports and Technology

by René Wijlens, executive director of EPSI.eu and Cluster Manager of Sports & Technology

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WS2 – Application of Robotics in Transport

by David Bisset, SPARC Roadmap Coordinator

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WS2 – Big Data and Mobility

by Dr. Imre Keseru, PhD researcher Vrjie Universiteit Brussels, MOBI Research Centre

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WS2 – Mobility4EU project overview

by Dr. Beate Müller, Mobility4EU Project Coordinator VDI/VDE Innovation + Technik GmbH

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Springer Book: Towards User-Centric Transport in Europe

In order to build a sustainable transport system for people and goods that meets the needs of all users, a truly integrated and seamless approach is needed, and the full potential of transformative technologies has to be exploited. This can only be achieved if user-centeredness, cross-modality and technology transfer become the paradigm of shaping future transport. Mobility4EU is a project funded by the European Commission that focuses on these topics and is working on delivering an action plan towards a user-centric and cross-modal European transport system in 2030.

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Societal needs and requirements for future transportation and mobility

Mobility4EU is a Coordination and Support Action of the European Commission. The project will deliver a vision for the European transport system in 2030 and an action plan including a roadmap to implement that vision. The work towards that vision and action plan is based on the identification and assessment of societal challenges that will influence future transport demand and supply and the compilation of a portfolio of promising cross-modal technical and organisational transport solutions. The present document reports on the results of researching trends and societal drivers impacting mobility demands and transport in Europe until 2030.

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D 2.1 Societal Needs and Requirements for Future Transportation and Mobility as well as Opportunities and Challenges of Current Solutions

The present document reports on the results of researching trends and societal drivers impacting mobility demands and transport in Europe until 2030. We provide a comprehensive vision of societal drivers having an impact on mobility and freight. The trends we study include societal trends, political trends, economic trends, technological trends and legal trends.

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Mobility4EU Project Brochure

Mobility4eu establishes the future vision of a transport system in 2030 in Europe. Its objectives are: identifying, assessing and analysing the influence of societal drivers on transport demand creating a sound understanding of behavioral and societal factors; developing an Action Plan and Roadmap for innovative solutions for mobility to advance the agenda of the transport sector and society at large; taking into account user needs by engaging relevant stakeholders and the general public in a participatoty project.

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Mobility4EU Project Flyer

Mobility4eu establishes the future vision of a transport system in 2030 in Europe.

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