The Innovation Hub Central director for the EIT Urban Mobility, Judith O’Meara, will give a keynote speech at the beginning of the kick-off event organised by the project
The Innovation Hub Central director for the EIT Urban Mobility, Judith O’Meara, will give a keynote speech at the beginning of the kick-off event organised by the project Reciprocity, funded by Horizon 2020. The speech will focus on “The importance of smart cities, the challenges and the importance of projects such as RECIPROCITY”.
The RECIPROCITY project addresses the challenges of urbanisation and climate change by initiating innovative mobility solutions in at least 20 European cities. The project is formed by a consortium of 10 European partners, including clusters and research institutions, such as Business Upper Austria, Network Partner of EIT Urban Mobility community. As local areas have to be empowered with tools, knowledge and contacts to help accelerate the development process of innovative mobility solutions, the RECIPROCITY consortium will organise several events during the next months. In this context the Master Mobility Workshop (Kick-off event) will be the first one.
Stakeholders (i.e. local representatives, policy makers and representatives from economic sectors concerned etc.) from all over Europe are invited to this workshop to discuss how a collaborative approach to smart mobility can improve European cities.
(Thursday) 09:00 - 11:30