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Urban Air Traffic Management Development and Demonstration

More cities are seeking urban air mobility solutions to manage the flow of goods and services and decrease dependence on motorised vehicles to achieve environmental sustainability targets by reducing air pollution and minimising carbon emissions.   The project will build and...
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Cleanergy 4 Micromobility 

The rise of shared e-scooters in cities reduces car usage and helps achieve sustainable mobility goals but challenges related to shared public space between pedestrians, cyclists and micromobility users, operating costs, and ensuring clean sources of energy persist.  To this...

ECOSWAP

To help reduce greenhouse gas emissions, as well as air and noise pollution, the ECOSWAP project is promoting the uptake of e-motorbikes by offering a battery swapping system to existing and new motorbike riders. Instead of having to pay for...

Urban Mobile Charging (UMC)

By 2030, 33 million electrical vehicle owners in Europe will need efficient charging. UMC is creating an on-demand electric vehicle charging service called NIMBEE which will operate in Žilina, Slovakia; Helmond, the Netherlands, and Braunschweig, Germany.  Instead of drivers needing...

IPA2X

The IPA2X project is helping to achieve zero accidents and decrease fatalities in urban areas. It will improve pedestrian safety by implementing a service of autonomous robots to assist pedestrians cross streets, notify nearby vehicles of the pedestrians’ movements, and identify...

LivingLAPT

Cities need help to reduce emissions, ensure the safety and mobility of cyclists and pedestrians, and improve quality of life for citizens. Autonomous bus shuttles can be a game changer for cities to address many of these challenges. However, current solutions...

FlexCurb

FlexCURB is improving urban last-mile logistics by creating a planning platform and associated driver’s app to maximise use of curbside spaces. Curbside management refers to the techniques, and practices used to administrate curbside spaces in high-demand, multi-use areas. The app and platform...

PowerManagement

PowerManagement is a custom-designed digital platform that helps users manage efficient charging of electric vehicles (EV) in public, corporate or residential garages. Fleet managers, site operators and other clients can set up charging strategies to optimise costs and increase clean...

S+LOADZ 

The S+LOADZ project is building and deploying a cost-effective digital platform provided by Parkunload to control, regulate, and remotely monitor curbside spaces to improve the management of temporary parking of logistics vehicles. Pilots will be initiated in Paris, France, and...

LogiSmile

Last-mile logistics operations in cities can increase traffic congestion, cause safety problems for pedestrians, bikers, and couriers, and contribute to air and noise pollution. To tackle these challenges, the LogiSmile partners are piloting a fully autonomous delivery system in three...

RideSafeUM

The RideSafeUM project is helping prevent micromobility accidents. People riding scooters, cyclists, and skateboarders can use an app on their phones to view real-time regulatory information that could help them to avoid potential collisions with pedestrians, cars, delivery vans, taxis...

BICIFICATION 

Although bicycles are a common mode of transport for residents in some Northern European cities, other urban hubs in Europe have been less successful attracting more people to ride bicycles. Through BICIFICATION, participants are encouraged to take up cycling in a...

CityFlows

The quality of life in European metropolitan areas is under pressure. A steady increase of the population in combination with the rapid expansion of city tourism frequently causes crowd-related issues. In recent years, universities, research institutes and municipalities have developed...

WalCycData

The WalkCycData project addresses the need to make cities increasingly safe for pedestrians and cyclists.  According to the European Transport Safety Council, while the statistics for fatal accidents in vehicles decreased by 24%, those of pedestrian accidents have only decreased by 19% and...

MobilitEU

The Urban Mobility Operating System (UMOS) will be as a universal open service platform for optimised, customised and seamless mobility for travellers. The aim is to integrate various multi-modal mobility and related services into a one-stop platform.  However, UMOS is not only...

SmartHubs

SmartHubs is an EIT Urban Mobility Project working on increasing the implementation and use of shared mobility hubs in metropolitan areas.  Worldwide the pressure on urban areas and climate is increasing. Cities need to implement new and effective mobility solutions, such...

MultiDEPART

Demand Responsive Transit (DRT) services are gathering momentum in Europe, especially in medium and small size cities and low-density suburbs surrounding large metropolitan areas. Also known as bus on demand or microtransit, DRT allows the provision of public transport services through flexible...

AI-TraWell

AI-powered, proactive TRAvel assistant to self-monitor user’s experience & craft personalised travel solutions for promoting WELLbeing.  AI-TraWell is an artificial-intelligence powered, proactive chatbot for smartphone devices to recommend personalised travel alternatives that fit travellers’ needs and preferences and promote long-term health and wellbeing for all citizens living or moving within our cities. ...

Hubs for Last Mile Delivery Solutions

The HALLO project is creating shared urban consolidation and distribution centres (UCDCs) through a series of pilots in Barcelona and Stockholm. In Barcelona, the centres are being implemented in municipalities bordering the Low Emission Zone (LEZ) in the Metropolitan Area of Barcelona (AMB). In Stockholm, the pilots are demonstrating complementary activities including implementing fossil-fuel...

Code the streets – Future Digital Mobility Management

Code the Streets is an EIT Urban Mobility Project bringing together different partners from Amsterdam, Helsinki and Budapest to support metropolitan areas in managing urban mobility.   As metropolitan areas continue to grow, so do traffic related issues such as congestion and pollution....